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Please Note: This product requires the Dungeons & Dragons® Player’s Handbook from Wizards of the Coast®. Want to play Deadlands but prefer the d This is the D20 version of the best-selling, award-winning Deadlands: the Weird West! DriveThruRPG: Your One-Stop Shop for the Best in RPG PDF Files! . West, or in a more generic “steam and sorcery” campaign, these rules work well. Deadlands Classic: 20th Anniversary Edition Core Rulebook – This is the It’s not uncommon to need five or six sets of dice from d4 to d

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I enjoy both of them and the players in both games have fun and that’s really why we play isn’t it?

I may indeed like it. How many versions are there and are eulebook that varied? Reloaded looks pretty good and I found a electronically fillable character sheet to boot.

If you grab one of the other Deadlands or Savage Worlds editions, the system’s not going to take any longer to learn than it would to sift through the materials for the d20 version. And I disagree that the game isn’t really dependent on the system because the system is the game.

Knowledge is power, after all. Some on them are rather vague and the book encourages the GM to come up with their own. Quick question, which version of Savage worlds does Reloaded work off of? Basically all the same capabilities within all the classes save for the flavor text accompanying it.


We both had fun, had different stuff to do and got along fine until my character ended up under a steam wagon. I linked him to this thread so hopefully he can jump in and converse.

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The other two editions rulebooo just much more fresh in terms of atmosphere, and the sort of game they produce. I can’t think of any adaptation of an already existing system into the D20 ruleset that didn’t turn out to be terrible.

I’ve never seen such a harsh response to a D20 adaptation. Just about all of the books had an adventure in the back, although there are a few specific major storyline books. Is there no class system or is it just based off the edges and stuff you pick for your character? Classes basically do the same thing.

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Rulebbook you can solve any mystery by summoning the murder victim’s ghost, figure out who the culprit was by Linking History and an illusion spell and then sending a demon to haunt the killer’s dreams until he confesses, things get boring. You get what you want without the extra fluff.

I don’t know how to shrink the quote. I dont know how to sum it up really Just a personal preference, I like fantasy games to be high powered. I’ve seen books made for other editions, but have never s20 the opportunity to play.

SW still works dice and poker chips where it can.

The Devil’s Tower trilogy was particularly awesome. I’ve yet to see one.

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This is partially fixed in the new pathfinder system. Classic Deadlands seems to be seen as the clunkiest rendition of the system with the most flavor. Here’s some things called “One-sheet adventures” from the publishers. Readlands fact the only thing that every character should have is the guts skill which is because everything is scary as hell in the weird west. Deadlands is better of without them.

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Also, I’d like to know a little more about classic. You might not be rjlebook any encounters for the journey. That’s weird to hear from you seeing as how you love running extremely high power games. I guess what I’m really interested in is what about the game mechanics makes it unplayable? That said, I know there are disadvantages to the 3E rules. I’m happy to jump in on this conversation and am open to all suggestions.

Honestly, I wouldn’t say that Deadlands is a game that gains anything by avoiding classes. Having played through almost the entirety of the published scenarios from the original system’s production run, I can say that there are some pretty epic storylines out there to use. However, I dunno about the rest of you, but it was also the 2nd gaming system I ever learned after the Call of Cthulhu version of BRP and I didn’t cote any problems with it.