Hey everyone! This week we've got an episode that's not strictly tabletop-gaming based, but absolutely tabletop-adjacent: We're joined by two of my personal friends, Alan and Delilah, to talk about foam swordfighting and LARPing. Even if you've never done it, you should still listen- you'll definitely learn some things, and who knows, you might even want to try it out when we're done!
And the winner of this week's Crit 3 drawing is David J! Congratulations, David! Be sure to leave Crit Academy a review, so they can keep on making great products! They're a great group and would love to use your feedback to improve their products in the future.
Every week we're going to be giving away this new bundle of three new character option supplements from Crit Academy- the Warmind, the Skybreaker, and the Werecat- and all you have to do to enter is send us an e-mail with "Crit 3" in the subject line. It's that easy!
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Come join us next week, unless you take an arrow to the knee!
Question(s) answered this episode:
Maumee River Leather, the online store where you can buy handcrafted leather goods made by our guests!
Rifts, a tabletop RPG from Palladium Books
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles & Other Strangeness, another tabletop RPG from Palladium Books
Mazes & Monsters, a terrible movie about the "dangers" of roleplaying games
Brienne of Tarth, a character from Game of Thrones
Tomb of Annihilation, an official D&D 5e module
Gaylord Opryland, a massive hotel and convention center near where we used to live
Ragnarok, one of the larger national events in the foam swordfighting community
If you're interested in checking out the various forms of foam swordfighting, here are some handy links:
A Page Specific to the Midwest area (specific to Michigan and surrounding areas)
Shifted Lands (also specific to Michigan and surrounding areas)
The Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA)- not foam, but widely accessible