Scribble said:error number 1: GLARING ERROR
Scribble has not received a free copy of all 3 rulebooks... Wassup with that???
Wormwood said:Scanning errors don't count, by the way.
Transit said:Does "turning the whole game into nothing more than a slightly expanded version of the D&D Miniatures game" count as an error?
Because there seems to be almost nothing in the three books that isn't focused entirely on fighting tabletop skirmish battles using plastic miniatures and a battlemat or dungeon tiles.
I figure it MUST be an error. Why on earth would they do this to D&D on purpose?
Family said:-Constructive criticism for better gaming.
Please tell me you are asking a retorical question.Transit said:I figure it MUST be an error. Why on earth would they do this to D&D on purpose?
So a 1000 cubic foot cube? Isn't that easier to say?ender_wiggin said:10 feet to a side. 10 cubic feet is ludicrous since we measure everything in sides.
malraux said:So a 1000 cubic foot cube? Isn't that easier to say?
Sorry, its the math and physics studies in me. Feet are length, cubic feet are volume. If I'm referencing a volume, its crazy to me to reference a linear distance.Treacherous_B said:I'm not sure if this is a joke or sarcasm or not, but no, it is not easier to say "a 1,000 cubic foot cube" than "a 10 foot cube".