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January 15th, 2013, 07:20
In a divine-level planar campaign, the player might stir up a civil war on Mount Celestia, conquer a layer of the Abyss, or assemble an adventuring party of divine avatars. Ultimately you’d take back the Throne of Bhaal, smack down Cyric and his friends, and establish a place for yourself among the pantheon of gods.

I'm glad they didn't end up going that route. It sounded like another high-level campaign similar to Throne of Bhaal. I didn't care for the gameplay as much once you reached very high levels in 2nd or 3rd Edition D&D.

Just give me a party of low-level adventurers with leather armor, thank you. You can keep the "divine-level" gameplay.
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