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D&D 5E New WotC Survey! Learn About A New D&D Product!


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Russ Morrissey

Russ Morrissey

Maxperson

Morkus from Orkus
Right after the survey asked me whether I had seen the top secret thing well enough to answer questions about it (to which I answered “yes”), it showed me the door. No clue why, unless perhaps it was my advanced age.
It did the same to me, which would be pretty dumb it if was age. If it was age, don't offer the secret thing in the first place. Is your birthday in April?
 

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AcererakTriple6

Autistic Dungeon Master
Wow. Crazy that the super-secret video announced that WotC is removing Halflings from D&D, right? ;)

In a non-joking manner, I am actually excited for what the video showed. However, I did not get to give feedback on it, for some reason. I am moving out of state in a few months and won't be able to do in-person D&D for the forseeable future, so an official mix of Roll20 and D&D Beyond would be super handy to me, especially if you can get online redemption codes for the physical books that you've bought, as they did mention "hybrid play".
 

JonM

Explorer
Just did the whole thing, NDA and all. Yawn. Really. Just, yawn.

One strange thing, though. The questions seem to vary, somewhat, for different people. Especially, post-vid. I got none, other than to confirm that I could watch and hear it. Odd.

Publicity stunt, anyone?
 


Mercurius

Legend
Oh, yeah: I'm a bit of a luddite, but I would find some use for this "potential" product, but it didn't excite me like, say, an announcement of The Gith War story arc would.
 

JonM

Explorer
BTW (and I can talk about this, since it's pre-NDA), the survey questions, themselves, seem problematic, since there are never any "whys?" or comment spaces. I'm sure some of my ratings don't come off quite right, since I couldn't explain them. Seemed kind of useless, gathering-info-wise.
 



Mercurius

Legend
The NDA really doesn't make sense, unless its just crossing their Ts and dotting their Is. But it ends up feeling like they are crossing their Is and dotting their Ts, especially considering the nature of the product and the fact that A) some people couldn't even hear it (pre-product technical difficulties!) and B) I, at least, didn't even get to comment on it in any way. So I received an NDA to watch a two-minute video to which I could give no feedback.
 


TwoSix

Unserious gamer
I answered a bunch of racial questions. I had to put N/A/don't know on the gnome stuff because I have barely looked at gnomes and nobody I know uses one.

Then we got to the secret squirrel part, I watched the very slowly narrated video, said I could understand it, and then got booted out with no questions about it. The one I got made it look like the guys at DND Beyond aren't going to be happy unless they are getting acquired.
I wish I had the chance to tell them "No, I'm not interested."
This mirrors my experience.
 


BTW (and I can talk about this, since it's pre-NDA), the survey questions, themselves, seem problematic, since there are never any "whys?" or comment spaces. I'm sure some of my ratings don't come off quite right, since I couldn't explain them. Seemed kind of useless, gathering-info-wise.
Yeah definitely. How do they know if I am dissatisfied with the elven darkvision because I want it gone or because I want them to have more powerful special vision or because I am dissatisfied how darkvision rules work in general?
 






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