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Lawbag:
Its been some time since this game came out, and Im wondering whether it actually accomplished its intended goals as a cut-down simplier more enjoyable version of DND.

And how does it compare directly with Green Ronin's and Levi's versions?

Or am I best sticking with DND Cyclopedia?

joewolz:
I really enjoy the game, but I've just started a campaign of it.  I've done quite a few one shots with it.

It's nostalgic to play, but the system is unified and modern compared to the Cyclopedia.  I think it succeeds with what it's trying to do.

cnath.rm:
I got the main two books but haven't been able to play, is it just me or are there no demons or devils in the monster section of the Monsters and Treasure book?

Mr. Christopher:

--- Quote from: Lawbag ---Its been some time since this game came out, and Im wondering whether it actually accomplished its intended goals as a cut-down simplier more enjoyable version of DND.

And how does it compare directly with Green Ronin's and Levi's versions?

Or am I best sticking with DND Cyclopedia?
--- End quote ---

I'll pimp Erin D. Smale's house rules again:

http://www.tridrpg.org/

Smale's adapted the best parts of C&C's "SIEGE Engine" to the Cyclopedia, so if you want the best of both systems his site's worth a visit.

JamesV:

--- Quote from: William G. Gruff ---Smale's adapted the best parts of C&C's "SIEGE Engine" to the Cyclopedia, so if you want the best of both systems his site's worth a visit.
--- End quote ---


I'm not quite liking the magic system, but the rest of it is excellent and reccomendable to anyone looking to make the RC better.

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