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Dec 19, 2001 | 7:33 PM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place December 20, 2001

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This is a simple example of a fight using the ADnD Rules
Just like in Real ADnD Session, You throw 20 sides dice (AKA 1D20).

If you never played ADnD this may look lame to you,
But if you are a hardcore ADnD player you know it is allot
of fun to virtually hit and slash goblins orcs
And sometimes Dragons :)

This is only a demo (first level) - if you like it -
please vote high so I will
Have motivation to upgrade the game to higher levels.
I promise that higher levels will feather ORCS,
Evil wizards and maybe a small red dragon.

Ok, No more bla bla, on with the game

Enjoy:)

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wertner5wertner5

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars July 17, 2010

Its ok

im little dissapointed with the fighter his health is too low and there is no bonus to attack. I do realize this is a demo im looking forward to the full game. Maybe you should add more classes or choice of equipment.



Qpop14Qpop14

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 14, 2009

yes

yes



oskar90oskar90

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars November 3, 2009

lol popertop is a noob!

This demo is quite alright, I like the system. I even tried the other ones you made. The only issue I have is that you can only play as a fighter.

Btw: Popertop is a NOOB, in case he's reading this and for those of you that don't know, AD&D is the proper name for 2nd edition, also 3.0 is not the best version it was so buggy. 3.5 is the best by far :-P


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popertoppopertop

Rated 2 / 5 stars October 13, 2009

I don't understand, why not just do regular D&D?

Isn't AD&D supposed to be advanced D&D? So you would be able to edit your character and roll for stats and such, and pick feats, and you could include a short tutorial with information on all you need to play, it could be very successful.

I feel like limiting the options of the player and simplifying it this much isn't worth making it that much more accessible.

One of the things I don't like about this is how you describe armor class. Aren't you supposed to work toward a high AC, so you need a high attack roll to hit? and those acronyms don't make sense either. THACO? Why not just call it Attack, or To Hit. Much more simple and accurate to what it actually means.

Maybe you're using a different version of D&D, like before the split, maybe you aren't using 3.0 (imo the best version)

It could be soo good and rewarding to even just take a character to level 5.

I hope somebody makes a version like that.


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emilonemilon

Rated 4 / 5 stars January 12, 2009

not to bad

there is nothing more to say