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    Not much to get excited about for a 4ther, really. It seems support targets the minis game, edition neutral products, or Next. Eh, it's really no surprise, production of actual 4e products died about a year ago when they finished the 'Into the Unknown' work. I suppose this is the point in the edition life cycle where you begin scavenging from other systems and source books for things you like with new fervor, borrowing and incorporating to taste.
    I think that the fortune cards and the Menzoberranzan source book are a solid edition to 4e fans.

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    I'm really on the fence about Menzo. I do take inspiration from non-4e sources, and I have played the drow political angle in games to great effect, but I'm still kind of skeptical. Maybe this is just me vectoring my disappointment in 4e support in general.

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    it looks like they're bringing back D&D minis. Enough people must have complained when they junked the minis game.

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    Not much to get excited about for a 4ther, really. It seems support targets the minis game, edition neutral products, or Next. Eh, it's really no surprise, production of actual 4e products died about a year ago when they finished the 'Into the Unknown' work. I suppose this is the point in the edition life cycle where you begin scavenging from other systems and source books for things you like with new fervor, borrowing and incorporating to taste.
    What about DDI? There's been a steady release of adventures, ecologies, and player content. Last month's theme was awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GX.Sigma View Post
    What about DDI? There's been a steady release of adventures, ecologies, and player content. Last month's theme was awesome.
    The quality has been there, sure. I guess I want even more. Maybe it's an unrealistic complaint.

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