Saturday, February 29, 2020

Episode 158: Sorry For Our Voices

Hey, all! We're both a bit under the weather this week (Jeff moreso than me) so I'm apologizing now if our voices sound a little rough or if our energy is low. Because we have a fun episode for you (even if our voices don't think so)! We talk about giving monsters class levels (whether you should or shouldn't), as well as how to engage someone in your group that might have different skills or interests than the rest of the party. We came up with some fun stuff in here, so come on down and give it a listen!

This week's winner of our Unearthed Tips & Tricks drawing is Doug A! Congratulations, Doug! You should get your copy within the next few days. Whenever you have a chance to read it over, be sure to leave Crit Academy a review! They're a great group 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 with "Unearthed Tips & Tricks" in the subject line! It's that easy! And remember- this is a new product, so if you won one of our earlier drawings, you can enter again!

And remember, Crit Academy is just one of the great podcasts in the Critnation Fellowship! For more podcasts, visit our friends at Brute Force and Ignorance, and the (unfortunately ended) D&D Character Lab! And for books, adventures, and videos, check out Goblin StoneLoresmythAurican's LairJeff Stevens, and The Kind GM!

Until next time, hopefully we're feeling better!

Episode 158: NPC Advancement

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Question(s) answered this episode:

1. Do you think DM's should be allowed to assign class levels to existing monster stat blocks?

2. How do I engage a player in my campaign who is interested in crafting potions and poisons?


Noteworthy Links:

The Creature Conservancy, a petting-zoo-like attraction near us in Michigan

Mind Blast

Savage Species, a 3e book about giving class levels to monsters

Catch Me if you Can, a movie based on a true story about con artist Frank Abagnale

White Collar, a TV show about a con artist I think


Version History of D&D

Tucker & Dale vs. Evil

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