Tuesday, August 8, 2017

A new milestone- episode 30! And it's a big one!

This is a very special episode of Inter-Party Conflict- we have our first guest host! And it's not just anybody, but fellowship member Justin from Crit Academy! It was a blast having him on the show and he provided some great insights that we wouldn't have gotten otherwise. If you haven't listened to Crit Academy yet I highly, highly recommend it. (In fact, if you listen to their most recent episode as of this posting- you just might hear a familiar guest on their show!)

(It's me. I was a guest on their show. In case you didn't get the hint.)

In this episode we talk about Roll20, Halfling Diviners, fitting characters concepts into pre-written material and paying people so you can send them on quests. Justin provided both the Dragon's Hoard item and the tale for the Funeral Pyre, so a huge thanks to him!

If I can, let me just remind you all to go to Audibletrial.com/Conflict to get yourself a free audiobook. And as always, please rate/review/subscribe to us on iTunes, and thanks for listening!

Episode 30 - Wealth of Fellowship

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Questions answered this episode:

1. What do you think of just playing with a group of strangers on something like Roll20?

2. What are some good ways of turning a massive amount of wealth a character acquired into worth while plot hooks? In other words, how can they use that money to drive the story?

3. How do you integrate your characters back stories and personal goals into pre-written material? And does running pre-written material for a whole campaign put a strain on you creatively?


Noteworthy links:

Roll20, a great resource for playing games online

Dark Souls, a great game that we reference from time to time

Return to the Temple of Elemental Evil

Eberron, the official D&D campaign setting


This week's Audible Picks:

Way of Kings, by Brandon Sanderson

Ready Player One, by Ernest Cline (Note: Apparently Audible also has a version not narrated by Wil Wheaton. However, it's in German. So take your pick.)

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