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SF Starfinder compared to 5e

daddystabz

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How does Starfinder compare to D&D 5e in terms of complexity/crunch? How easy is it to run compared to D&D 5e? Which do you like to run more and which do you prefer to play?
 

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Starfinder is less complicated than Pathfinder, but definitely more than D&D5e. While it moved in the direction of simplification, I know I certainly would've preferred it go farther than it did.

That being said, it's got a heck of a cool setting. For me, I think that's the real appeal. Wizards, androids, pulse rifles, undead space pirates all together make for some pretty awesome adventures.
 

gamerprinter

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Starfinder is less complicated than Pathfinder, but definitely more than D&D5e. While it moved in the direction of simplification, I know I certainly would've preferred it go farther than it did.

That being said, it's got a heck of a cool setting. For me, I think that's the real appeal. Wizards, androids, pulse rifles, undead space pirates all together make for some pretty awesome adventures.
Not me, I don't want nor need a simpler game.
 

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