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October 13th, 2011, 07:01
Originally Posted by fadedc View Post
But I am saying that by modern standards the customization was very limited. Some of this may of course be just because it was based on 2nd edition D&D which also had limited customization. Later D&D titles started to include more and more of the options from 3rd edition even before they actually started using 3rd edition rules.
I'm just curious what these "modern standards" are that you keep referring to. Perhaps you could give some examples? Are you talking just within D&D, in which case I agree it's more customizable now compared to 2.0 rules , or are you talking about games in general?
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