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20 Level System: Explained

Posted by Jon Wood on Aug 16, 2005  | Comments

20 Level System: Explained -

Dungeons and Dragons Online Lead Designer Ken Troop talks about DDO’s somewhat unique levelling system.

Hey everyone.  I'm Ken Troop, lead designer on Dungeons & Dragons® Online: Stormreach".   This development diary delves into the background behind a very important issue: advancement in DDO.

In pen and paper D&D, most campaigns have a level cap of 20.  Of course, many campaigns will never have their characters get to 20, either because it takes too long, or because a group decides that it's more fun to reroll once their characters get into their "level teens".  D&D also has the option of "epic levels" -- advancement past level 20.  Some groups take advantage of this, others stay away, preferring the experience of 1-20 advancement...

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