Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Episode 207: The Art of Mending

Hello everyone! We're back with another fun episode- this time we talk about some extemporaneous uses of the Mending cantrip, as well as what to do when you buy a module and everyone dies right from jump. (Seriously though, what DO you do?) So come along with us, and as always, feel free to share your thoughts below!

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Catch us next time, if the podcast isn't broken!

Episode 207: Easily Broken, Easily Mended

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Question(s) answered this episode:

1. Do you think you can make a castle using the Mending spell to put the bricks of stone together instead of mortar?

2. Total Party Kills. What do you do when one occurs during an adventure module? Do you re-start the module as is, do you re-skin it as something else, or do you just call it a loss?


Noteworthy Links:

Valheim, a game Jeff has been streaming lately

Asteroids Deluxe, an arcade game I particularly like

Galaxy Quest, a fantastic Star Trek movie (that isn't actually a Star Trek movie)

Steve Pierce Art, the creator of Jeff's amazing portrait

Sketchgoblin, the artist that created the Adventures in Erylia artwork

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