Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Episode 145: The Episode All About Giving Cool Stuff To Your Players

Welcome back everyone! We've got a really fun episode for you this week- we talk about rolling for loot vs. hand-picking loot (and the time and place for either one), as well as giving a player a personal demiplane without ruining the game. There's some great stuff to be found in this one, so hopefully you all have a great time listening to it!

This week's winner of our Chapel on the Cliffs drawing is Potato Plunderer! Congratulations, Potato! 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!

Join us next week, and stay warm!

Episode 145: Keeping Things Personal

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Question(s) answered this episode:

1. When should a DM give randomized loot over loot tailored to the party?

2. How would you deal with a character goal of having a personal demi plane?


Noteworthy Links:

Disney Plus, a new streaming service from Disney


Malboros & Bad Breath

Audrey II, the kaiju plant monster from Little Shop of Horrors

Fantasy Costco, a magic item vendor in The Adventure Zone: Balance

Baldur's Gate

Neverwinter Nights

Endless Ocean, a game for the Wii where you explore an underwater landscape and pet fish

Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Moya, a living spaceship on the TV show Farscape

Neth, the Plane that Lives

Clark Kent, Kingdom Come

Dragon's Milk Reserve

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