Originally Posted by F. Gilmakin
You wouldn't happen to have a pdf of the maps from that would you? I bought my copy of B2 used for dirt cheap and the previous owner ripped all the maps out.
Arrrgh. Unfortunately, no. I went diving into our now-closed FLGS and bought my TD&D adventures over the course of a number of years.
EDIT: One of my players observed that you don't so much "build" a character in C&C as "select" one. Pick a race, pick a class, pick your primes. The differences based solely on stats are pretty small (an 18 or 19 only confers a 15% bonus over a 9-12), and may be overshadowed by bonuses from race. This simplicity makes it a bit difficult for some people to get... they're used to a lot more mechanical fiddling in their character creation. However, it makes it very easy to pick up a character and go, and, IMO, allows more energy to be given to their non-mechanical development.
The Cranky Gamer
*It isn't realism
, it's verisimilitude
; the appearance of truth within the framework of the game.
*"My Little Pony" is the name of my Wyld Stallyns cover band.
*"I'll give you a hint. It begins with 'L', ends in 'd', and has an 'awful goo' in the middle."
*Since I'm bound to mention it and you're bound to ask: C&C stands for Castles and Crusades.
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