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Thread: D&D 3.5 Reprints in September?
Saturday, 28th April, 2012, 05:29 PM #61
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Saturday, 28th April, 2012, 06:42 PM #62
The Helix - Datahaven
When cutting edge isn't sharp enough.
I will not accept that.
Saturday, 28th April, 2012, 06:59 PM #63
Spellbinder (Lvl 16)
Now with a possible release of 3.5 books again, that just makes me wonder if D&D Next is going to follow more in 4e's steps and leave us with 3.5 to play. Pure speculation of course - but these recent news events aren't leaving me warm and fuzzy about D&D Next and I was optimistic up until this point.
Perhaps. I am skeptical it will be enough as it seems we will still have islands of players and a further fractured community. And regardless, it still costs money to reprint books. And to me it looks like this will just reinforce the fractured community and possibly cut into D&D Next sales. Again, pure speculation and opinion on my part.Originally Posted by Cergorach
Saturday, 28th April, 2012, 08:12 PM #64
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Secrets of the Shadowend - Notes, scribblings, writings, and memorandum on the Shadowend Campaign Setting.
Sunday, 29th April, 2012, 01:47 AM #65
Minor Trickster (Lvl 4)
Frankly - from the moment they went nuclear and pulled all their products and sued people for file-sharing printer proofs, they lost me as a customer since I looked at 4e, found it lacking, but wanted to keep purchasing stuff from earlier editions. I'm willing to give 5e a try, but WotC will have to offer their back catalog to see me return as a regular customer. If they want to draw customers and make boatloads of cash, they'd do well to consider adopting Paizo's model of offering print with a complimentary free pdf, and offering just a pdf at a lower price.
Sunday, 29th April, 2012, 12:54 PM #66
Awesome. I have this game in my closet and have made a point of playing once a year with my brothers on beach trips. Dragon magazine expanded the original rules with additional characters and we made TONS of expansion monster, traps, and treasure cards. We even had a few different spells.
Lot of fun and daring. A good race to the finish.
Sunday, 29th April, 2012, 09:28 PM #67
I think it is a sart move to rerelease older edition books. They have a very ambitious goal. If they are afraid to release a 3.5 PHB, they could as well give up. there are people playing D&D 3.5 who don┤t want to have something to do with pathfinder. And fecing those people to either switch or buy an old PHB fo 100 dollars is no smart move.
And when you think even more about it, it should really reassure 4e fans, that their edition will not be left behind. Actually, with rereleased 3.5 books, maybe even fully errated 4e books will appear at the end of the edition. This should make everyone happy.
Monday, 30th April, 2012, 07:58 PM #68
I was kind of excited about these reprints. I was considering buying them. As it turns out it was a mistake, because the listing was quickly removed.
Don't like 4E? No sig for you here.
Tuesday, 1st May, 2012, 05:11 AM #69
<Looks over at the massive collection of AD&D stuff on the shelf>
Tuesday, 1st May, 2012, 05:55 AM #70