How WOTC Can Get My Money

Wizards of the Coast is reprinting the D&D 3.5 core books.  Interestingly, they are actually fixing the errata, so the new printings will be a useful purchase for anybody still playing un-Pathfindered 3.5.

Is there anybody who does that?

I bought the 3.5 core books at Half-Price Books right after 4E came out.  I ran one horribly disastrous group campaign and one clumsy-ass duet campaign with them.  For the most part, it just convinced me of my bias toward point-buy/skill-based systems rather than class/level systems.

There is, however, one condition under which I would happily buy new printings of the 3.5 books – a condition under which I suspect another 14,951 people would, too – and that’s if they did a licensed Order of the Stick edition.

I might even try running it again.

(Admittedly, I already plan on buying Ed Greenwood Presents: Elminster's Forgotten Realms.  I'm a sucker for the idea of unadulterated Ed Greenwood.  And it comes out on my birthday!  And then I'll run it with Savage Worlds!)


  1. Have you seen the free paper miniatures over at They're done in the exact same style as Order of the Stick. I just love them.


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