In other words, each level will be split up into ranks, of which there is four. Level one, rank one. Level one, rank two. And so on and so forth. The levels will still work the same as D&D rules, the rank will give you one enhancement from a pool (CoH anyone?). Well, the rank will give you “action points” which you can use to buy an “enhancement” which is something like a “feat”. I think.
And special bonus, at release DDO will only go up to level 10 instead of 20. So that means it goes to 40, right? Hmm. So 40 is the new 10 and 80 is the new 20 but 10 is still the old 10 and 20 is still the old 20 except 20 does not exist, at least not yet. Does any of this make sense?
Honestly, perhaps it is just me, but I just don’t get Ken Troop.
50 GOTO 10
This just in, former Turbinite, Jason Booth, comments on something that sounds kind of critical about decisions strikingly similar to this one without actually naming any names.