5 years ago ::
Apr 25, 2008 - 10:39AM
Aug 19, 2005
I'm sure that this may have already been stated, but I would like to find out the answers to my questions.
Currently wizards.com post adventures for D&D 3.5 - which are free for download. Will this still be done or will I need a subscription to D&D insider to get anything like this (which isn't free). Even if the D&D side of wizards does something similar to what the Star Wars side has done when they have released the saga system - put up a year long story arc adventure of very nice quality that will take characters from level 1 to the max level.
Is this a foreseeable option? Since there really isn't going to be any conversion from 3rd (3.5) edition to 4th - will they be offering a sequential adventure each month to take us from level 1 to level 30 - maybe a level or two per adventure.
Secondly if I do get D&D insider it comes with pdf versions of Dragon and Dungeon correct? If I am getting this content in Dungeon (all of the adventures/side treks etc) will they already come formatted for use in the D&D insider mapping and online software? Or do I have to take and reproduce them all myself in the mapping environment for the players? Would be nice to have all of the maps and content ready to plug in. Also on that point someone had mentioned during a interview that they would be having all of the content available - so does this mean if a new monster is introduced in Dragon or Dungeon will that be updated upon release of the magazine or is it only updates from splat books and core books?
I'm really pumped and looking forward to the new version - actually looking forward to the D&D insider tools since that is something I've been looking forward to for some time.
Can someone post some links to some of the latest screen shots for the D&D Insider application.