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02-12-2011, 03:25 PM #1
Let's rol the dice! Gaming group rejoined needs halp
After 6 years without playing our old D&D3.0 game, our friend group has decided to give it a go this Christmas. It's been a while and most of them haven't been up with geek life because growing up, jobs, etc... So I think of coming back with the simplest most straightforward system available now: D&D4.
I know the reference websites for most of the Pathfinder stuff, but I seem unable to find the D&D4 reference cards, short rules and other needed stuff. Can someone please lend a hand?
PS: I know D&D4 is mostly a p&p WoW, I've read the manuals too, but it's the simplest most engaging one I can recall, rather than make people dig out our 15 manuals for a quick reminder of what rule's where.
Last edited by pakoito; 02-12-2011 at 03:27 PM.
02-12-2011, 03:31 PM #2
02-12-2011, 03:51 PM #3
That game was even worse than the TCG.
02-12-2011, 04:00 PM #4
If your group ever enjoyed 3.5, I can definitely and very strongly recommend Pathfinder. There's even an app for it, and the web-resources on their own website has everything.
There is a paywall online rule for D&D 4.0 hosted by WotC somewhere, but that's the only online-reference I can remember...
02-12-2011, 04:12 PM #5
I've found some cheatcsheets for most of the basic important stuff, but the character sheets and "attack cards" have to be paid or pirated :sadface:
About Pathfinder, know and recognize the game ups. But, we were not hardcore enough to appreciate subtle rule differences, we liked our minmaxed premade lvl16 munchkins hacking through Gods and Devil Lords and oneshotting Dragons. Anyway we may give the new system a try if it can be re-told and managed easily. Where can I find that marvelous app?
02-12-2011, 05:08 PM #6
Ah... um... a group-member of ours has an iPhone. I don't know. Siri "Pathfinder Rules App" or something like that... hum... I'll find out by next Wednesday for you. This Apple-devilry is foreign to me.