- Jun 2005 -
19235 Posts

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I've been playing D&D pretty much continuously since 1978, when I was 10. I've played each edition of the game except 3.0, and loved them all. I've been a member of these forums since 2005. Please check out my personal forum,

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wrecan
- Jun 2005 -
19235 Posts

How Bounded Your Accuracy Is

Over a month ago, I ran a poll designed to see what the community felt was an appropriate rate of progression for players in three areas: attack bonuses, skill checks, and saving throws. More than a hundred of you responded and now I am going to examine the responses.


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wrecan
- Jun 2005 -
19235 Posts

Economicon

Back at the end of Third Edition, there was a lot of discussion about ways to break the game's economy.  Many of them had been hashed out often enough and usually debunked. I decided to create a very short webcomic of each attempt to break the game economy, thinking that I'd post them whenever these topics came up.  Unfortunately, this was in the July 2007, and in August of that year, Wizards announced the development of Fourth Edition, so I did not get much opportunity to use them.  Instead I am archiving them here.


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wrecan
- Jun 2005 -
19235 Posts

LOST and the Isle of Dread

So there are two things of which I am a huge fan: Dungeons & Dragons and the television show LOST.  So when I decided to run my family through the Playtest version of the Isle of Dread, I found myself happily able to combine these two passions.


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wrecan
- Jun 2005 -
19235 Posts

What's Next in Presentation

With the latest slew of Advanced: In the back of each of the standard books should be the advanced rules that playtesting suveys reveal to be the most popular. (I personally don't care what those turn out to be.) This split -- standard rules up front, advanced rules in the back, should carry through all subsequent releases. 


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