Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Two Bonus Episodes for the price of one!

Hello, everyone! I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving!

This week, Jeff and I decided to do things a little bit different- not because of any technical difficulties or scheduling issues, but just because we felt like changing things up a bit. So instead of a typical episode, we've got a more loosely-formatted episode where we just talk about whatever we feel like (though for this particular one, I felt like complaining about the 5e Tarrasque for like an hour). Don't worry, this won't be a common thing for us (unless enough people tell us they want it to be, I guess) but if you like it or dislike it, then please, let us know at InterPartyConflict@gmail.com!

In addition to our loose-form episode, I've recorded an extra bonus mini-episode where I talked to three friends visiting from out of town- Brandon, JT, and Haley, all fans of the show- about D&D and their experiences with it. It was a fun thing to record, so I hope you guys enjoy listening to it!

And as always, remember to check out the other members of the Critnation Fellowship-  Crit Academy and D&D Character Lab for your podcasting needs, and LoresmythGoblin Stone, and Aurican's Lair for quality content. And if you want to get yourself a free audiobook (and/or get us some free cash to make the podcast better) then go to AudibleTrial.com/conflict!

Bonus Episode 2: Jabe and Geff's Rants & Rambles

Bonus Episode 3: Visiting Friends

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Noteworthy Links:

Iron Man

The only computers we had at my school for years

Hyper Man, one of the games Jeff mentioned (I tried to find the Doom spaceship game but didn't have enough information to go off of)

Dan Bell's Dead Mall Youtube Series

Magic Sword, the arcade game I got to play

Le Tarasque on Wikipedia

Rovagug, a deity in the Pathfinder campaign setting that spawned the Tarrasque (among other abominations)

The Tomb of Horrors

Defense of the Ancients (DotA)

Xanathar's Guide to Everything, a new book that is AWESOME

Monster Factory, a Youtube channel from Justin and Griffin McElroy

My attitude towards arguments

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