Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Four's a crowd, am I right?

For all of your waiting with bated breath, here's episode four! The phantom sound issues I had last time are still present, but editing this episode has made me realize that they may be entirely in my head. So disregard any and all warnings about room noise or clicking in the background. Also, there's totally not a ghost haunting this track. Totally. Anyone who tells you otherwise is in league with the ghost. Except there is no ghost. Anyway, what were we talking about again?

Episode four continues our Dragon's Hoard segment, and this time it's another entry from an official source. I have a couple user-submitted homebrew items that we'll probably cover next time- in the meantime, feel free to submit your own! Any item that you think could have some fun or interesting uses, go ahead and send them to InterPartyConflict@gmail.com.

So thank you all for listening, and be sure to tell your friends, as well as rate, review, and subscribe on iTunes!


Questions answered this episode: 

1. In the 5E era do you find alignments a hold over that should be eventually moved past?

2. All about backstories: Realistic backstory given starting level, flaws, quirks, connections to other people/places, story hooks, etc.?

3. Should I try to solve the Martial vs. Magic balance problem with house rules, or try to integrate every character with different tasks so they don't feel useless?

4. What are the pros and cons to homebrew campaigns, classes, races, backgrounds, etc.?

5. What is your preferred Supers system?


Noteworthy links:

The Film Reroll, a podcast where they play through famous movies as RPGs

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