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    "Much of Older D&D Material To Be Re-Released?"


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    Awesome. Hopefully I'll be able to complete my Planescape collection.

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    Er, it links back to a story here. The site is jumping to conclusions based on a lack of a denial...

    And they did actually make most of the material available as PDFs once, long ago. The ESD program. Which they later removed for some reason or another....

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    Quote Originally Posted by trancejeremy View Post
    Er, it links back to a story here. The site is jumping to conclusions based on a lack of a denial...

    True, but it does allow for that interpretation, which is the interesting part. Maybe we can lock them down with some follow up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by trancejeremy View Post
    Er, it links back to a story here. The site is jumping to conclusions based on a lack of a denial...
    Welcome to D&D rumor telephone.

    Four years from now, people will be telling us that, during the lead-up to 5e, WotC promised to release every D&D book ever published.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dannager View Post
    Welcome to D&D rumor telephone.

    Four years from now, people will be telling us that, during the lead-up to 5e, WotC promised to release every D&D book ever published.
    Yeah I remember the time they promised that Magic Item Compendium for 3.5 would be compatible with 4E.

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    The negative energy created by all the people who come into this thread finding nothing of substance could be used to summon 1 major demon or 1d4+1 minor demons.

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    I think that a print-version of Dungeon is a given, since it's one thing that WotC positively must have in order to compete with Paizo's adventure paths.

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    I'd love a reprint of OD&D + Supplements, Chainmail, and Swords & Spells.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sammael View Post
    I think that a print-version of Dungeon is a given, since it's one thing that WotC positively must have in order to compete with Paizo's adventure paths.
    Why would WotC do that when paizo has proven you can have a successful monthly delivery model without dealing with the headaches of periodical development? If anything, I think it I'd more likely WotC apes the AP model.

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