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All 3 D&D books for fourth edition cost me a total of $88 CA in the mail. It's not that expensive to get into.

Old age and treachery beats youth and skill every time.
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me and my girlfreind are thinking of having a go at D&D, but we havent a clue where to start or what to buy first,
Where are yall finding these women?!?!?! Goddammit I hate California.

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My grilfriend does RPGs, computer games, card games, etc. You find them everywhere!

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I heard 4th edition sucks.
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It's really not that bad. They've simplified and streamlined the system, but it plays a bit smoother, is a fair bit easier to pick up than 3.5, and is, in my own opinion, a lot better balanced (no more wizards hiding in the corner for the first five levels, and no more thumb-twiddling, useless warriors past level 12)

Also, in terms of models for DnD, Anima Tactics miniatures are fairly nice, fantasy themed, and the right size for your standard 1" square grid.


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