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4e

D & D 4e

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I held off on my fourth edition review to give the game a chance. As Mike Mearls and others have commented, 4e plays far better then it reads. My initial impression was this is interesting, but not really D & D. I’ve come around on that, it is D & D but D & D brought back to its roots as an add-on to a tactical miniature game.

Based on the overall picture of the game, 4e seems to have the following design goals.

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