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Author:  Orin Skullcrusher [ Wed Mar 16, 2011 5:31 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Flex stat article

I love that they have loosened up the races a bit, making it so, if you wanted to play a certain class, you have a few more races to chose from without taking a hit because its stats didn't line up well.

Author:  Botanicus [ Thu Mar 17, 2011 8:07 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Flex stat article

Torvan - I do a mix of 3e fluff, known 4e fluff, and personal. A large portion of fluff comes from Dragon magazines and the Power series of books, particularly for things like the gods or the Primal Spirits.

Author:  Harknail [ Sat Mar 26, 2011 9:23 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Flex stat article

Agreed, my urban druid with little wilderness experience was inspired in part by a short fluff box in Primal Powers.

Author:  Darkwolf_Bloodsbane [ Thu Apr 21, 2011 10:07 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Flex stat article

deek wrote:
5% isn't so bad. Although, with a character builder, any player books are pretty much obsolete...

We're still below 10% after essentials.

The key is to remember that the majority of the errata is about 2-3X longer than it needs to be, and adjust the page-count there.

There are 23 pages of errata to the PHB 1.

The PHB 320 pages.

That's 8% even. Assuming that the document is no more than twice the length it needs to be (because it states the errata and then reprints the power block/paragraph(s) that it effects), we get 4% change to the PHB 1.

Note that there is much less than one full page changed for every full page taken up by the errata. I would hazard a guess that there's been less than a total of 1% of changes to the actual rules and powers.

Edit: spelling.

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