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Postby A Letter From Prague » Fri Oct 14, 2005 6:13 pm

So i was wondering, is there any plans to provide a True20 quickstart, maybe when the print version is produced?
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Postby timemrick » Fri Oct 14, 2005 7:21 pm

Because the core rules are pretty generic, a True20 quickstart adventure might be best done as a tie-in to one of the winning settings that will be included in the full print version. (The Blue Rose Fast Play works because it introduces that world as well as the rules.) Such a thing would be completely up to the setting's publisher to produce, but might be an excellent way to market both the core rules and the setting.
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Postby KnightSage » Sat Oct 15, 2005 1:21 pm

I don't really see the need for a True 20 Quickstart Ruleset. Because they are a streamlined and (IMHO) improved compilation of d20, True 20 is, in a way, already a quickstart rules set. After all, GR has blatantly stated that they expect (demand?) the True 20 rules to be expanded and customized to whatever setting they are used for. At only $10, they are an affordable investment, even without an additional "quickstart" suppliment.
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