I'm not angry. New setting doesn't really apply to Icewind Dale that's it.That’s enough, Zardnaar. I don’t know what bee has gotten in your bonnet, or why you’re so angry, but it’s nothing to do with me. Drop it.
That sounds like an excellent idea.
How can you make that claim without defining “setting.”? Are you under the illusion that we all agree with you, and therefore a definition isn’t needed?I'm not angry. New setting doesn't really apply to Icewind Dale that's it.
People can argue over the exact meaning of new setting that's on them. You're putting words in my mouth now.
Never claimed to be angry, and I'm not the one nitpicking over basic English.
It's an opinion. What context you use it on is on you. I'm not telling you want to think. You can believe whatever you like. I honestly don't care.How can you make that claim without defining “setting.”? Are you under the illusion that we all agree with you, and therefore a definition isn’t needed?
You claimed I was angry I'm not.I've done no such thing. Frankly, I've barely said anything.
IWD is one of the flavours of the FR I love the most and I'll be happy if there will be an adventure path located there. I only hope that the lore part will be generous and with more than a simple refresh of what published in Legacy of the Crystal Shard. But... i'm the only one to consider the next editorial line wonderful? i'm in love with murder in baldur's gate and legacy otcs...If anything, I think that there's going to be a new adventure (that's pretty much certain), and that Icewind Dale will be the setting for that adventure. Will there be a new campaign setting (other than Theros)? I'm not conviced (at least not yet—it's fairly inevitable that there will be a new setting released at some point, and by "new" I mean one that hasn't been published for 5e).
My only question is whether or not the new “setting” will be in Forgotten Realms. If it is, it’s not a new setting.I do think that when most people discuss "settings" in TTRPG discourse, particularly D&D, they typically use it to mean "worlds" rather than "regions" of the same world or a more general sense of where the adventure happens.