I’m lazyblogging today. Rather than completing the write-up of the last Endday campaign session (which rocked, btw) I’m going to give Third Edition D&D some of the love it deserves and link back to an old post of mine from September 2007: Multiclassics.
With 4th Edition of D&D just around the corner, the whole debate about what’s going to be “in” and what’s “out” of the system has sparked in me a renewed interest – and liking – for the current Edition.
There’s a lot of noise on the ‘net among the role-playing community about the direction the developers are taking the system. The more I read – and so far, we’re just getting hints and clues about stuff which isn’t even finalized yet – the more I think 4E D&D is going to be an over-engineered mess. But that’s a blogpost for another time, ok?
Fun to see how my opinion of 4e changed after sitting down and actually playing it. Looking back, I think the pre-4e marketing campaign really did do more harm than good.
See y’all tomorrow!