Todos juntos: SEM AVANÇOS NA TIMELINE DE EBERRON!

Tudo bem que não era um cataclisma horrível como o que vai atingir Forgotten Realms, mas a notícia que a linha de tempo de Eberron sofreria um avanço de 2 anos na próxima edição do livro básico do cenário trouxe uma chuva de críticas dos jogadores. Muitos se questionou sobre a revelação de segredos icônicos do cenário (o que causou a Mounrland, qual a identidade verdadeira do Lord of Blades) ou sobre mudanças maiores na lógica interna do mundo, como as que têm aparecido nos últimos romances oficiais.

 

Mas hoje James Wyatt trouxe a notícia que os poderes da WotC decidiram que não querem transformar Eberron em um FR II:

Hey Eberron fans,

I’m very pleased to be able to take a break from my work on the Player’s Handbook to come on the boards today and tell you something I think you’ll be happy to hear:

We hear you.

We’ve decided that the 4E Eberron Campaign Setting will not advance the timeline of the setting. The campaign starting year will still be 998YK, and we won’t present major changes to the setting except as necessary to bring 4E elements into the world.

It’s my hope that we’ll be able to sketch out possible directions that events might take, but do that in the same way we do in our 3E sourcebooks—as options, possibilities, suggestions you might want to incorporate into your game. That’s how we’ll sneak in some of the ideas we’ve been kicking around.

Novels won’t become canon. The world won’t change according to the events of The Draconic Prophecies or any other novel. Your campaign will remain your campaign.

Let me thank you all again for your love for Eberron and the passion you put into your games. As exasperated as I get sometimes, you folks are the reason I do and love my job.

Keep playing!

__________________
James Wyatt
D&D Story Team Lead
Wizards of the Coast

 

AEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!

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