It is D&D Time

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It is D&D Time

Post by Cyberliger777 » Fri Jun 12, 2009 7:34 pm

We have not had a single RP going for so long it is time that someone fixed the problem. I have been putting together a D&D game, but in the process I have come to a question I need to ask the RP's.
What version of D&D would you like to play? 3.5 or 4.0?

I have a copy of both versions so either would not be a problem. I know everyone is already use to playing the 3.5 rulebook so I know some people will not want to switch. One idea I had if we go with the 3.5 rules, is that I can at least transfer the new races, classes, and monsters.

And if you want to play a certain version, do you want to use the add-on like forgotten realms?
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Re: It is D&D Time

Post by Martin Blank » Sat Jun 13, 2009 6:50 pm

I don't own, but I have access to 3.5. As long as it doesn't get in too deeply to the advanced stuff, I can probably deal with 4E rules.
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Re: It is D&D Time

Post by Eihger » Sun Jun 14, 2009 4:10 pm

I mostly have characters rolled up for 4e, but I care not which is used.
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Re: It is D&D Time

Post by Cyberliger777 » Sun Jun 14, 2009 6:21 pm

Well, I now have two 'I don't care.' If we roll 4e and it does not work would you guys mind re-rolling for 3.5e and keep the story moving?
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Post by StruckingFuggle » Sun Jun 14, 2009 6:30 pm

What sort of characters do you want / are you going to allow, especially for 3.5? Heck, what kind of characters do you want in general?





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Re: It is D&D Time

Post by Martin Blank » Mon Jun 15, 2009 12:59 am

How about "no"?

The last time I played, a specialist character got about as far as a paladin cavalier. Let's try to keep things relatively simple for the old-timers, hmm?
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Re: It is D&D Time

Post by Cyberliger777 » Mon Jun 15, 2009 5:41 am

I would say just to keep it simple I would stick with the original class types. I personally use red blade still when I make my characters. If this games goes will I would host a new game to entertain the players fancy.

I have the basic story set up, but no real ending made for it yet. To me that is what the character make though. The real story is created while you are playing.
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