should be easy to decipher
So earlier today I went to the chatroom to help a player get his character ready for our online game for this weekend.
I enter the room, say howdy (as per softserve's request), and send a PM (mind you) to the player.
Then the conversation on general chat resumes as follows (to some effect):
person b: hi yukon
person a: sigh
person b: what's the deal, can't say hi to yukon
person a: he likes 4e
person b: yukon, what do you play
So last night during the big hoorah, somebody mentioned if want a quick and dirty game you play 4e, but if you want in-depth role-playing you play 3.5.
First off, are they trying to say simple is bad and complex is better?? I guess if you like a challenge, but why over complexify things? I say stick with the KISS method.
Second, how does 3.5 have any more "in-depth" roleplaying than 4e. The role-playing aspect of any game is up to the players and the