Aha! I see now the issue. D&D is supposed to simulate reality in a fantasy world. It is not meant to be super heroes jumping thirty feet and throwing 30 pound barrels.

But that's popular now. I get it. That's why we're having so many issues out here. Larian is trying to fit a square peg in a round hole.

D&D is NOT about super heroes. It is about characters who start out barely better than amateurs who grow and learn and become more powerful as they gain experience. By the end of the story, that is when they do more incredible things. Not the beginning. Im the beginning, characters need to be more limited so that by the end they have some place to go.

Don't even called it D&D if you are going super hero route.

Last edited by GM4Him; 25/04/21 08:54 PM.