How to Dungeons & Dragons9votes I like it
solaufein_g says: +The best start for an D&D amateur!+ Quite accurate approach of the 3rd edition rules.+Numerous prestige classes and styles of play+Hyper active community (yes still!)-OC is short and henchmen suck (XPs are good,tho)-No premium modules but one
solaufein_g says: +The game that changed cRPGs+Excellent 2nd edition rules conversion+Forgotten realms lore all over the place!+Its the prequel of ... BG 2, witch you all gonna play, so start from the first!-Stiff start. Younger gamers may intimidated!
solaufein_g says: +Absolute fan game on 2nd edition rules+6 person party created from scratch+/- More hack and slash approach than the BG or PS:T
solaufein_g says: Well, well. You now have enough experience of the AD&D rules. Time to move to the pinnacle of RPGs and rules should not keep you distracted in this epic storyline and unique characters.
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