Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Episode 150 - End of Year Three!

Hello everyone! The past year has just flown by- it feels like it's been no time at all but here we are at the end of our third year of podcasting. We're closing out the year by doing what we did last year- grabbing a bunch of questions we've been holding onto for the right episode (in some cases, for a long time) but it doesn't look like that episode is coming. But don't worry- I think it's made for a fun episode, and a great way to ring in the new year!

As last time, we don't have any winners for our Chapel on the Cliffs drawing this week. (We may be changing up our giveaway soon; stay tuned.) If you want to enter, it's easy- just e-mail us at InterPartyConflict@gmail.com with "Chapel on the Cliffs" in the subject line! It's that easy! If you enter now, I guarantee you'll win 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!

So stay safe, keep on gaming, and have a Happy New Year!

Episode 150: End of Year Three

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Question(s) answered this episode:

1. Have you ever played a campaign that incorporated a "Metaverse?" (For example, the characters are in the Forgotten Realms, but Forgotten Realms are themselves part of a comic book, which has its own story and characters etc.)

2. Would you play any of the character options from the Ravnica book in any other published DnD setting; and if so, which setting would be best suited for Ravnica-themed characters?

3. How common is it for a DM to reduce time doing other hobbies, not because they are preparing for a session, but because they fear the opportunity cost of not devoting that time to prepare for a session?

4. What do you guys do to inspire yourselves to make a campaigns story interesting and fun?

5. Do you have any special routines that you do to "warm up" before a session, such as playing a short board game with the group or listening to music in the car to get into character?


Noteworthy Links:

Skyrim VR

Neverwinter Nights

The Infinity Gauntlet

Dragon Balls, the titular macguffin in the Dragon Ball series

Chaos Emeralds, the set of macguffins in the Sonic the Hedgehog series

9th Wonders!, a comic book within the TV show Heroes that parallelled the characters in the show

Alan Wake, a horror video game about a mystery writer

Guildmaster's Guide to Ravnica

Superhot, a puzzle-esque first-person shooter I recently wasted a couple hours playing

Bloodborne: The Card Game

We Didn't Playtest This, a card game favored by Jeff and Skylar

Three Dragon Ante, a card game produced by Wizards of the Coast that existed in-universe as well

Neverwhere, a TV miniseries/novel by Neil Gaiman about a man who gets caught up in a secret world beneath London

His Dark Materials, a book series by Philip Pullman that recently got an HBO miniseries (which I really hope is good!)

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