Yep. Almost about a month after the 4e announcement I not only lost my enthusiasm for playing D&D, I lost my enthusiasm for the dribbles of 4e news. I've given up. Here's the funny thing, there was nothing in the particulars of 4e news that turned me away, I was either neutral or positive on each new reported change. Of course, this happened to fit coincidentally with a tightening of my discretionary budget.RigaMortus2 said:Anyone lose their enthusiasm with 3E or purchasing 3E products?
TroyXavier said:Not in the least. Though I'll probably play 4th ed at some point, still plenty of time to get some 3.5 in and therefore still plenty of books to get.
(Heck I still read some of my 2nd ed books, so....)
howandwhy99 said:I don't buy d20 or D&D primarily anymore, but I did get two very good books recently.
Expedition to the Ruins of Greyhawk
Iron Kingdoms' Five Fingers: Ports of Deceit.
Both are good quality books.
IME, "Old" RPGers tend to come back after a stint away. They get a hankering for the worlds they create, a desire for a good, old fashion dungeon crawl, and a taste for goblin blood again. Everyone gets burned out or tired of the "same old thing" after a while and some time away does a mind good.Eric Anondson said:I've wondered if a lifetime RPGer (like me) leaves gaming for a half-year, if that person tends to stay away from gaming forever or does that person come back at some time.
Wormwood said:The only things I buy for 3e any more are tiles and (occasionally) miniatures.
My last purchase was the Drizzt/Icingdeath set . . and that was an x-mas gift.
It would be safe to say that I'm pretty much over 3.5---even though I'm playing in two games a week.