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June 10th, 2019, 19:13
Is it just me, or does the pricing on the 'Complete' handbooks feel excessive?

I mean, these digital version are $2.00 more than the original print versions cost, and this format requires no ink or paper!

Plus, there are like 14 of those books, if they all get converted. That mean's almost $300 just to have a catalog of player options as a DM.

Yes, I know they are 'optional', but seriously, how many of us played 2e without these books? It was what gave flavor to the boiler-plate PC's of the core rules.

I know this is probably driven by WotC… so WotC, IF you are even reading this... Please rethink your mandated pricing on these handbooks. They should be selling for $9.99 max!

Don't make D&D only for the wealthy!


June 10th, 2019, 19:20
Discussed in another thread, starting at this post and going to post #24: https://www.fantasygrounds.com/forums/showthread.php?49197-Supplement-Modules&p=437971&viewfull=1#post437971

June 10th, 2019, 23:31
One hopes that at some point there might be a "Complete..." bundle for 2e content.