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Inspired by Advanced Advanced Dungeons and Dragons, a recently premiered episode of NBC's Community, James Introcaso sits down with Vegas Lancaster, Ray Fallon, Andrew Kane, and Andrew Timmes to talk about the portrayal of D&D in the film Zero Charisma and in the television shows Community, Freaks and Geeks, and The Big Bang Theory. This episode was recorded on March 23, 2014.

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In this episode James Introcaso sits down with Rudy Basso, Alex Basso, Andrew Timmes, and Greg Blair to talk about something that affects all games - party conflict. They discuss each player's different philosophies, strategies, and opinions about dealing with and causing mayhem amongst his fellow PCs. This is a topic that The Round Table is very interested in hearing your opinion about, so please let us know what you think!!!! This episode was recorded on March 21, 2014.


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Dreams of the Red Wizards: Scourge of the Sword Coast is not just a really long title for a product, it's also the latest Encounters adventure. Jeff, Tracy, Sam, and Kiel want to give you their take on it.

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Round Table 10 - Iconics

JamesRudyJoe, and Andrew Kane sit down to discuss D&D latest buzzword - iconic. They talk about iconic characters, monsters, adventures, and rules. What does iconic mean to us? If you strip away all the logos and branding from something, and you can still tell that it's D&D, then that thing is iconic. 

What is the most iconic D&D party? What are the most iconic non-dragon D&D monsters? What makes a D&D adventure iconic? What rules are the most iconic of D&D? Let us know! We really want to hear what you think.

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In this episode Jeff is joined by Sr. Editor Sam, Round Table host James, and grognard Jay Kint as we look at a smattering of PDFs from D&D Classics. On the list is Eyes of the Lich Queen, Eye of Pain, i9 Ravenloft, and Curse of the Reptile God. Enjoy!


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James sits down with Alex Basso, Rudy BassoRay Fallon, and Joe Lastowski to talk about the Legends and Lore D&D Next updates on the Warlock and Bard. Should the bard have as many spells as a wizard and cleric? What warlock pacts need to make a return in fifth edition? Do tarantulas make good pets? Let us know what you think in the comments.This episode was recorded on March 11th, 2014.

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This episode Jeff and Tracy are joined by Sam Dillon and Mike Shea to review Ghosts of Dragonspear Castle. This was originally a GenCon exclusive, but now the PDF is available through D&D Classics so we thought it would be worth a look. 

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This is a REPOST. The original file was short due to a technical issue...this one should be complete. Sorry for any inconvenience. 
James Introcaso sits down with Rudy Basso, Alex Basso, Andrew Timmes, and Vegas Lancaster to talk about the leaked release dates for the new edition of D&D. The panel also dives into the world of James Wyatt's latest Wandering Monsters articles on religion and campaign themes in D&D. This podcast was recorded on Sunday, March 2nd.
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In this episode we discuss some of the latest in D&D news, which means such D&D Next topics as levels, tiers, and gods, but also a good amount of time talking about minis and Kre-O toys. Plus an interview with New York Times Bestselling author, R.A. Salvatore about his new book Night of the Hunter (releasing Tuesday, March 11th), and a breaking news segment about the possible release dates and prices of some D&D Next products. Enjoy!

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