Tuesday, September 26, 2017

The Blog Post for Episode 37

Hello ,everyone! It's that time again- another week, another episode of Inter-Party Conflict. Big thanks to everyone who's submitted questions, dragon's hoard items, everything- we really appreciate it! We wouldn't have a podcast without you. I mean, we could just sit here and talk about whatever, but nobody would want to listen to that.


In this episode we talk about going crazy, going to war, and going after someone on foot. All kinds of going, it's crazy. What am I going on about? Who cares!

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Episode 37 - Never Rush Into War

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Questions answered this episode:

1. What's your opinion on and how would you handle having a war going on in your campaign?

2. How do you go about dealing with chases in your campaign?  Do you use the rules on page 252 of the 5e DMG, or do you homebrew it, improv it, or maybe even use a skill challenge? Maybe you use a little bit of each?


Noteworthy links:

Red Hand of Doom, a 3.5 D&D adventure that used war as a backdrop (somehow)

Correlya, an RPG made by a guy I played D&D with a long time ago

The Princess Bride, one of the best movies of all time, hands-down

That scene in Advent Children when everyone works together to throw Cloud upward (the link here is in Japanese with no subtitles, but if you haven't seen the movie don't worry, the dialogue is garbage anyway)

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