Rules Compendium completed my set.
Has anyone touched any of the books Wotc has pumped out since 4th was announced? Even by their standard, the last batch of books has been pretty thin.
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I might pick up Draconomicon cheap if I can. While it does have a lot of crunch, the parts i've read of physiology and tactics can't change too much with 4e. And maybe I could adapt the dragons over...
-It was a very good book. The Draconomicon had a very high price, even for a D&D book, though. Off the top of my mind, I think the price on the back cover is $45.99.
Sure. If you live in Canada. It was $39.95 USD.
-That's what it was. $39.95. But, compare that to the average price of $29.99, and you're still getting a more expensive book.
pff.. and i paid ⁈50.
try laughing about that..
4e is pushing all the prices of the 3.5 books down.
I bought the Rules Compendium not too long ago.
-How is it? Does it literally have every rule? And, does it explain said rules, or does it just cite where to find the actual instructions?
one thing they haven't done that I wish they did is a feat compendium. I would buy that in a second.
im tired of going through 15 different books for a good feat to get
Besides I've discovered World of Darkness which is a far superior system IMO and encourages role playing over power gaming which seems to be where D&D is heading after looking at the 4e articles and that's a route I don't want to take. Sad really...
Apparently a lot of people think the books will stop working after the edition change