[Rokugan][5e] Li Shenron's D&D Next Rokugan conversions

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[Rokugan][5e] Li Shenron's D&D Next Rokugan conversions

Post by Big Mac » Tue Mar 14, 2017 12:09 pm

An EN World user, called Li Shenron, put up a topic, a few yers back called Rokugan RPG fantasy setting conversion for D&DNext (preliminary thoughts).

Has anyone over here been converting Rokugan to 5th Edition? What do you think of Li Shenron's ideas? Have you done similar things?
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Re: [Rokugan][5e] Li Shenron's D&D Next Rokugan conversions

Post by Mike Myler » Sun Mar 19, 2017 4:43 am

Kiiiinda. We added a few more races and made everything a little higher tech (although technology = heresy, so, take of that what you will) but playing it in the timeline before all that happens is very doable.
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