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Expanded Psionics Handbook
also called Complete Psionics Handbook and has one more synonym

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  1. a sourcebook by Bruce Cordell for the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game that contains a multitude of rules and options for integrating psychic powers (a.k.a. psionics) into the D&D game

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  2. intended for use with the Dungeons and Dragons 3.5 Edition core rulebooks and is an updated and revised version of the Psionics Handbook for 3rd Edition Dungeons and Dragons, which was released back in 2000

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  3. Along with its 3.0 predecessor the Expanded Psionics Handbook is one of the most popular of the optional expansion books written for the game

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  4. expanding and adapting the psionics concept (which had appeared in all the original editions to one degree or another) with a new emphasis on balance and playability

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  5. The 3.0 version of the book mixed elements from previous versions of the game (such as Power Points from second edition) along with a number of new innovations like linking the system closer to the new system of DnD as well as balance changes such as

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