If you’re playing 4th edition, you want to be selling your soul for dark powers. The Warlock came out on top of last week’s poll asking what your favorite 4e class is. The new, improved Rogue comes in second, fueled by stabby stabby. The Fighter is a close third, with the other new class Warlord falling right after that. Laser clerics and no longer always-LG Paladins come in at the bottom.
As I observe my D&D games in the present day, and compare them to the games of yore in high school and college, the biggest difference that has to be taken into account is how many people in the game are married. While jobs and other committments that come with being a “grown-up” (something I haven’t mastered yet) are often the reason for difficulties, the responsibilities of being a husband/wife factor into everything when planning and putting together games. Plus, just take a look at ChattyDM’s thread on people’s reactions to your RPG hobby and see how many people talk about the role of a significant other in their gaming, and you’ll see what I mean.
Thus I ask…