I'm gonna say no as I don't trust them to do a somewhat faithful adaption. They're not really capable anyway.
Why not, as a matter of interest?I don't use the guild though so.......
Why not, as a matter of interest?
I mean, if you only do homebrew then (almost) nothing on the Guild is going to be relevant to you, but if you run WotC adventures then the "guides" on the Guild are a great resource and the are lots of side-quests, encounters etc. that enhance the adventures.
(Personally, I've got no interest in the new classes, archetypes and the like, but presumably some people must be buying them.)
I'd love to see every setting opened up on the Guild, no matter how niche, as it gives fans of those settings a chance to share their creativity.
I'd consider benign indifference as falling in the lean "no" category, along with, for example, @Deset Gled 's disinterested apathy.I don't have any personal desire for one, but I don't have an objection to it existing if done right. So, not sure what to vote!
Nice.No. Because whatever WotC released would just be met with incessant complaints from people who remember their old Dark Sun products and can't comprehend why the new release isn't exactly like their old ones.
If people want to play Dark Sun... there are 43 products from 2E and 4E listed currently on DMs Guild that they can purchase... which will be just like the Athas they remember. So the DM has to do some of their own work to prepare those products for use in their campaign in order to be used with 5E. Oh darn. What a shame. Asking a DM to actually do a little work to make a setting their own, rather than having a published setting they can pull directly off the shelf and have it be EXACTLY what they want without having to put in any effort whatsoever. How could we?
Are you kidding? If I wanted to bother, I'd find the post I made before the Spelljammer book was released where I said "Be careful what you wish for"... because I knew even then that a lot of the posters who were jumping for joy about Spelljammer getting released were going to end up disappointed with what WotC made... and that they were better off just using their old SJ stuff and bringing it up to 5E use on their own.Nice.
Do you think the complaints people had about Spelljammer were at all related to what you are talking about?
Almost nobody I've seen critiquing it mentioned its similarity or lack of similarity to the 90s version as a any sort of point.