The problem is that Wizards of the Coast’s support of D&D is the worst that it’s ever been, except during the days when D&D 4e (2008-2012) was dead on the vine… All told, D&D saw a scant five releases in 2015… This definition of “support” was one of the issues I had with the otherwise awesome Designers & Dragons. Does anyone really care that WotC hasn’t released slabs of splats for 5e? Do 5e players feel “unsupported”? I dunno. I’m not really focused on 5e, but the lack of splats and focus on adventures feels refreshing. (I owned almost everything WotC produced for 3e. What little I used generally didn’t work that well, and I ended up selling almost all of it.) [embed]http://www.rpg.net/columns/advanced-designers-and-dragons/advanced-designers-and-dragons8.phtml[/embed]]]>

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