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Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition Arrives

D&D 4.0 is easy to cynically characterize as a cash grab, since it changes the rules so broadly that it renders dozens of recently released products obsolete, and it's also easily the least complete D&D iteration. You'll have to buy future supplements for information on many previously core character classes, such as Druids, Bards, and Monks, for instance, and pay a monthly subscription fee to access new digital content.

The new D&D rules may not access a broader commercial market, but they'll definitely continue to bleed the relatively few remaining loyal customers D&D has retained since its heyday.

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StillGray3421d ago

It sounds like whoever wrote the synopsis of this article hates D&D 4.0