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Since you going computerized, why not put some animations/sounds/music ? We started doing so with a laptop, and when we are having encounters or events, the DM plays these. We find this great since it adds to get you within the campaign quicker.


yeah agreed. music would be nice.

i do have a question though. How exactly would you reach the players you are attempting to play with?

I mean is it random or can i search for my friends and gamers names or tags to find them and start a game?

I like to quote one of my DM’s that I have played with for over 10 years.

“Whats next the Chutes and Ladders version of D&D…”

In other words its dumbing down so much that its becoming no fun to play. Its like playing video game where you need instant reward.

I’m really sad to see where this is going. I have been gaming on and off for over 25 years (I’m in my late 30’s) and I thought 3rd edition was pathetic and still do. This looks even worse.

Second edition with the usage of expanded rules from Dragon Magazines was the best (To my and the serveral people that I play/game with).

I have to agree with Tony here after reading through the 4E player hand book the first thought that came to my mind was where did the character customization go. The other thing that bothers me is that 4E is not under the open gaming license some I was really a fan of.

When will there be an anouncement for the release of the insider and when can players sign up?

I too was scared as hell of trying out the new rules. I liked what I already knew and was ready to protest when my DM wanted to try out the new stuff. My love for the game though, made me try it anyway. After finally getting the core rule books, and finalizing our characters we are averaging between 15 and 20 hours of play a week, and all is going smoothly.

Our game has two players who never played the old school stuff and they are picking it up just as quick as the rest of us.

So I suggest you give it a try and if you don’t like it. Play Old School Rules and hope your DM has a good enough imagination to create his/her own mods.

I love Dungeons and Dragons I been loving dragons since I was 14 yeah dragons are cool and so is this game to yeah anyways I love roll playing games there the best!

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