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Archive for June 2012

In this Book Club we chat about at a bunch of D&D Comics including the end of the current run of Dungeons and Dragons, some Eberron books (D&D Infestation 2, and the 2012 D&D Annual), and we explore the start of the Forgotten Realms comic and interview Ed Greenwood (writer and creator of the Realms) about the difference between writing a comic and writing a novel and more. We are joined in this book club by listeners Eric Paquette and Andy Myhr.

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June 2012 Book Club book (e-book only)

July 2012 Book Club book (e-book only)

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In this episode Mike Mearls (from WotC) and Dave Chalker (from Critical Hits) join us to talk about how to be a good playtester for D&D Next and what the process is likely to look like as it moves forward.

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D&D Next Playtesting Information

Critical Hits article on playtesting

Marvel Heroic Role Playing (which Dave worked on the playtesting for)

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Mike, Randall, and Jeff continue talking about their games in this recording from May 2012.

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In this episode we are joined by designers Logan Bonner and Matt James who helped write Into the Unknown: A Dungeon Survival Handbook as well as Michael the “OnlineDM”, Joe Lastowski, our editor Sam Dillon who helped us review the book.

Before we get into it, though, have I mentioned the Tome Show's live podcasts at GenCon this year? Check them out!

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Back to the Dungeon Design and Development article (WotC)

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Joe: Game Store | Twitter

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Sarah Darkmagic (Tracy's blog)

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