Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Episode 64: The One Where We Hope We Didn't Insult Anybody

Hello, everyone! After last week's episode (I sort of blacked out and next thing I knew the episode was recorded and uploaded to Soundcloud) we're back on the horse. This week we talk about a potentially very serious and sensitive issue- genders in gaming. Specifically, playing a character that does not conform to your own. I think we did a good job of covering our bases and giving some good advice, but if anyone feels differently we'd love your feedback!

In addition to that topic, we also spend a good deal of time talking about the Ready Player One movie (don't worry, no spoilers for the movie- and some very, very light and vague spoilers for the book) as well as a non-magical item from the 3e PHB you probably never noticed, and some tips on adapting a module from one version of D&D to another. I should also mention that I have a new e-mail address for my Arcade Memories project- so if you want to contribute, send me an e-mail at ArcadeMemoriesPodcast@gmail.com!

This week's Chapel on the Cliffs winner is David E! David, you should get an e-mail within the next day or so with instructions on how to redeem it. (If you don't, check your spam filter, or just e-mail me and I'll get you sorted out.) Anyone else who wants to enter can do so by sending us an e-mail with "Chapel on the Cliffs" in the subject line! That's all it takes!

And of course, Chapel on the Cliffs is created by Goblin Stone, one of the content creators on the Critnation Fellowship! For more adventures, check out LoresmythAurican's Lair, and Jeff Stevens- and for more podcasts, visit our friends at Crit Academy and D&D Character Lab!

Oh, and one more thing- I guest-hosted on an episode of the Farscape podcast, The Frellcast! Check out the episode I was on!

I hope you all have a great week! Now go out there and play some characters!

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Questions answered this episode:

1. How to role play a female character?

2. How can a DM modify an older module to 5th edition?


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