Blogger Christopher Bishop posted the first of a multi-part review of Adventures Dark and Deep on Multiverse today. Do check it out – I’ve never seen such an in-depth review.
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Wargamer and RPG'er since the 1970's, author of Adventures Dark and Deep, Castle of the Mad Archmage, and other things, and proprietor of the Greyhawk Grognard blog.
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This post is probably as good a place as any to ask, so I’ll ask something that’s bugged me for a long time.
Why were thieves the class that demihumans could attain unlimited levels in? Did Gary Gygax ever give any rationale for this choice? It doesn’t quite mesh with the “specialties” of most of the demihumans as they’ve evolved in D&D through the years, with dwarves being great warriors, elves being great wizards, etc.
As a side effect, I also note how demihumans in Gary Gygax-penned materials are often multiclassed, another odd quirk given how it’s humans that are portrayed as the “jack of all trades” race.
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