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Re: (TFT) a survey of Melee and Wizard editions
this is pretty cool. Apparently I played 3rd edition Melee and 2nd edition
Before I found yall I didn't even know there were editions!
On Thu, Mar 10, 2016 at 9:51 PM, Peter von Kleinsmid <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I still don't get why anyone would prefer any edition of Melee to
> Advanced Melee, with the possible exception of some specific detail
> they prefer, or why much of anything in Advanced Melee would not be
> considered a positive addition when the situation comes up, if it
> ever does.
> Advanced Melee always seemed clearly superior in practically every
> way except shortness and ease of learning for new players.
> Though our group also happily switched to GURPS, too, so clearly
> we have slightly different preferences.
> At 12:08 PM 3/10/2016, Jeffrey Vandine wrote:
>> Honestly, that's probably the best way to do it.Ā We tried to go f
>> "Advanced" and rapidly lost our vision.Ā It's why the first campai
>> e tried failed a few months after the "upgrade."Ā Our next attempt
>> t on for a couple of years (until we all wound up graduating and joining
>> rious branches of the military and whatnot), and had it not been for tha
>> might even still be going...
>> From: David O. Miller <email@example.com>
>> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Sent: Thursday, March 10, 2016 7:42 AM
>> Subject: Re: (TFT) a survey of Melee and Wizard editions
>> Wonderful stuff!
>> It really confirms and validates why our group uses 2nd edition rules.
>> I think it's the best, basic, core version of TFT that there is.
>> When Advanced came out we simply cherry picked the few rules that we
>> liked and brought them into our game. Been playing that now for many,
>> many years.
>> David O. Miller
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