Players created hundreds of thousands of characters in the site’s first month, and Curse, the developer behind D&D Beyond, sent us users’ most popular picks for races and classes from the game’s Fifth Edition.
So what does this data say about players’ character preferences?
" gets a bonus to dexterity as well as proficiency in longbows, perfect for the ranger class.
The aarakocra, which is free to play, and the kenku, which is available on D& D Beyond by purchasing the “Volo’s Guide to Monsters” content.
" In August, the game’s publisher released an online tool called D&D Beyond that streamlines the process of setting up a new character.
The game comes in a blue box with the title written in large yellow font, except for the words "AND MORE," which are stacked on top of each other and written in a much smaller font in orange.
On the cover of the box is Probabilitor the Annoying, Hot Elf on a unicorn, and a large ogre.