Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Episode 241: Extra, Extra Spoopy Edition

Happy Halloween Week, everyone! For the spooOOookiest time of the year, we've brought you the spooOOookiest episode of the year! This week we're making an impromptu horror dungeon just for you, using the five-room dungeon framework. Come along, and enjoy the ride!

This week's winner of Seawood Scribe's Witch class supplement is Michael T! Congratulations, Michael! You should be getting that in your e-mail soon. Be sure to leave Seawood Scribe a review, so he can continue making great products in the future!

And if you're looking to win something cool, you're in luck! We still have one more fantastic drawing for fantastic leather goods from MaumeeRiverLeather.com, and this last drawing- for the awesome leather book cover- is going to be taking place on Tuesday, November 9th. To enter the drawing, all you need to do is leave us a review on the platform of your choice, and send us a photo. Don't miss out!

And remember, for more podcasts, visit our friends at Crit AcademyBrute Force and IgnoranceThe Kind GM, and D&D Character Lab! And for books, adventures, and videos, check out Goblin StoneLoresmythAurican's Lair, and Jeff Stevens!

Thanks for listening, and don't get TOO spooky... oh, who am I kidding? Get spooOOooOOky to the max!

Episode 241: Ye Olde Haunted House

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Question(s) answered this episode:

1. How do you make a spooky horror adventure?


Noteworthy Links:

Army of the Dead, the best movie I watched this month

Mulva, the worst movie I watched this month

Emeril Lagasse, a celebrity chef from the 90s

Bonus_action, the creator of the Halloween-themed magic items from today's episode

Oberon's Guide to the Courts of Power, another great supplement from Seawood Scribe

Rise of the Runelords, Paizo's first Pathfinder Adventure Path

The 7th Guest, an FMV puzzle game for CD-ROM


The Cake Is A Lie, the catch phrase from Portal

Clue, a murder mystery movie with Tim Curry and others

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