My 5e L.1-25 (epic boons) game is going to go
* Lost mines of Phandelver
* Horde of the Dragon Queen
* The Rise of the Dragon Queen
* The Storm Bringer Juggernaut
* Dead Gods; Into the Dark [2e → 5e ]
* Die, Vecna, Die![2e → 5e]
* Bastion of Broken Souls [3.5e → 5e]
* The Quick Silver Hourglass [3.5e → 5e]
With heavy inspiration and side quests from 3rd party modules!
We're already there.
It's already happening.
We're outgunned and under equipped.
Now, at least, I understand bwhy so many people went on as usual.
What else can I do?
I'm already stretched so thin.
It'd be so much easier to go fight something.
Die doing something useful or Noble.
Gamble on freedom.
But it's simply not feasable.
Unenforced standards will not be universally followed, and universally will not be followed.
That's a code concept. It works for logical structures of (expectedly) limited information. People using it.
This probably doesn't apply to the limitless nature of humans. People don't work well with universal standards.
Other than rights I suppose.
So rights must be enforced...
dungeons & dragons rant
Is anyone else super disappointed how armor breaks the promise of D&D5e that you don't need wondrous items.
Plate is presented as a mundane item but it is literally unattainable until about L.6. and is wealth gated.
I understand that they were trying to create a scaling armor class, but everything else about 5th edition's bound accuracy is an attempt to escape from WBL.
Please share with me your thoughts!
Running D&D again tonight.
Trying a minimalist set of house rules. It's so painfully few changes, but it makes most things playable (except that Warlocks are OP)
I'm just a galadin who wants to be your paladin.
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