I voted for all of them, and not in an attempt to be arbitrary. I'd honestly like to see any and all of these modules updated. Heck, I wouldn't mind seeing the 2e and 3e modules updated, either.
Nah, it's nothing complicated. I was just drawing a comparison between playing the same module over again and watching reruns.CleverNickName said:Has someone already started a thread about converting classic modules to the 4E system? Please point me in the right direction; I'd love to get some help/feedback on this project...the more brains the better.
Whizbang Dustyboots said:That's a big part of their schtick.
There are heavy-duty homages to S1, S3 and B2 as well.
Yeah, the Desert Nomads is one of my favorites of all time, and I've played the X10 module before back in the early 90s. I have put off getting an electronic copy because I was holding out for an original hardcopy for my collection (those battle counters aren't as cool when printed out on cardstock.) But since you are the second person to mention it, I went ahead and downloaded the ESD. So what if I end up with two copies, right?Gundark said:I guess you only put the ones on the list you own...
X10- red arrow, black shield is by far my favourite all time module. It's alos a sequel to X4 & X5
edit : Uriens beat me to it.
And I'm sure they will. If past experience has taught us anything, it is that remakes of old modules (Return to the Keep on the Borderlands, Return to the Temple of Elemental Evil, etc.,) just aren't big sellers. People tend to hate them, in fact.Philotomy Jurament said:I don't think they should do any of the old modules, again. Come up with some new classics, instead.
I would like to see Castle Amber, but I imagine that Isle of Dread wasn'tCleverNickName said:It's more or less what I expected. I thought "Isle of Dread" and "Castle Amber" would have done better, though.