Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Do you have a downloadable version of this site?

Yes! I have a nicely edited and packaged version of The Hypertext d20 SRD for download that is for use when you don't have an internet connection. I make this "local" version of the SRD available to all site subscribers.

There are other ways of downloading the site, but if you find the site to be a useful enough gaming supplement to do so, please consider supporting the project with your subscription. I really appreciate it.

Q: Why are some monsters missing from this site?

The following monsters are considered "Product Identity" by Wizards of the Coast and are therefore not part of the SRD:

  • beholder
  • gauth
  • carrion crawler
  • displacer beast
  • githyanki
  • githzerai
  • kuo-toa
  • mind flayer
  • slaad
  • umber hulk
  • yuan-ti
Q: Where's the experience point table?

The d20 license restricts some information from being included. Specifically…

"No Covered Product may contain rules or instructions of any kind that:

  • Describe a process for Creating a Character
  • Describe a process for Applying the Effects of Experience to a Character"
Q: Do you plan to add d20 Modern SRD content?

I don't have any plans to include the d20 Modern SRD. I have my hands very full with the basic (fantasy) SRD.

There is a very attractive HTML version of the d20 Modern SRD here:

Q: Do you plan to add content from other sourcebooks to this site?

I cannot include content from any sourcebook unless that content has been released under the Open Gaming License (OGL). This site currently contains content from all sourcebooks published by Wizards of the Coast that contain open content. This includes open content from the following books published in the official d20 SRD:

  • Player's Handbook
  • Dungeon Master's Guide
  • Monster Manual
  • Epic Level Handbook
  • Deities and Demigods
  • Expanded Psionics Handbook

In addition, the following open game content has also been included:

Hopefully there will be content from other sourcebooks released under the OGL in the future. When that happens, you can be assured that I will include it on this site.