Early last year, before Wizards announced it would release a new “fourth” edition of Dungeons & Dragons this year, I completed work on The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Creating Dungeons & Dragons characters. Unfortunately, because the book was written for the game’s third edition (3.5, really), it was bound to be outdated pretty quickly. Delays in the process added up to the book never coming out.
Ironic, then, that I find a review of the book posted on the web. My favorite quote:
Overall it’s not a bad book and the author Matt Forbeck does a pretty good job and if you can’t find a gaming group then it’s worth a read.
I’m so glad to know that. And if there’s really a copy of the book somehow out there, I’d love to see it—no matter which reality it’s from.