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How far does the EA allow you to go up to?
 

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I know this is just the EA release but I still find it amusing that they're facing these difficulties since the city their HQ is located in also suffered from a city-wide power outage on the day of DOS2's release.
 

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How far does the EA allow you to go up to?
Level 4 IIRC
Is level 4 a lot? I'm not familiar with DnD 5th edition.
I think the game caps at level 10, so its about 1/3 in.
Oh damn, that's pretty low, how is that in terms of power? What is a lvl 10 character meant to be? Cause I know that in DnD 3rd edition lvl 20 is meant to be one of the greatest mortals, basically legendary, and lvls 20-30 is demigod. What's lvl 10 in dnd 5th edition meant to represent?
 
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How far does the EA allow you to go up to?
Level 4 IIRC
Is level 4 a lot? I'm not familiar with DnD 5th edition.
I think the game caps at level 10, so its about 1/3 in.
Oh damn, that's pretty low, how is that in terms of power? What is a lvl 10 character meant to be? Cause I know that in DnD 3rd edition lvl 20 is meant to be one of the greatest mortals, basically legendary, and lvls 20-30 is demigod. What's lvl 10 in dnd 5th edition meant to represent?
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I think the game caps at level 10, so its about 1/3 in.
Oh damn, that's pretty low, how is that in terms of power? What is a lvl 10 character meant to be? Cause I know that in DnD 3rd edition lvl 20 is meant to be one of the greatest mortals, basically legendary, and lvls 20-30 is demigod. What's lvl 10 in dnd 5th edition meant to represent?
From the D&D basic rules:
In the first tier (levels 1–4), characters are effectively apprentice adventurers. They are learning the features that define them as members of particular classes, including the major choices that flavor their class features as they advance (such as a wizard’s Arcane Tradition or a fighter’s Martial Archetype). The threats they face are relatively minor, usually posing a danger to local farmsteads or villages.

In the second tier (levels 5–10), characters come into their own. Many spellcasters gain access to 3rd-level spells at the start of this tier, crossing a new threshold of magical power with spells such as fireball and lightning bolt. At this tier, many weapon-using classes gain the ability to make multiple attacks in one round. These characters have become important, facing dangers that threaten cities and kingdoms.
 

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