Bill Paley (mycroftca) wrote in 50bookchallenge,
Bill Paley

I'm listing that I read two D&D rulebooks over the last few days because, heck, I read 'em. What can I say? I'm planning on using these new rulebooks to run a game that's been in abeyance for the last couple of years, and I think I got stale with the old ruleset. Anyway, I've finished D&D 5th Edition Players Handbook and D&D 5th Edition Monster Manual. Later this month I expect to finish another one, too.

Are they good? I wouldn't recommend them to anyone not interested in participating in roleplaying games, but I found them reasonably intriguing given their specialized nature.

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