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Figured out how to get my forum badge to display over there. It was sort of a pain.

"While it is true you learn with age, the down side is what you often learn is what a damn fool you were before"

Thomas Sowell

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Are you guys really migrating, I don't know, seems bright and less interesting than here. Plus there is no evidence whatsoever of Shaka Cthulhu, I checked every thread. 

Migrating? No. Just visiting. I'm sot seeing too many familiar faces from the BI or even Bio boards over there. Although there are plenty of folks familiar with the IE games. I think most came in with NWN Online and games like that.

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"While it is true you learn with age, the down side is what you often learn is what a damn fool you were before"

Thomas Sowell

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Gfted1: You forgot all that sweet, sweet XP, for all baddies no less, along with fumbles and many other D&D staples. original.gif




As for that tileset: It will surely be handy when you play multiplayer with others and stuff.

Yeah, I suppose everyone involved in the session will need the same tile sets.

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Still nothing about the single-player campaign.

I stopped following it for that reason.  If it's good, I can still buy it when it ships.

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They got a release date yet by chance?

From what I reading on the forums over there it will be later than sooner. So far they have been very tight lipped about what it's got. The only things confirmed are 5e rules and DM control for multiplayer. It has been confirmed there will be a single player campaign but it came from one of the devs in a forum rather than on the "official" side of the site. 

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5e rules are not confirmed, unfortunately.

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If you believe that PCG article, 5E rules are confirmed. To what extent, though ...


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The last ruleset I really learned was 2E. Always has been my favorite. Of course I was in high school and actually had time to do things like D&D and friends to do it with.

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I don't see anything super interesting yet. Lots of stuff about DMs and various previews but they worm and dodge their way past answering how and to what degree they're adopting 5e rules. Cooldowns or ray of frost 'making wizards archers' isn't bad by itself, but they haven't given solid confirmation that this is the return of D&D gaming like we know it. It could just as easily be Dark Alliance with a party at this point, especially with console porting. 


I'll buy it if it's largely a faithful implementation of D&D, but despite selling itself as D&D Reborn, even that isn't clear.

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"If I can play a dwarf, then I'll buy it."


Who said that ?


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it looks like Diablo meets NWN, it is not classic DnD, but might be fun to play

If you look at it more closely the game plays itself. You can see the guy not pause except at start of battle and other 3 characters use all their abilities themselves and switch to new targets. He barely had to do anything and nobody was close to being knocked out. 

I don't see the fun in playing a game like that. I might as well go watch one of those terrible D&D movies again. 

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