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DnD - Sword Coast Legends

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Anyone interested in trying this out? It is like playing Baldur'sGate but multiplayer online. It has campaign modes where one player plays a DM. I never had a chance to table top and always wanted to. If we have enough interest I'll get a campaign pack.

https://swordcoast.com/preorder

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Never tried a game like this, and I personally have a very limited game genre/type that I like to play. It may be interesting to say the least :)
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You're still young limits. You have so much to experience in the world of gaming. I'm sure most of us older guys can write a book about the gaming life we've had to go through growing up. All those consoles. The computers and computer games we had growing up. Kids these days will never understand...

BTW straif this does look like a game that i might be interested in trying out. Looks like it's still awhile to go tho. Better kill time in Auraxis until then.

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So, am I the only one who actually plays tabletop D&D games and the like? (Btw try Savage Worlds tabletop, its good too)
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I think Cassel had a bit experience with D&D. By the way, this game will be based on 5th edition, for those who are worried.

Limits, we be glad to have ya! Just don't bring a duel wielding Drow ranger with a panther companion :P

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Straif wrote:Just don't bring a duel wielding Drow ranger with a panther companion :P
Umm whats dat? xD Sounds badass! Like me ;)
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Re: DnD - Sword Coast Legends

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WhatIsOurLimits wrote:
Straif wrote:Just don't bring a duel wielding Drow ranger with a panther companion :P
Umm whats dat? xD Sounds badass! Like me ;)
Actually, scratch the former statement. Limits can do whatever he wants, it'll be awesome lol

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Straif wrote:
WhatIsOurLimits wrote:
Straif wrote:Just don't bring a duel wielding Drow ranger with a panther companion :P
Umm whats dat? xD Sounds badass! Like me ;)
Actually, scratch the former statement. Limits can do whatever he wants, it'll be awesome lol
I'm always awesome ;)
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Aww man I would play this but my gaming box is massively out of date... PS2 already looks like a PowerPoint presentation :(

Straif let me know when you are about to order though, I am considering getting a promo pack from work and eating ramen for a few months, so I might have a new system by the time it's released.

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Re: DnD - Sword Coast Legends

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Hmmm.. reviews seem a little luke-warm. Looks like it is using a procedural engine for generating maps for DM-mode. Custom map building is a feature that isn't available.

http://geekdad.com/2015/09/geekdads-pla ... t-legends/

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