At D&D Celebration 2021 last week, the final panel of the event was called The Future of D&D, where they announced that in 2024 there will be an “Evolution” in D&D that will be “backwards-compatible” with 5e (Fifth Edition, the current version of the game). While fans have been wondering if they were going to announce a Sixth Edition, their specific phrasing leads many to believe that this is going to be more of an update to the existing rules, rather than a new system. Personally, I’m making my 6e Wishlist already, but I’ll hold onto that for a few more years it seems.
Before we talk about 5.5, let’s take a look at 3.5. In 2000, the 3rd Edition was released, and it was fairly popular, but three years later, it got a slight update, and 3.5 was released. This was the most popular version of the game there…
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