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21 May 2013 - Tuesday
If I were clever I would try to arrange to get more brain inflation,
in hopes of being less tired. But I am not clever.
Curiosity drove me to download the D&D Next playtest packet
(plus it was free). Unfortunately, I think it should be called "D&D
ed and 4th
ed both brought something new to D&D, but 5th ed not so much. It
adopted some ideas from 4th ed, but otherwise the system is pretty
comparable to a somewhat streamlined 3rd ed. Actually, it might be even
less new than that, since the rules gave me a definite OSR vibe (although
that could be from them not being finished), and two of the adventures in
the playtest packet are ones I remember from my Red
Box days. If D&D is trying to cash in on the OSR, maybe it's
time to dub it "D&D Last" and move on to Dungeon
World or Fate.
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