Tuesday, June 8, 2021

Episode 215: The Lost Blog Posts part 1, ft. Nathan H

We're back again with another guest- this week, it's Nathan Heard, AKA Seawood Scribe (the creator of Strahd's Manual of Shadow, that we gave away last year)! We had a great time talking with him about low-magic campaigns, grounded PCs, and mobile combats (and much more)! So come along with us for another great episode, and while you're at it, go check out Nathan's website and see what he's up to!

And the winner of this week's Crit 3 drawing is Karl L! Congratulations, Karl! 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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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 IgnoranceThe Kind GM, and the (unfortunately ended) D&D Character Lab! And for books, adventures, and videos, check out Goblin StoneLoresmythAurican's Lair, and Jeff Stevens!

You all have a great week, you hear?

Episode 215: Staying Grounded

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Question(s) answered this episode:

1. Why do you think so many people play campaigns where magic is illegal or in some way limited?

2. How would you make a game of D&D more gritty and realistic while still having fun, and make it seem like the players are more like real-world heroes and less like demigods?

3. Do you have any tips on making a more mobile combat?


Noteworthy Links:

Imaginext toys - I don't remember why this was referenced but here's the link

Sanford and Son, an old TV show about a crotchety old man and his son working in a junkyard

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