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Eh, I knew it wasn't going to be all that they promised, but it seems it will be less like a Planetside game and more like a Warhammer 40k Battlefront game. If it reaches that point I think it'll be worth 40 bucks.

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Anybody have the Ungrim, Fire Incarnate rules? I would love to see them if you'd be so kind.

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One hearty thank you from america! Gonna take a stroll down nostalgia lane.

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dnd magic specifically?

in that case
>sorcerers would create some kind of master race, and we will see the rebirth of 20th century eugenics and breeding programs as governments scramble to create magic armies. Contrary to what seems to be popular belief on this board, autists and neckbeards will not have some innate talent for magic just because they're bad at everything else.
>learned arcane magic would be a tool/toy reserved for the privileged members of society, and public schools would sure as shit not teach it. After all, that shit if fucking expensive.
>the existence of divine magic would completely reinvent how we elect/appoint our religious leaders (why listen to a non-magical priest over one who can literally talk to god)

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