What does DND Terms mean?
When a company lists DND as their account terms, it means that they do not make this information public. DND stands for Do Not Disclose.
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Did Not Dress
The telephones in the office here have a DND button, which is pressed if someone does not want their telephone to ring, and it means Do Not Disturb
The current publisher of Dungeons and Dragons is the company "Wizards of the Coast", which is owned by Hasbro.
Do not disclose.
The secretary of the Department of Defense, Philippines is VoltaireTuvera Gazmin. He was appointed on the post on July 1, 2010,
It is a complicated storytelling game for anyone with a good attention span who likes numbers or visualizing wailing on enemies.
Either Dungeons And Dragons, a game, or Department of National Defense.
Strength checks work like any other stat check. Roll your dice and add your modifier to the number. If it's the same or higher then the check you succeed, if lower you fail. W…hat dice you use depends on what version you use, what you agreed beforehand, or if you're playing a d20 game. If you're still confused, talk to the player with the most experience as your Game/Dungeon Master, or consult the rule books.
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The [W] in a description like '3[W] + Strength modifier' represents the die or dice you would normally roll for damage with the weapon or attack. In this case, you would tripl…e the number of dice and add your character's strength modifier stat to get the final result. If damage is normally 1d6, roll 3d6 instead. If damage is normally 2d4, roll 6d4 instead. The standard dice notation of 1d6 means one 6-sided die, 2d4 means two 4-sided dice, and so on.
The person you were trying to call was in Do Not disturb mode which is a feature on phones that lets you prevent incoming text messages, notifications and alerts from making n…oise during a custom time period. Letting you get those messages later.