RE: [pcgen] move on, nothing to see here
- That’s what's happening to our d20 material, all of it was delayed in
order to bring it up to compatibility with 3.5.
Of course that does include the books we already printed for 3.0 which
are also being revised in order to bring them in line with the new 3.5
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From: Devon Jones [mailto:soulcatcher@...]
Sent: Sunday, February 01, 2004 10:27 AM
Subject: Re: [pcgen] move on, nothing to see here
Well, there is still the issue that 95% of the D20 material out there is
made for 3.0, *not* 3.5 - and many people want us to add support for
those books - granted, some are using those D20 books in 3.5 campaigns
(like me) but 3.0 needs to keep working for those books to be correctly
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- It basically depends on how they were written by the publisher.
I would imagine any new sources publishers produce will be geared towards
3.5 and that's how they'll be coded for PCGen.
Older stuff was obviously created for 3.0 rules and so will be coded that
I would presume if OGL publishers put out conversion documents, we'd have a
set for each ruleset. :p
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jay - Firesbane [mailto:firesbane2@...]
> Thank you for chiming in.
> I have a related question regarding outside sources. Are the
> bulk of them
> written to work with 3.0 or 3.5, or does it not matter.
> > Date: Sat, 31 Jan 2004 20:25:53 -0500
> > From: "Barak" <barak@...>
> >Subject: RE: Re: move on, nothing to see here
> >The upshot is that *both* are going to be supported to the
> best of our
> >ability. We will *not* forsake one for the other.
> >~ PCGen BoD
> >~ OS Silverback