Originally Posted by DumbleDorf
Originally Posted by Warlocke
Originally Posted by DumbleDorf
I was already using DDO as a reference to compare a lot of the stuff in this game and theorycraft with prior to the EA release.

Any research predicated on the older rules isn’t very applicable. Most of the basic rules for 5E are available for free on the official website dndbeyond.com. That is a great source for planning out your builds.

Indeed. The biggest shock was the absolute lack of feats in BG3 compared to DDO. And also you have to choose between a feat or ability increases.

It’s a pretty dramatic shift, but I like it. The exorbitant number of feats was something I didn’t like about 3rd edition. Some disagree, but I find the more restrictive system in 5E makes for more interesting and meaningful choices.