But not to gaming. I started playing D&D in 1974, in fact I broke my high school chess club with it in 1976/1977. I've been playing and collecting RPGs ever since. I'd heard of DSA a long time ago and never knew it had tried a previous breakout in the States but I'd always been curious to see it. Now that I have...
I've been making my way gradually through the PDF of the core rules while I wait for the hardcover and I've discovered some interesting things that I don't believe I've ever seen before. First, no typos or any real grammatical errors (at least in the first 57 pages). Second, every time I think I've found a mistake it turns out it was mine, not the books. I attribute part of that to the somewhat unusual layout of the rules and the occasional convoluted examples. But... in the end it all makes sense. I like it. I don't know how my peeps will take to it, but I think it will be enjoyable to try.
I just hope US will manage to adhere closely to their publication schedule, as I find myself eager for the supplemental material.
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