D&D 6e, expect it in a few years. A game de-emphasizing combat and treasure gathering in favor of social play, with guidelines for presenting more dynamic adventures, sessions, and scenes. Including rules for gaining experience through other than killing monsters. Outwitting them for example.Expect Wizards to be directed to stop trying to imitate such as video and computer games, and to focus their efforts on what makes RPGs unique. The social interaction, and the chance to live in an imaginary world where things can happen that can't happen in the real world. Expect them to aim at worlds where adventures of many sorts can occur, instead of the old "kill them and take their stuff" game.
One concern I have is how the Disney morality police could intervene in the lore and fluff of D&D. Disney has a squeeky clean image and has suppressed brands in the past who havn't adhered to that image. D&D has all kinds of devils, demons and the like. I have a hard time seeing another "Book of Vile Darkness" coming out under Disney's watch.
Considering the lousy reputation that this book has in every edition where it has been produced, and what I thought of the one instance I looked at, this specific item is not exactly a huge loss.
Ravenloft Haunted Mansion....Fewmaster Toede's Wild Ride (On dragons!)It's a Sigil World (Ride the planes!)
It means that Mickey Mouse will be a D&D monster.
Concisely: I want a system where players don't have to pick between mechanics and roleplaying. I hope 5E fails asap so a better system can be made asap.
( I can't believe what they did to the forums. The sterile lack or color is rather depressing. )
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man.. what can stop disney now?