View Poll Results: Will you be moving to 4th Edition D&D?

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    Will I be moving to 4e, or to a heavily modified version thereof, or moving at all? Given my lack of free time I'll be dragged along whichever way the PBEM winds blow I guess, as long as the group I'm in sees mechanics as background and fun/story as foremost I'll be happy...

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    I won`t be moving over to 4e... but I`ll happily take what I like
    from it and leave the rest.

    Gary

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    hack i just learned(mastered) 3.5 edition and still remember 2E, and the 4E is out.
    I still have not seen all the rules, but who knows maybe one day i switch, but it will not be soon.

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    hell, my party has not even made it 3e, and we are all happier that way!

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    4e just isn't the way I want to play D&D. I'm good with 3.5!
    O hark, O hear! How thin and clear,
    And thinner, clearer, farther going!
    O sweet and far from cliff and scar
    The Horns of Sielwode faintly blowing!

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    I may try out the 4ed rules in my Epic BR P&P campaign. It looks like the rules are well-designed, so I'll give it a try. But for the time being, I'll generally stick with v.3.5
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    My party generally sticks with 2E and a few 3E rules, it's not excluded that we'll browse through 4E and apply something from it. But for the time being, no full derailing to 4E will be happening. Time and obligations have consumed us all.
    Rey M. - court wizard of Tuarhievel

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    4th Edition sounds and smells as bad as MMORPG, so NO, I wont trade RPG for computer based hack and slash action...

    D&D4E = WoW

    ><;


    EDIT: I'll remain with my realism based heavily modified D&D3.5 (d20R), and beloved mature Alternity, thank You...
    ^^;

    PS: I hate u WotC, you capitalistic piece of ****!!!
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    "If the wizards and students who lived here centuries ago had practiced control - in their spellcasting and in their dealings with the politics of the empire - you would be studying in a tall tower made by the best dwarf stone masons, not in an old military barracks."
    Applied Thaumaturgy Lector of the Royal College of Sorcery to new generation of students.

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    I said eventually maybe - but most likely I won't untill I run out of other options.

    I am not sold on Pathfinder as a replacement yet.

    I don't like the PC game "feel" of 4th ed and I really hate the WotC Marketing strategy.

    Something I found on EnWorld that some may find interesting:

    JD Wiker’s (Alternity and Star Wars RPGs author/co-auther) blog on 4th ed.




    http://jediwiker.livejournal.com/57390.html
    Duane Eggert

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    We don't play often enough to justify the cost of the transition at this point. I plan to evaluate the system at GenCon and try it out, but it would have to blow my socks off to get me to convert. I simply don't have the time, money, or ambition to convince my group to convert when what we have works for what we need.
    Servant of the Most High,
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    Learn to do good; Seek justice, Rebuke the oppressor; Defend the fatherless, Plead for the widow.

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