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Thursday, 23rd May, 2019

  • 03:04 PM - Azzy quoted thomkt in post Favourite D&D edition that’s not 5E
    Voted for 2nd Edition and it was a tough choice. I started playing with 1st Ed but spent the most time and have the most memories 2nd Ed. Some of my best friends (still play a weekly game online with them) were made because of 2nd Ed. Yeah, I started with BXCMI, quickly moved over to 1e, and then 2e was released a couple years later. While we played a bit of a hybris of 1e/2e, I had to go with 2e for the poll because of the same reasons as you. I really enjoyed 3rd Ed, but in retrospect, it had too many options and I feel the difference (in character power) between somebody starting out, somebody with a bit of rules knowledge and someone with system mastery were all too great. Sure, the same can be said of pretty much any edition, but I think the gap was biggest in 3rd Ed. I'm of the same opinion in regards to 3.X.

Tuesday, 9th October, 2018

  • 06:24 AM - ClaytonCross quoted thomkt in post Why D&D Can't Have a Good Video Game
    During the 4th Ed days, I was hoping for a turn-based came like X-Com, but with the current DnD rule set. Oh well, at least I have War of the Chosen to keep me going. I was actually thinking a tactical dungeon combat game with a story level hub based of X-Com 2 with stealth/ambush mechanics but a story puzzle element like Shadowrun Dragonfall would be pretty awesome. I am really happy with a base, mission design. However, I think I would want a the story voiced like the STARWARS the old Republic MMO because the walls of text in the very deep and long stories of the Harebrained Schemes Shadowrun games were great stories but really hurt my eyes and drained me if I played more than 20 or 30 mins because I was always squinting and reading a book. A good book, but on the computer in small print which broke immersion when it was a phone call or character conversation. … Which would be normal in a D&D 5e game. Sure a letter now and then but most of the times I want my enemies to taught me in a...

Wednesday, 20th September, 2017

  • 05:21 AM - L R Ballard quoted thomkt in post Why D&D Can't Have a Good Video Game
    What about an open world that has much more game play than that, but the main quest line can be finished in 10 - 20 hours? Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor takes, on average, 15.5 hours to beat. The game emphasizes combat mechanics and has far better grapple animations than Skyrim's. The idea: Get a license from WotC to use 5e and the IP for one of the gaming worlds. Add the ability to mod it out so that the game, though short, gives modders the tools to build environments and worlds.

Saturday, 25th April, 2015

  • 02:36 PM - Zhaleskra quoted thomkt in post Do you allow electronics at your gaming table?
    Where's the "we all live hundreds of miles apart, so it's the only option" option? This topic is clearly asking about physical tables. Next time please more attention to what the topic is actually about. Thank you.

Tuesday, 17th March, 2015

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