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I have played Dungeons & Dragons 4th edition for a long time now, and I am sorry to see it go. I liked the complexity of it, where as 5e is really based on quickly getting through encounters.

Is it possible to play a completely solo D&D 4e game, on a budget? In the Red Box, in the player's book, there is a little bit of a solo game at the end, but I cannot find another solo adventure anywhere. I know there is this online game, but I'd like to play it on the tabletop.

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    \$\begingroup\$ When I was learning 4e, I used to play on my own to understand how things work, so its definitely possible. But am I understanding correctly that your question is more about the existence of a published adventure for you to follow? \$\endgroup\$ – GMNoob May 3 '15 at 17:45
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    \$\begingroup\$ If your concern is you won't be able to find players for 4th edition, I am sure that there will be people who don't transition to 5th edition. There are people still playing every edition of D&D, and there will be others who feel as you do. \$\endgroup\$ – Barret May 3 '15 at 17:45

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