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I play at 2 stores and in both locations there's curiosity but hesitation. The consensuses right now is to hold off until the materials are provided in late January and then make an informed decision about what direction to take.
Our concern is that some people will want to try D&D Next while other will want to continue playing 4e. Right now we run 2 tables and on weeks when we have poor attendance we combine into 1 table. This won't be possible if some people are playing 4e and others are playing D&D Next. I fear either choice may scare away some players and start a D&D Encounters edition war.
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Who is planning on making the switch to D&D Next for Season 12? I talked to my regulars and they want to give it a shot. I'm sad to see my group give up on 4e. It's by far my favorite edition.
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"Against the Cult of Chaos" D&D Encounters Season"War of Everlasting Darkness" D&D Encounters SeasonHalls of UndermountainP3: Assault on Nightwyrm Fortress
Against the Cult of Chaos is a Dungeons & Dragons Roleplaying Game adventure designed for the D&D Encounters official play program. This season presents you with the opportunity to play out the elements of the story in a sequence that you and your players determine. In this sort of arrangement, the adventurers have more control over their choices during the season, and you have more freedom in tailoring Against the Cult of Chaos to maximize the fun. The season takes characters from levels 1-3.Could this mean that DM's will need to read the entire adventure in advance as pc's could take different "routes" through the season?
www.wizards.com/DnD/Event.aspx?x=dnd/4ne...Does anyone know which campaign setting this season is using? Forgotten Realms, Nentir Vale?It mentions the Caves of Chaos in the top of page blurb
I am fairly sure that it is a Session 0.
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"Got my packet last night, haven't had a chance to read through it yet though. Hopefully we'll get another forum section set up soon?
I'm assuming it will probably be another week until the D&D Next conversion material is available, but everyone here is anxious to start creating their characters (month is a long time to wait)."
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