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I've not been able to touch 4th at all yet :(
While I've enjoy what I've been able to experience of 4E so far, I don't really want to get into that whole debate (because people have firmly entrenched opinions, and to be perfectly honest, not everything is right for everyone).
But that said, gestalt stuff is all from the 3.5 rules (Unearthed Arcana to be specific).
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Gestalt characters sound munchkinesque to me.
Oh, they kind of unabashedly are. It says in the very first line that it's a 'high power variant.'
But again, like I said, they're most useful for a game with very few (like one or two) players. Since D&D 3.5 basically assumes that you have certain things available (notably someone to be healing) gestalt lets you have less than four players and still have something akin to a functioning game.
I'd never suggest doing anything close to gestalt for a standard (3+ player) D&D game. Unless you really just want to go full out high-power ridiculously over the top fun. But even then, I'd probably suggest you play a game like Exalted instead, which is designed to be over the top, high-powered fun.
Meh I'll stick with Hackmaster and my inevitable party wipe due to a critical miss. Much more entertaining :P
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