|Sent on:||Friday, August 24, 2012 1:12 AM|
I learned on D&D 2nd ed but I like a little from 2nd, 3rd, 3.5 and pathfinder (4th ed is not d&d, lol).
Within the fantasy realm I like realism and common sense.....If I can do it in real life I should be able to do it in a fantasy game but better as long as I have the nessesary skills, knowledge or feats. Pathfinder seem to be in the right track to fix D&D because honestly is the same game with a few changes. The only thing I find a little confusing in the pathfinder is the combat manouver stuff. I would have stayed with 3.5 rules on that.
I hate what they did with spells in 4th ed. In my opinion they made it all too complicated. I tried playing it twice. Once for like 2 months and I gave it a second chance for like 6 months. Combat took so long, all players were experienced D&D players but new to 4th ed. So many different things to keep up with and remember, it was too confusing to me. Again, just my opinion and experience but my #1 thing were the spells....Not been able to cast spells like in traditional D&D killed it for me.
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