Yeah, those too. There are some interesting topics, but I come to them too late, or they move too quickly. I’m also pretty tired of interacting with edition fans.Ditto. If you look at the conversations I'm in, as I said, they're mostly general RPG topics that happened to be flagged as D&D-related.
Whether I like it or not, truly D&D 5e is the 500lb gorilla in the TTRPG world.
I just realized that I didn't mention I was referring to Call of Cthulhu. That game and Chaosium are so closely bound in my brain that I really don't even think about Runequest, Stormbringer, or any other game.
Those games haven't been subjected to undue changes, either.I just realized that I didn't mention I was referring to Call of Cthulhu. That game and Chaosium are so closely bound in my brain that I really don't even think about Runequest, Stormbringer, or any other game.
And even before that, when we were flocking to Eric Noah’s (the E. N. in EN World) 3rd edition news site while that edition was still in development.Its perfectly legitimate for people to be focused on 5e here; since Morrus first put this up in the 3e days its been D&D-centric after all.
On the one hand: even in the relatively lively reddit PF2 sub, it's mostly just rules clarifications and game tales - neither of which generate much discussion. Rule questions in PF2 usually have quick, clear answers (the question is most often because someone missed a general rule when looking at a specific situation). Game tales are interesting, but the response is usually just "cool!"
For broader topics (table etiquette, adventure design, story ideas, worldbuilding), there's no need to stick to a PF2 forum in particular, because the answer is usually the same for any DnD-like game. And you'll get more answers on a 5e-friendly forum because a lot more people go there.