Edit: we already have 7 players for this session and to avoid overcrowding, sadly we cannot accept more players. However, if you are interested about the game, drop a comment and if there are enough applications, we can organize another session for you.
As I’ve already mentioned earlier in some posts, we have started a retrospective series of games to play, explore and (re)discover the evolution of Dungeons & Dragon games.
A new era, in terms of rules, hype and naming (from this point we call the games according to the formula of “DnD + edition number”). In what other ways was this version different from the others? The missing “Advanced” tag from the name refers to a simplified, “back to the roots” approach or the game turned even more complex and creators simply failed to find a better word for “even more advanced”? Why there there is a 3.0 and 3.5 version form it? How Pathfinder comes into the picture (and what it is?)
We shall discover the answer to all those questions (and many more) with the leading of @Thopthes on the evening of 27th in the Spielbar.
(As usually, no previous experience/knowledge required )