I'd gladly give them 50% of the profits if they did a licensing agreement that let me rewrite older stuff. Give everyone who wants it a Crack at the back catalog. Like covering a song.
Sure we would get a million crappy versions of Keep on the Boarderlands and Secret of Saltmarsh but also...
Amazon sells used copies of the CD rom that is searchable.
Probably pretty easy to compile from there.
Heck pay me $100,000 and I'll do it for you. $100,035 if you want hardbound.
Man that's coming up quick not to have the hype train started. Normally we would be casting dispersions at WOTC right now for something we didn't like about the product. Maybe they wanted to have a few peaceful weeks in early 2023 not catching any flak?
Looking at your post last year I see from my comment that my goal was to make 3% less joke posts on Enworld.
Looks like I succeeded, but probably just because Spelljammer was confirmed so I took down my bot that was posting "Spelljammer confirmed" on every article.
Maybe I should turn it back...
I copied this to quote and had something funny to say but that was three hours ago when I first started reading this and I forgot.
Great article, and a two for one with all the Boggart info.
Well educational and funny.
I played in a England based Masque of the Red Death campaign in the late 90s. One of the most fun campaigns I played. 2e D&D wasn't a great fit as a system so maybe this would help me relive the magic.
I sometimes miss it and sometimes don't. It's fun to watch the map grow and adds tension. But we have been spoiled by auyo maps in video games for to long.
Getting lost in the real world sucks and is very easy to do.
I got lost in Cario one time trying to get back to my hotel to use the...
Somehow this flew under my radar. I was vaugly aware of the 3E Dragonlance rule books but don't remember the module rewrites.
Quick search shows they are still available on Drivethrurpg.com and they have POD option! (Not sure why you didn't link with affiliate links to make some cash).
The Movie needs to be a hit for this to work. Then spin off some streaming content. Eventually you build a base where people love D&D but have never played the game.
Either way sign me up for the ride. Even if it ends up ruining D&D nothing stops me from using my B/X books and running whatever...