|#1zombiegleemaxJan 22, 2004 23:29:51||Ok so I know they are basically the same book, so which one should I read. Should I read the PHB and keep the RL3e as historical reference or should I read both to make sure I experience every word?|
|#2quentingeorgeJan 22, 2004 23:59:48||From what I understand, RLPHB has all of RL3E, in addition to some questionable content.|
Someone else could probably explain it better.
|#3zombiegleemaxJan 23, 2004 8:11:47|
Originally posted by QuentinGeorge
That's a good description actually.
The additionnal rule in the RLPHB are very debated. Most veterans here consider them ill-conceived. The developpers who incorporated them say they are optional rules only but these rules aren't in a sidebar or anything so it's hard to know they are optional.
|#4platinumwarlockJan 23, 2004 9:42:28||While I realize that the developers have said otherwise, when I read the rules (after borrowing the 3.5 version from a friend) I found no indication that the rules were optional at all.|
Mention was made that a DM should reduce the powers checks for leveling up, if a character was acting altruistically, but I didn't find any portion that said "Optional Rule:" or such.
|#5zombiegleemaxJan 23, 2004 10:39:54||well knowing how White Wolf tends to work, they may be looking at the entire book as "optional rules"|
anyone else remember WW's Golden Rule?
for vampire, it's ok. it was set up that way.
for d20, that's a cop-out.