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Postby Nylanfs » Sat Nov 01, 2014 2:47 pm

I'm away from my computer at the moment. Do we have a framework for 5e like we do for 4e?

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Re: 5e system framework

Postby LegacyKing » Sat Nov 01, 2014 5:54 pm

No. Three reasons:

1) I already know the 5e system works as illustrated by a homebrewer. No need for me to make my own set to test that, like I did for 4e.
2) I don't want to field the "Can I get a copy of the working 4e version" questions like I had when I made the 4e set and then bare-boned it for the framework.
3) If WotC gives us license, I'm confident that the homebrewer would be happy for us to use the working version.

If we want to have a foundation, I would suggest we put both the 4e and 5e gamemodes into our releases. I do not see any reason we cannot do that. However, I don't think supplying a base set is worth our time and effort.


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