My D&D Next wishlist

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  1. Bill says:

    Samurai should never be human shaped nor have human-like qualities. Other than that, I pretty much agree with you. I can also see where I’d want to build this game and can see the places where WotC won’t be building this game.

    I look forward to being proven wrong.

  2. Oz says:

    I like Number 9. Though my view of a Ranger would lean towards Fighter/Druid. But my brain is swirling with potential combos and combos I’ve run in the past, like the sect of monk/druids who based their fighting style off animals.

  3. David says:

    I endorse this list 100%!

  4. I like the list, especially the commentary about dual classing. I’ve for quite some time held the idea that classes should be the Core Four with all others being a dual-/multi-/other variation off those. Not that your idea espouses that but I agree it could work.

    • Bill says:

      Was it 2nd edition that had them listed as subclasses? Probably not too big a gap from 4e’s roles. Ultimately how it has been handled so far is just a classification. Half classes as writeups would be interesting.

  5. JourneymanGM says:

    Similar to #1: Don’t make it so certain types of adventures are only for certain levels. If I want a level 23 party clearing out goblin-infested dungeons or a level 1 party plane-hopping, then let me!

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