Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Episode 140: It's Getting Pretty Spooky in Here

Hello once again, podcast friends! This week we discuss removing racial ability score bonuses from D&D, and letting players choose them based on other criteria instead. We also discuss a really fun magic item, a rules dispute I had online, and much, much more!

Also, since it's October, I'm watching a horror movie every day and writing an in-depth review about it. You can read my reviews on our Inter-Party Discord (in the Media Recommendations tab), and check the pinned messages for the month's schedule if you want to watch along!

This week's winner of our Chapel on the Cliffs drawing is Skipmonkey! Congratulations, Mr. Monkey! 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! As always, we need more entries for this drawing, so you have very good chances of winning very soon!

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 LairJeff Stevens, and The Kind GM- and for more podcasts, visit our friends at Crit AcademyBrute Force and Ignorance, and the (unfortunately ended) D&D Character Lab!

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, with another great episode!

Episode 140: Various Methods

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Question answered this episode:

1. How would you feel about eliminating racial ability score bonuses and instead letting players have increased stats based on other criteria?


Noteworthy Links:

My October 2019 Movie Viewing List

The Dark Tapes, a terrible example of a found-footage movie

Cloverfield, a slightly better example of a found-footage movie

Blair Witch Project, the one that popularized the medium

Paranormal Activity, another wildly popular found-footage movie

Nightlight, another example of a bad found-footage movie that didn't need to be found-footage

I've Got Two Guns, one for each of ya

DnD Character Lab: Halloween with Inter-Party Conflict!

Reimagining Racial Ability Scores

Hearty Dice Friends

Rakshasa vs. Silence

Community D&D Episode

Murder She Wrote VR

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