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As for having control into what goes into my encounters, I find it far easier with basic D&D. I have at this point created over 100 unique monsters, plus have everything in the Rules Cyclopedia and Creature Catalogue. 

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1 hour ago, PaganMegan said:

You'd like Jon then.


But I hear he dies even more often in BECMI than in PF. ::P:

I mean... I'm not exactly a killer DM... I don't set out to kill the PCs... it just... happens. They've gotten a lot better!

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