- Apr 28, 2018
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Yeah, there are. My point was "numerous cheaper and better alternatives make this a no-go" (for me).Sure there are a ton of cheaper games but $80-90 for a gaming book isn't unheard of these days. It is about the same price as the book and pdf pledge for 5E Adventures in Oz kick starter (2 books total of 500 pages for $89).
Sure, but I still don't see myself joining. Again, I'd follow it with interest, because many people obviously have different preferences (the gall those people have)!They are also including a bunch of tech with the game. Voice actors, music and some kind of online gaming support. The inclusion of 3d printer files also adds that they are after a tech savvy player base.
Probably. Understanding this is exactly why I'm going to follow it!I don't really follow 5E so don't know their history if any and I'm not interested in this, but I bet they have a target market (probably Critical Role watchers) that wants this stuff.