I have litteraly no idea what were you trying to say. O_o
Well, I don't think it's a problem of how I said it. Then again maybe my English is failing me.
Do you want the the alternate wording? An officially licensed title is not (and should not be) the same as a gathering of four friends with a free pass to come up with whatever stupid homebrew rule then want. It should stick to the source of the license as close as reasonably possible.
Originally Posted by Tuco
It's somewhat hilarious that all the greatest mechanical improvements we got in EA so far consisted pretty much in Larian reverting some of the most questionable changes they introduced to begin with.
Well ... maybe ... And maybe my standards were lowered by the time of EA ... but im glad that at least sometimes is our amateur DM willing and able to admit that not all his new ideas are pure gold, and reverts them back or at least closer to RAW.
Well, I'm glad too, but that's not the point. The point is that the very fact that any major improvement we got so far consisted fundamentally in Larian removing some of their "homebrew" proves that maybe disliking some of their past and current choices is not really about "being a D&D fanatic" and there was something wrong with their decisions.