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I like this edition a lot and I'm definitely not going to stop liking it not matter what I hear, but I'm getting this feeling that amongst tabletop role playing games that there is a sizeable group which dislikes 5e and DnD in general, I'm just curious what are their criticisms?

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I'm open for commissions again and usually do art for Tabletops. It's mostly been 5E, Pathfinder, and Starfinder. But, there have been a few others. (Gamma World being one niche one). You can check out some of my work here and feel free to message me if interested!

A Full Layout is $80, Character Illustration alone is $60, and Pixel Art alone is $20:

https://www.artstation.com/perfectfitz

Thanks,

David(perfect_fitz)

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Hi all. Reading the rules, it seems to me that LFTL needs a little bit of preparation to work correctly.

I want to know if you have ever played it "on the fly" without any preparation about the plot, creating the story with the players aid (informations) and developing it while playng.

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I just started as a GM and am currently running a small campaign. One of my friends, a mage decided to leave the group because of an argument he had with me. The argument had nothing to do with the campaign. I have the power to bring him back or at least convince him to come back. But, I want to leave him alone for awhile so he can calm down. Am I a bad GM for doing this? More importantly, am I a bad friend?

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