Sunday, April 21, 2019

Episode 114 - In the Thick of It

[Dang it, I did it again! This is the last time, I promise.]

Hello again, everyone! This week's episode is all about combat in game; specifically, combat etiquette and what should or shouldn't be allowed in the middle of battle while sitting at the gaming table. We definitely had a lot to say about this, so hopefully you enjoy listening to this episode as much as we enjoyed making it!

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Episode 114: In the Middle of Combat

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Question answered this episode:

1. How do you feel about 'table talk' during combat?

2. How do I get a player to vary up their tactics in combat?

3. Do you think you should be able to Ready actions outside of combat?


Noteworthy Links:

Mammalian Skeleton - Before recording Jeff mentioned something about how drawings of fantasy creatures often include nonsensical features only found in humans (since they don't exist and we're usually basing them off ourselves), and the example he gave to me was a specific bone that only exists in the arms of mammals (despite that bone often being visible in drawings of non-mammalian fantasy creatures, like Lizardfolk). I made a brief reference to this in the episode. I don't know what bone he was referring to, but I've provided a link to a page all about the mammalian skeleton, so maybe you can find it for yourself?

OJ, Purple Stuff

Harry Potter (Warning: NSFW Language)

Challenge of Champions

Tetris Effect

Sonic & Knuckles

Quintessential Ranger by Mongoose

Beyond Monks: The Art of the Fight

Monstrous Races by Tyler Kamstra

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