I just discovered that code of conduct forbids some forms of sense of humor. I guess it’s just another one of those “Wayne’s World” vs. “Monty Python” things…
I’ll try to tone it down this time to avoid getting my thread deleted. Maybe it’s for the best, the thread was not going at all the way I was hoping it would. God people are sensitive…
Anyways, what is it that you like about AEDU as implemented in 4th edition?
I know that when I was playing 4th edition, I would get very frustrated having to choose a level 7 encounter powers when I wished I could use my level 3 encounter power twice. I also found if very frustrating to find myself in combat and wish I had chosen a different power because it would have been the perfect moment to use it.
Wouldn’t you prefer having some kind of choice either during combat or out of combat to make your character flexible? Something like the D&D Essentials Wizard. Or for a melee character, maybe having a choice of 3 level 3 encounter powers and you can use either one of them once per encounter.
I just feel that tactical combats would be even more fun with more options than what you have with the AEDU system implemented in 4th edition. But apparently a lot of you disagree with this. I was wondering why.
Sorry if I offended anyone with the original post. As I mentioned, it wasn’t meant to be offensive.