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On 3/20/2018 at 7:35 PM, RedMageStatscowski said:

Fiddly is right.  It's one of the reasons I like 2e, so I don't have to spend so much time setting up the terrain instead of just playing.  It's a lot less intimidating for new players too if I show the game to some.

Well I don't think that sorting through over 100 tiles is actually faster than putting out the occasional piece of terrain. I do think that having smaller maps, not having to specifically place all sorts of different monsters and the inability of just about every monster to show up in every quest speeds things up considerably. 

The fiddly part I was referring to is how the terrain has a tendency to get knocked around during the game.

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