posted on Aug, 12 2013 @ 01:12 PM
It's just 4E with flavor and I hate 4E, there's no challenge to it, it's all just a big video game.
I'm a puritan.
3.5 or nothing IMO.
Going to have to agree wholeheartedly. I've DM'd through many different versions, and while I own the 4th edition books, none of my group would play
it. Also, there's a website that has pretty much you or any other player would need to game....(Google on SRD 3rd Edition). So nobody needs to buy a
bunch of books, other than one person having the DM's guide and Player's Handbook.
As for figs, my advice is to look for lots of MageKnight figs online. You'll usually get a LOT of variety for a cheap price. The D&D figs I buy tend
to be monsters mostly, as most players will furnish their own character fig.
When looking for a PC fig, I'd recommend Reaper Miniatures or Ral Partha (Google them)...as they do this very well.
It's pretty easy to adapt the fourth edition materials you have to 3rd too. I borrow some things from 4th. But I like the variety, customization, and
complexity of 3rd. In 3rd edition, you could have a group of nothing but warriors, and have each one COMPLETELY different if you wanted to.
edit on 12-8-2013 by Gazrok because: (no reason given)