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In this episode we talked to Tom Lommel, known as Bill Cavalier, the Dungeon Bastard. We got plenty of advice on how to make your D&D game more EXTREME!
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In this episode Jeff is joined by Heather Hoover and Jaydot to talk about how to have a woman-freindly game table. We've often been accused of being a pro-women gamers podcast but never directly tackled the issue for any length of time (despite the complaints we've fielded). This was the time to do it...
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The good folks over at IDW hooked us up with a preview of the latest D&D comic, Cutter. This story follows the fate of the famous sword from the Drizzt tales and where it is now, as told by RA and Geno Salvatore. Issue #2 just came out today, take a look at issue #1 to see if it's got your interest and then head out to buy up the series while it's still in the opening chapters. Enjoy!
Eric Paquette and Geoff Winn join Jeff and Tracy to discuss the first half of Eye of Justice, in this installment of the Tome Show book club, which, has us completely caught up on our backlog of episodes (thanks to Sam, our editor, for all his work in getting this done). In April 2013 we will finish Eye of Justice and then in May we will read Hamlet's Hitpoints, a book by Robin D. Laws about the construction of stories.
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Erik Scott De Bie joins Jeff in this episode, talking about how a DM and a player might collaborate to create a campaign together.
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Erin M. Evans joins us in this episode, after we discuss the second half of her book Lesser Evils, the second book featuring the Brimstone Angels. Joining us for this discussion is Eric Paquette, Brenda Samler, and Geoff Winn. Our next book club book will be Eye of Justice by Eric Scott Di Bie, please read along with us.
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In this episode we take a look at the Dungeon! board game originally published in 1975 and updated and released recently. Joining Jeff and Tracy are the Tome Show's editor, Sam Dillon as well as Jeff Dougan. Enjoy!
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Lesser Evils, the latest Brimstone Angels book, by author Erin. M. Evans, is the focus of this installment of the Tome Show Book Club. In this episode we discussed the first half of the book with Eric Paquette, Brenda Samler, and Geoff Winn. In a week or so you'll get to hear the second half of the episode wherein we finish our discussion of the book at talk to the author. Stay tuned.
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