Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Episode 79 will live on FOREVER!

Hello, everyone! This week we cover a topic that was brought up recently on our subreddit: Immortality. Not just immortality- specifically, immortality as a character goal in a tabletop game and whether it's good or bad for the game. We also talk about swords that can trap your soul, erasing classes, creating classes, all sorts of stuff. I think we got some really good discussion in this one, so come along and see what you think!

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Thanks for listening, and come back next week for more!

Episode 79: Achieving Immortality

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Question answered this episode:

1. What should a DM do when a player has outrageous goals for their character, beyond the scope of the campaign?


Noteworthy Links:

D&D meets Magic: The Gathering

Tyler Kamstra's Monstrous Races guide

Arcade Memories Podcast

Treasure of the Broken Hoard, a five-part adventure I've been running

G Gundam Toonami Intro

Spirit Sword on Yu Yu Hakusho

Fullmetal Alchemist

Romance on The Office

Death Becomes Her - A movie from the early 90s about the dangers of immortality

Epic Destinies from 4th Edition

American Horror Story: Hotel

Kender are terrible

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