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    Quote Originally Posted by Syldar View Post
    Shield dwarf template missing from Sword Coast Adventurer's guide:

    Hello, I would like to report a bug. When I load the Sword Coast Adventurer’s guide (players, dm & maps), the only 2 dwarf templates showing are Hill Dwarf and Mountain Dwarf, but not Shield Dwarf. Shield Dwarf only appear in the module for players, races, dwarf, other, sub-races. Could you correct that bug?

    Thank you very much in advance for that.
    This is correct. The races (and classes and backgrounds) only appear in the players guide. If they also appeared in the DM guide then they'd be duplicated which can lead to problems when characters are created using the DM guide which players cannot then access.
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    I never use the character wizard. This problem occurs when using drag and drop. When you drop the subclass level (level 3 for most classes) you get every option from every book you own except Southlands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColoradoGM View Post
    I never use the character wizard. This problem occurs when using drag and drop. When you drop the subclass level (level 3 for most classes) you get every option from every book you own except Southlands.
    The options added to the character whether via the CW or drag and drop only show the options for WotC material; not any third party stuff.
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    Do you have the Player version of the Southlands module open?
    Usually product modules are divided into a Player module (i.e. player options), and a GM module (i.e. GM-specific data such as NPCs, setting lore, etc.)

    If you have it open and are still not seeing the class specializations, we can forward it to the DLC developer for that third party module.

    Regards,
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    Curse of Strahd: NPC: Sir Godfrey Gwilym and NPC: Sir Godfrey Gwilym restored: In Branding Smite, "target sheds dim light in a -foot radius" should say "5-foot radius".
    Rime of the Frostmaiden: Reference > Ch 2 > Cave of the Berserkers > Returning Berserkers: The encounter link is invalid and opens a new encounter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ecks View Post
    Curse of Strahd: NPC: Sir Godfrey Gwilym and NPC: Sir Godfrey Gwilym restored: In Branding Smite, "target sheds dim light in a -foot radius" should say "5-foot radius".
    Rime of the Frostmaiden: Reference > Ch 2 > Cave of the Berserkers > Returning Berserkers: The encounter link is invalid and opens a new encounter
    Thanks. Noted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zacchaeus View Post
    The options added to the character whether via the CW or drag and drop only show the options for WotC material; not any third party stuff.
    Not true.I get options for every other book that has subclasses, regardless of publisher, except for Southlands.
    Fig 1: all 3 barb levels were chosen from "D&D Players Handbook" source. 18 selections are offered, from both KP and WotC books, but not Southlands options. This works the same whether the barb levels are chosen from different books and/or publishers, mix and match, as long as none of them are from Southlands.

    Fig 2: all 3 barb levels were "Barbarian (Southlands)". The only options offered are from that book.

    Fig.3: what happens when you drag a level from Southlands into a character with levels from any other book. FG thinks you're multiclassing. It hasn't offered a subclass because we don't have 3 levels in either "barbarian" or "barbarian (southlands)".

    This is all classes, not just barbarians.

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    See my response to Zacchaeus. The problem isn't that the specializations aren't there, it's that they are filed as if Southland classes were different classes, so they're not offered as radio buttons when building a character.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColoradoGM View Post
    Not true.I get options for every other book that has subclasses, regardless of publisher, except for Southlands.
    Fig 1: all 3 barb levels were chosen from "D&D Players Handbook" source. 18 selections are offered, from both KP and WotC books, but not Southlands options. This works the same whether the barb levels are chosen from different books and/or publishers, mix and match, as long as none of them are from Southlands.

    Fig 2: all 3 barb levels were "Barbarian (Southlands)". The only options offered are from that book.

    Fig.3: what happens when you drag a level from Southlands into a character with levels from any other book. FG thinks you're multiclassing. It hasn't offered a subclass because we don't have 3 levels in either "barbarian" or "barbarian (southlands)".

    This is all classes, not just barbarians.
    Sorry my response was too brief and not very clear. If the publisher has published their material differently from what the standard is then it won't get picked up by FG. If they have named their Classes such as Barbarian (Southlands) then I would assume that only the subclasses for that particular Barbarian will show up. When looking for archetypes FG will look for Barbarian as the class. It will treat Barbarian (Southlands) as a different class from barbarian. If you can point me to the book in the store page I'll see if the developer can change that; however doing so will more than likely break a lot of characters already created and so they may not want to do that.

    In the meantime you could edit things yourself. If you drag the sub class links into the specialization list (click the button at the top of the class window) you can then edit that specialization so that it points to Barbarian rather than Barbarian (Southlands). FG should then be able to pick the archetypes up. (This assumes that the only difference between the standard barbarian and the Southlands one is the archetypes).
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    Rime of the Frostmaiden: Reference Manual: Chapter 4: Desctruction's Light is spelled wrong

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