?

Log in

No account? Create an account
D&D 3E
D&D Online 
28th-May-2006 11:14 pm
I've always been a fan of pnp, so I'm not sure if I love or hate the new DDO game--it's a nice game, yea, but it doesn't stick very well to what I loved best about the v3.5 rules--and it didn't have some of the best things, like choosing gods, familiars, and special classes like druids and what not! I just finished my trial period, so can anyone tell me if it's even worth getting all my game buddies into it, and skipping off pnp?
Comments 
29th-May-2006 06:56 am (UTC)
I think it really depends on what you want to get out of it. I played the trial as well and wasn't completely won over. It lacked a lot of things that I would want/expect, such as the lack of deities that you mentioned.

Playing DDO doesn't and shouldn't mean that you should stop playing P&P. (Unless, of course, you no longer enjoy it.) I think most old school D&D fans would prefer a tabletop game over the online one.

It's all about your individual taste. I'm thinking that there will probably be some changes made in the next year, so I'm going to sit back and see how things evolve with DDO.

In the meantime, I'll stick with the P&P games. ;)
29th-May-2006 07:19 am (UTC)
Eh, yea, same here.

By abandoning pnp I meant becoming a black hole which warps all my freinds into whatever it is I'm interested in--like I'm doing with livejournal right now :D YAAAY~

But, really, are they gonna change it drastically enough? I hope so. It's just too cool an idea and too pretty a graphics engine to not want it to succeed...
This page was loaded May 21st 2018, 4:41 pm GMT.