Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Episode 136: They Were Children All Along

Hello everyone! We're back this week with another great episode for you. We discuss playing children in an RPG like D&D- the sort of changes that need to be made, the expectations you should have, and how to make the game feel just as exciting and magical. Let us know your thoughts as well!

And this week we don't have any winners for the Chapel on the Cliffs drawing. (We may have one next week; we'll see.) But if you'd like to enter for a future episode, it's easy- just e-mail us at InterPartyConflict@gmail.com with "Chapel on the Cliffs" in the subject line. That's all it takes, and you'll get yourself a cool, clean copy of Goblin Stone's great spooky adventure, 100% free!

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 D&D Character Lab, and 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!

See you next week, when we're all just a little bit older!

Episode 136: Age Does Matter

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Question answered this episode:

1. How do you think a typical fantasy RPG campaign would go if the PCs' ages were capped at 12 years old (or the non-human equivalent)?


Noteworthy Links:

Gauntlet of Challenge from the King's Quest series (and the inspiration for this week's Dragon's Hoard item)

Sonic Screwdriver, an all-purpose device from Doctor Who


Mouseguard, a tabletop RPG set in a world of rodents

Redwall, a series of books by Brian Jacques featuring a world of rodents

Secret of NIMH, a movie directed by Don Bluth about a world of rodents (but wholly separate from the last two universes)

Juggalos & Faygo

War of the Roses

Dark Souls

Palais Jacques Coeur de Bourges, a french palace that I based a D&D adventure map around

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