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Archive for May 2012

The award winning blogger the Id DM joins us for this advice episode looking at helping players stay engaged at the table and discussing DM prep time (and where the most effective place to put it is). We also discuss D&D Next news and GenCon!

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Michael Mallen (the IdDM): Email | Blog | Twitter

d20 Monkey - Know Your Rolly comic

Sly Flourish's DM Prep survey results

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Death Mark is Robert J. Schwalb's first novel and a Dark Sun novel embraced by fans of that setting. Join us for this April 2012 Book Club interview with the author and discussion.

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Recorded in April 2012, Mike, Jeff, and Randall continue to explore their campaigns.

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In this episode we discussed Lords of Waterdeep, the latest board game from WotC set in the Forgotten Realms. It's a game that is completely different than what WotC has put out before...and by in large, we really liked it. Join the Tome Show cast, along with Michael the "Online DM".

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Tome Show feature on CNN GeekOut

Latest Book Club is Death Mark:

Current Book Club are all comics including D&D #13-15, Infestation 2 D&D #1-2, D&D Annual 2012, and perhaps Forgotten Realms #1.

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It's finally here! A long time coming, but Dice Monkey Radio Episode 5 finally got itself edited! On this episode, we talk to my dad, Scotte Meredith, about what D&D was like back in the old timey days before DDI and numbered editions. Hope you enjoy!

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