I REALLY need to catch up on the latest release of the D&D Next rules, but as I'm sure others already are caught up, I pose the following questions to my readers:
- Are the rules close enough to the OSR to emulate OSR / Old School style gaming - or is this just a simplified 3x with some other pieces bolted on?
- Have they figured out the simple / complex - basic / advanced in the same campaign paradox that they were trying to implement? Does it do what it "says on the box"?
- If it can come close to Old School style gaming, is that good for the OSR in general or a sign of the forthcoming gaming apocalypse?
1d20 Random Encounters With Shades of the Damned & Phantoms of Hell For Your Old School Campaigns - I have, indeed, no abhorrence of danger, except in its absolute effect - in terror. Edgar Allan PoeAs the veil thins there's a marked changed in the barri...
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