Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Episode 107! It's here!

Welcome back, everyone! We've got another fun episode for you this week- we discuss what to do during downtime in-fiction (such as the period between adventures), as well as how to get your players to come up with business for their characters during downtime; and we also talk about how to make a tabletop game enjoyable for people who want to join purely as spectators or watchers. (Have you ever played in a game with spectators? Despite how common Actual Play podcasts are, to me that sounds like it would be unbearably dull, but hey, it happens.)

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This week's winner of our Chapel on the Cliffs drawing is Nathan J! Congratulations, Nathan! You should get your copy within the next few days. Whenever you have a chance to read it over, be sure to leave Goblin Stone a review! They're a great company and would love to use your feedback to improve their products.

Would you like to enter the drawing? It's easy- just e-mail us at InterPartyConflict@gmail.com with "Chapel on the Cliffs" in the subject line! It's that easy! We've been running low on applicants for quite some time, so your chances of winning are very good! Like, VERY good! Seriously!

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- as well as the new Actual Play podcast on the Critnation Fellowship, Brute Force and Ignorance!

One last thing- be sure to get yourself a copy of Crit Academy's Unearthed Tips & Tricks book! It's a great product, and I helped write it!

We'll see you next week- what do you plan on doing until then?

Episode 107: Taking Some Time Off

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Question answered this episode:

1. What should player characters do with free time?

2. I have some friends that are interested in sitting in on a gaming session as watchers. What are some things I can do to make their experience as enjoyable as possible?


Noteworthy Links:

Suncoast, a chain of video retail stores that had a reputation (among our friend group) for having extremely intrusive employees

Dodge, duck, dip, dive, and dodge

The Sims

Nintendo Switch Announcement Trailer

Phone a Friend

Crossfire, a 90s board (?) game with an extremely catchy theme song

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