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Posted by: Veritatis on Aug 23, 2012 at 01:31:17 AM
Hello, and welcome back. This is my third entry on my series of "Class Actions" (which, in law, is a form of lawsuit in which a large group of people collectively bring a claim to court, in this case, WotC D&D department). Here is the first one, about the paladin and here the second, about the cleric. Today we're talking about the sorcerer, recently added to the DnDNext playtest. But before, let me recommend you my very good friend, Lord Archaon's own view on what would be an ideal DnDNext Sorcerer.
Power in the Blood: The Sorcerer
As usual, we'll start pointing out the essential components of the class as it has been showed in previous editions of the game. Sorcerers were introduced in the 3rd edition Player's Handbook: they are masters of arcane magic, but weak in melee combat. Sorcerers'...
Posted by: Veritatis on May 15, 2012 at 12:28:44 AM
This is the second entry in my series of "Class Actions" (which, in law, is a form of lawsuit in which a large group of people collectively bring a claim to court, in this case, WotC D&D department). Here is the first one, about the paladin. Today we're talking about the cleric.
Mearls gives us five concepts D&D's D&D team (see whay I did there?) had as north when designing the new class. Well, not exactly new, but c'mon you got what I meant.
1. The Cleric Is a Healer
This is really the obvious one. For as long as I remember, soldiers at World War I shouted...
Posted by: Veritatis on Apr 1, 2012 at 04:55:02 PM
In law, to "plead the Fifth" refers to the right not to implicate ones' self in a criminal offense (in this case, contradicting WotC dogma). On the other hand, a class action is a form of lawsuit in which a large group of people collectively bring a claim to court (in this case, WotC D&D department). Having said that, welcome to the "Pleading the Fifth: Class Actions" sub-section in my blog. My best friend in this lair called Wizards Community, Rafael Romo aka LordArchaon, has joined me in this Class Action effort. I'm sure you want to check his view on the paladin too.
Unbreakable Faith: The Paladin
The controversial clues hinted in a recent DnDNext blog entry about the paladin by Tom LaPille has inspired some friends and me to take some action into giving...