Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Episode 75, with Jeff and Gabe and Dan and Garin

Welcome back, everyone! We've got a great episode in store for you today. We're joined by two amazing podcasters- Dan and Garin from the D&D Character Lab podcast! Every week they produce an incredibly fun show where they make characters and pit them against each other- we've talked about them more times than I can count but if you haven't given them a listen yet, you should!

This week we talk about remembering character names (or not being able to remember them), playing the same character or character type multiple times, and monster races. We also get some fun out of character voices, and figuring out what CR a Couatl is. (Spoiler: It's 4.) So come along for the ride!

Yet again, we have a new patron! Thank you so much, Doug W! You're so awesome and we appreciate your patronage more than we can say. If anyone else out there would like to join the ever-growing family and get cool bonus content too, so head over to Patreon.com/InterPartyConflict and think about contributing!

This week's Chapel on the Cliffs drawing winner is peacejoypancakes! Congratulations, PJP! Let me know if you haven't gotten your copy within a day or so (and be sure to check your spam folder!). And of course, let Goblin Stone know what you think!

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. That's it!

And remember, Goblin Stone is just one of the great content creators in the Critnation Fellowship! For more books and adventures, check out LoresmythAurican's Lair, and Jeff Stevens- and for more podcasts, visit our friends at Crit Academy and D&D Character Lab!

Have a great Independence Day! "Welcome to erf!"

Episode 75: Our Good Friends

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Questions answered this episode:

1. How do you remember everyone's character names?

2. Do you have a character or character type that you play in every campaign?

3. Do you feel that beast races are appropriate for a party? Orcs, Hobgoblins, Kobolds, Bugbears, and Yaun-Ti are all good, but what about a doppelganger, or a frost giant, a centaur, or maybe even a displacer beast? How far can one go if they want to play a monstrous race?


Noteworthy Links:

I Like Turtles

The DanDWiki episode of D&D Character Lab

Mustard Plug and Skanking in one Youtube video


Shield of Heroic Memories (which we apparently covered on episode 25 but I completely forgot)

Auron, a character from Final Fantasy X

A Wikidot site that I made to catalogue NPCs

Steam Summer Sale

Savage Species

Monstrous Races for 5th Edition from Tyler Kamstra

Ted, a 2012 movie starring Mark Wahlberg and a talking teddy bear

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