Also Pathfinder/Starfinder has been pulled out to its own forum.
I wonder if the multiple editions of D&D being under one forum will be confusing? Also, I wonder if we'll see more edition warring? (For example, if I post asking a question about 4E - my preferred edition - will the 5E fans come and harass everyone?)
I agree, this is a real pain. I just suggested awarding Inspiration to somebody playing 3.5.
I wouldn't mind having the non-edition-specific threads in common, but I don't want to see threads specific to previous editions when I'm here to talk 5E. And I dare say the folks playing those editions would rather not be spammed with 5E topics, either.
Oops, I didn't realize there was a meta-forum. But I see the thread has been moved, so it's all good. (Plus, anyone else in the D&D forum who's confused can see the placeholder and go to the right place.)
I’m used to it. I could make it so every time you posted you got sent $10 and there would be a loud vocal faction who hate everything about it. I’ve learned not to worry about initial reaction to any change, and wait for things to settle.
Maybe just cross-post it to there? Is that possible?
One problem I see is that there's a lot of older 3.x stuff currently in the "Pathfinder" section. Stuff from relatively recently, as well as *years* of history in the old 3e Rules forums. If you look at post statistics, it looks like this site is a Pathfinder site that recently jumped ship to D&D.
Would it be possible to only take [PF] tagged threads for the new Pathfinder forum, and take everything else to D&D where it belongs? I don't think that gives proper separation between the Old School and New School stuff, but it would be a big step in the right direction.
Why are all the D&D 4e threads under Pathfinder/Starfinder? Will they be moved over to the D&D section or has Paizo bought the rights for 4th edition from WotC? (That would have been an interesting news item …)