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I played a lot of the WoD stuff back in the 90s and early 2000s, and while I liked the edgy goth settings, the rule mechanics were a ton of awful.  A basic combat took an entire night.  The now-misnamed new World of Darkness rolled out, and while I wasn't a big fan of most of the new setting stuff, the rule mechanics had been significantly streamlined.  It's head and shoulders better than the original stuff.  So now there's 5th edition Vampire, with I assume the other settings coming sooner or later.  Is there anyone here who's used both nWoD and the 5th edition stuff who can say if the rule improvements have remained?  If they've gone back to the clunkier rules, I'd really rather just house-rule the nWoD system into the original settings.

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