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D20 compatibility is not that important to me as the D20 D&D modules I’ve seen are of the “lead the players by the nose to tell the story” variety so, like you, I have no interest in using them. However, D20 compatibility is a apparently major positive point to Microlite20 for many players.

James Maliszewski

Microlite20 is a very fine game. I like it a lot and plan to pillage ideas from it as I cobble together my “pulp fantasy D&D” based on OD&D.


There’s a lot to like about Microlite20.

The bothering with d20 compatibility amazes me though.

I don’t think I’ve found any d20 material that I’d want to use so much as to care about compatibility.

And besides, when you’re using a system as light as Microlite20, you can use material from any system because it’s so easy to ignore the given stats and just make up your own on-the-fly.

But, like I said, there’s a lot to like there.