Popular Class Removed From Dungeons & Dragons
Thursday 17 June 2059 95065 Shares
Wizards of the Coast Removes Ranger Class in Controversial Move
Long since thought to be the worst class, and very hotly debated amongst players of the game, the Ranger class and all its subclasses will be removed from all future publications released by gaming company Wizards of the Coast.
“This decision was not made in haste”, says Jeremy Crawford, Lead Rules Designer for the company. “We want a game that is immersive, challenging, inclusive, and above all, fun. After many playtests, we’ve determined that the Ranger class really doesn’t fit within those parameters.”
Fans of the game are already expressing mixed reactions to the decision. While some believe this is a long time coming, others are furious that their personal favorite class will be removed. In a statement released this morning from Wizards of the Coast, it was made clear that all past and current publications are still playable, as the game’s sixth edition will not be released for some time. The company also encouraged players to continue to homebrew and create a game that works best at their own personal table.
Crawford also noted, “We don’t want to yuck anybody’s yum, so if you want to play a Ranger, you are obviously more than welcome to. But the decision to remove the Ranger class was made with players in mind, and we want to create a game that works the best for the most amount of people.”
We’ve yet to see where this decision will take the game, both in current and future editions. Only time will tell. Leave us a comment below to tell us what you think of this decision.
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