OK, 'only' $99 Aus to get the book to me in Australia. :( I can't spend $100 on one book. Sorry. Sounds great though.
I mean, i would spend this IF I ran Eberron games and all... but not for a book I just want to mine for ideas and the crunch. ;)
Would love a print copy of this, but living in Australia, it would triple the price... well it did for the last books I wanted to order on DMsGuild. I wish they would employ printers around the world :/
I like these, but will not be allowing anyone to load and fire ranged weapons in melee combat with NO risk. This just sets up ridiculous situations where ranged characters sit right next to melee combatants.
Imagine a gunfight with both side by side the whole time. Stoopid.
Other than that, I...
I so want to back this book... but just like the Expanded MM on DMsGuild, the book is going to end up well over $100 to get to me in Australia.
I just can't justify that to family on any book. I am sure it is worth it, but I would have to put a fiend into my game every week I played to justify...
I am already all over the #YearZeroEngine, but I love the idea of the added Stress mechanic here. :)
#Coriolis has become my favoured way to run sci-fi and Star Wars games. I have converted Star Wars to the Coriolis rules.
Fria Ligan are smashing it out of the park!
Funny. We have never had a problem with multi-classing. But we have rarely hit high level, and don't play 'league' or organised play (whatever that is called).
I have found 5E PCs tend to be fairly robust so multi-class don't seem to have cost them at all. Also helps, my players are not...
I really can't afford to back another KS right now, but that Camlann Chronicles looks awesome. I already have done a very similar campaign called the Summer Isle where I have adapted that place and time period and changed the races of the people involved. Hmmm.
I don't play MtG, but as a GM, I still rate the Ravnica book as one of the most inspiring 5E books. I would love something like that for more settings. I don't care if they are more MtG settings, old DnD settings, culturally inspired settings or totally new ones :)
Same. I always start with a big list of rumours, many seeded from the several possible upcoming adventures, others just about the starting place, etc. I even have characters start knowing some and hand them out along with PC sheets. Sometimes they get opposing views of same rumour. Lots of fun...