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It won't mean anything without home playtesting

Achan hiArusa

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Playtesting through DDXP is all and good, but most people aren't going to be using D&D playing Wizard's adventures in a public venue. People must be allowed to home test the rules, where they take the rules home to their friends (and, of course, have them sign an NDA), write their own adventures, let the players break the rules, and run a homebrewed campaign. And they need a wide variety of people to test it, heavy Roleplayers, combat junkies, world-builders, casual players, and groups with everything in between. DDXP is not enough.
 

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DonTadow

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Playtesting through DDXP is all and good, but most people aren't going to be using D&D playing Wizard's adventures in a public venue. People must be allowed to home test the rules, where they take the rules home to their friends (and, of course, have them sign an NDA), write their own adventures, let the players break the rules, and run a homebrewed campaign. And they need a wide variety of people to test it, heavy Roleplayers, combat junkies, world-builders, casual players, and groups with everything in between. DDXP is not enough.

they are going to have an open beta. This ddxp thing is a private thing and probably their version of a closed alpha
 

Deadboy

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Also I would bet that there will be leaks from DDXP, so we'll probably be getting concrete system information one way or another.
 




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