Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Episode 66: Where Gabe Tries Really Hard Not To Make A Fool Of Himself

Hey there listeners! I hope you all have had a great week. We have a very special episode for you today- we're joined by Gary Butterfield, one of the hosts of several of the Duckfeed.tv podcasts! He's currently making more podcasts than most people listen to in a week, I'd wager, and I've been a huge fan for several years. I can honestly say if it weren't for him and his co-host Kole Ross, I wouldn't have gotten into podcasting myself (and I would've had to find something to fill the five or six hundred hours I've filled with Duckfeed podcasts). So let me extend a big, hearty thank you to Gary not only for making great shows, but for coming on Inter-Party Conflict!

This week, the three of us cover some interesting topics- poisoned armor that bites you, making travel interesting, summoning/killing gods, chronic tardiness, and more. Also, after edits this episode ended up a little bit shorter than I was expecting, so stick around after the outro to listen to me and Jeff open up a gift package I won from Adventures in Erylia! (Also, check our Facebook and Twitter for pictures!)

For the second week in a row, the guy who submitted our Dragon's Hoard item (Shawn M) is also the winner of our Chapel on the Cliffs drawing! So, congratulations Shawn! You should get an e-mail from Benoit over at Goblin Stone within the day, and if you don't, let me know and I'll sort it out. But once you've read it over, let Goblin Stone know what you think! The best thank-you is a review, me pappy always used to say.

And if anyone else would like to enter the drawing, it's as easy as e-mailing us at InterPartyConflict@gmail.com with "Chapel on the Cliffs" in the subject line!

And remember, Goblin Stone is one of the content creators from 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!

Also- if you want to hear any of the plethora of shows that Gary is a part of, then head over to Duckfeed.tv and see what they have! While their main focus is video games, they've got something for everybody, and I give them my unqualified recommendation.

So thanks to everyone for listening, and have a great week!

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Questions answered this episode:

1. How can I make travel more interesting?

2. My players want to perform a ritual to summon an avatar of their deity. What components (arcane reagents, incantations, blood sacrifices, etc.) should this ritual require?

3. Should I feel bad for having to cancel on a group?


Noteworthy Links:

Mazes & Monsters starring Tom Hanks

Neon Skies Studio, the website of Gary's friend Jala Prendes

SSI's "Goldbox" D&D Computer Games, a series of games that included Curse of the Azure Bonds and Pool of Radiance

Bayonetta, a high-speed character action game that you should all play

Enter the Gungeon, a twin-stick shooter roguelike out on all current-gen systems

A Simpsons Clip containing a line commonly referenced on Duckfeed.tv podcasts

PowerWorlds.com, Gary's amazing website for his book, Souls of Darkness

A few Roleplaying games mentioned by Gary:

Iron Kingdoms, a roleplaying game from Privateer Press

Blades in the Dark, a game from Evil Hat Productions

Fate, a popular narrative-focused RPG

Dungeon World, an RPG from Sage Kobold productions

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