Results for tag: 4th Edition
Posted by: lofgren on Jun 13, 2012 at 02:00:01 AM
The Essentials line introduced a new way of creating and playing martial characters. Rather than choosing a standard action attack, these classes used minor action stances to change the effects of their melee basic attacks. Stances combined with weapon feats could produce a wide range of effects, giving the class in effect far more at-will attacks than its original 4th edition counterpart. In addition, each class received a single encounter power which it was able to use multiple times per encounter rather than multiple encounter powers. In some cases those powers augmented existing attacks, and thus the character had little need for a variety of encounter powers that amounted to slight improvements over
Posted by: lofgren on Jun 11, 2012 at 12:23:11 AM
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To reduce the impact of tactical positioning, making storytelling more powerful and flexible. To make combat simple enough that players can keep all relevant information in their head. To allow all players to track their character’s positioning individually.
Current Status: Untested
Next Status: Balance Testing (PM if you are interested in