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  • Bunker-Monkey
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    Best way to be!

  • Grendel
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    I'm both, I buy the books and maintain a subscription. I prefer the books in my dirty hands but maintain the subscription so my I can DM casually with my daughter's family and friends and have everything so they don't have to buy.

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  • un2xs
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    I have not bought anything from WOTC since they decided to employ sensitivity editors. That goes for both sides of the house... MTG as well as D&D.
    But, that's OK.... I am not a big fan of 5E anyway. Way too easy to ROLL play instead of ROLE play.

    And, before I get asked... No, I have not sold any more cards beyond the two I sold I couple of years ago. But it does look like the prices have gone up in the last year. Hmmmm.....

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  • Bunker-Monkey
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    Originally posted by Nish View Post

    Holy crap it's alive!
    I was only mostly dead, which is partly alive...

    Bunker

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  • Nish
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    Originally posted by Bunker-Monkey View Post
    I also own all of the sourcebooks on DnD beyond. Since we've gone digital this is a huge help for my players as I can share every book I buy with them.

    This doesn't stop me from buying hardcover books, but I am a little behind since the price is higher... but Support your local game store!

    Bunker
    Holy crap it's alive!

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  • Bunker-Monkey
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    I also own all of the sourcebooks on DnD beyond. Since we've gone digital this is a huge help for my players as I can share every book I buy with them.

    This doesn't stop me from buying hardcover books, but I am a little behind since the price is higher... but Support your local game store!

    Bunker

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  • Looper
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    I'm old an have a fair amount of expendable income.

    I have bought the whole catalog on D&DBeyond because it nice to have access to the info from all my electronic devices. I also subscribe so others I am playing with can have access to the content.

    When I do pick up a hard copy book from WotC I opt for the Collectors Edition Covers and then save them on the shelf knowing I never have to crack them open but I can if I want.

    I will say I'm not happy about re-buying the same content or not being able to use the purchased content across other platforms, Roll20, D&DBeyond, Fantasy Grounds, etc.

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  • mtaylor
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    You know my view 😉

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  • Nish
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    DnDBeyond

    Do you buy books on there?

    Do you subscribe?

    Why or why not?
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