Tuesday, May 29, 2018

It's the 70th episode! The 70th numbered one, anyway!

Hello out there! This week we have a fun episode. We talk about smiting your enemies, one-shot adventures, armor that carries your body around after you're dead, beating people in the streets, characters named after body parts... We run the whole gamut here at Inter-Party Conflict. Knowhutimean?

Let me ask a question- did this episode sound different to you? Hopefully not. But if so, it might be because Jeff edited this one! Normally I hoard the editing privileges like a greedy dragon fighting off adventurers. But Jeff offered, so I let him go ahead! And I think it turned out great. So everyone go tweet at him or whatever and tell him I said so.

Last week we ran our Roll20 game, which went better than I had hoped (though we didn't have enough time to finish it- we'll have to make plans for that) and we've also gotten a new Red-Tier patron! We recorded this episode before that, though, so we'll be shouting him out on the podcast next week. In the meantime, thanks Christopher! We really appreciate your contribution!

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This week's Chapel on the Cliffs drawing winner is Jonathan S! Congratulations, Jonathan! Check your spam folder if you don't see your e-mail. And be sure to give Goblin Stone a review!

If anyone else would like to enter the drawing, just e-mail us at InterPartyConflict@gmail.com with "Chapel on the Cliffs" in the subject line! It's that easy!

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Have a great week!

Episode 70: One Shot

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Questions answered this episode:

1. How can I clue my players into things happening behind the scenes (unrest and racism in the land, etc.) without outright telling them?

2. In 5e, can a paladin using an attack with divine smite that brings a creature's hit points to zero declare it as non-lethal?

3. What is a one shot? Do they have to have a satisfying ending? Are one shots good or bad for the game?


Noteworthy Links:


Fullmetal Alchemist, an anime Jeff references a lot

Old World Blues, a great DLC for Fallout: New Vegas


Star Trek Generations

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Mutants & Masterminds: The World's Greatest Superhero RPG!

The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror

Groot, a character from the Marvel Universe and Marvel Cinematic Universe

Understanding The Shoulder

Teachings of an Archmage, a podcast created by one of our patrons, Johm Gemstone!

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