On difference in 5E is the feats are sparser and bigger. Instead of a 5-level feat chain to make two-weapon fighting, you spend one of your rare feats to get the whole kit n' kaboodle. Feats are less incremental improvements, and more paradigm shifting.
4E was not a video game, or even remotely like one. The interrupt and reaction stack cannot be modeled in a modern CRPG.
No, 4E was a CCG. Dungeons & Dragons: The Gathering.
Is anything after the Model-T a Ford?
From my understanding, they had an option to purchase more shares (if this works like ESO's), and they exercised those options to purchase shares and then sell them to Lorraine Williams, giving her controlling interest.
13th Age is pretty great as a grab bag of awesome ideas to pull and slap onto your game of choice. I may never play a game of it, but it definitely inspired me. As for 5E, the best review I heard was: "The simplicity of OD&D, the quirkiness of AD&D, the versatility of 3.x, and the balance of 4E." That sells me, as those are my favorite aspects of those editions.
So you're saying GURPS is the best game for a Dragonball Z campaign? Six seasons later, the flaming dragon-fist punch finally lands...
Is that 1st Edition, 1st Edition, or 1st Edition you're talking about? I only played 1st Edition, I never played the other two 1st Editions.
This is what I get for coming into D&D as a 3tard. Thanks for the correction.
He lost a Will save.
"Vital For Possibility of Earth-like Alien Life"
A lot of assumptions there.
Semantics. The Korean War was not a "police action." Neither was the Vietnam War. Funny how both of those have "war" in the name. Both, BTW, had congressional approval.
The implication of the statement: "US wars with Congressional approval since 1945: 0" is false by the common sense understanding of the word "war". That it is defensible only by a technical legal definition of "war" that does not, in fact, include real, actual wars means that such defenses are picking nits to win debate class, not proffering an actual point.
If you want to talk about whether formal declarations of war should precede any military action, that's a different discussion. The GP intimated that all US military conflicts were done unilaterally by the executive, without consultation of the legislature, and that is demonstrably false.