It's easy, in retrospect, to find now the failings of 4th Edition. Some things were obvious from the start, like alignments (completely nonsensical, thankfully the edition didn't... Read morePublished 24 days ago by tec-goblin
With the new 5th edition book, I have to say I'll be moving our campaign away from 4th Ed.Published 29 days ago by James
Definitely the weakest edition of D&D to date, 4e shares the least in common with previous versions and emphasizes a new style of play that is, in my opinion, rather bizarre.Published 1 month ago by Darby Hinshaw
Very helpful, but I wouldn't buy it unless your hosting your own DD game.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
4th Edition failed as a gaming system. Wizards is releasing 5th Edition in August. The fact this system lasted only 6 years before a complete redesign should tell you all you... Read morePublished 2 months ago by B. Duffey
This is an essential book for anyone who is looking to try 4e. The artwork is great and it tells you everything you need to know to create a character. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jacqueline Parvin
This book is a great purchase if you want ideas for your own homebrew games or perhaps some extra ideas for other rules that you want to ad to a game you are already running. Read morePublished 6 months ago by H. Adams
1. Combat is made easier to figure out and manage. Several elements reminiscent of MMO play.
2. Balancing of classes.
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