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1,136 posts (1,137 including aliases). No reviews. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 alias.

Is it just me, or did the background color of quoted text passages on the board change recently? First quotes are white. Only quotes of quotes are still in blue.

If it was changed globally, can we get back to how it was before? It is almost impossible to distinguish between quotes and original text. Or can we at least get an option to switch back?


As suggested, I take the discussion here.

My initial post again:
I just bought the issue and only got to read the Shaman class. Maybe I'm missing something, but it seems pretty overpowered compared to the Druid.

The Druid gets spellcasting, Nature Bond, and Wild Shape, among others.

The Shaman gets spellcasting, Spirit Bond, Totem Secret, and Wild Shape, among others. It seems to me that a choice between either Wild Shape or Spirit Bond would be the way to go here.

I like the concept of the class, but I wouldn't alow it in my game as it is.


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