According to my research, the blurb says this:
What do you think of the "new material" in the book?The Book-House on The Piazza wrote:The Player's Handbook II builds upon existing materials in the Player's Handbook. This is the first direct follow up to the best-selling and most used D&D rulebook. It is specifically designed to expand the options available for players by both providing new material and increasing the uses for existing rules. Included are chapters on character race, background, classes, feats, spells, character creation, and character advancement. New rules include racial affiliations that make race matter as a character advances in level, new character classes and alternate class features for existing classes, new feats, tools for rapid character creation, and additional organisation and teamwork benefits — an option first introduced in Dungeon Master's Guide II and Heroes of Battle.
What sort of stuff does it add to the game?
If you have run a game with 3e, and looked at PHB II, did you add all the options in this book into your game, or did you restrict the book?
Would you add a few options from this book? Or would you add most of the options from this book?