Mike, Randall, and Jeff gather once again to talk about their games.
Randall, Jeff, and Mike continue their monthly discussion about their games and how to make them better.
In this episode we are joined by Sam Dillon and Kiel Chenier to talk about Murder in Baldur's Gate, the first Encounters season that is also a purchasable product.
In the latest Tome Show Book Club we continue to delve into the realm of nonfiction by reading Never Unprepared, a book about preparing for a game. Enjoy!
Carinn Seabolt joins us in this episode to discuss the fine art of miniatures. Painting them, modifying them, buying them. Pewter, resin, plastic...the choices go on and on and in this episode we turn to an expert on how to pull off adding the mini crafting hobby to the gaming hobby you already love.
As we catch up on a backlog of Book Club discussions we start by bringing you the second half of our discussion of Hamlet's Hitpoints by Robin D. Laws, whom we speak to in this episode as well.
Jeff, Sam, and Randall talk about all the D&D news that's worth discussing from GenCon on through the end of September.
We still have audio from one more seminar from GenCon to bring you later, but while you wait for that, here's a follow up interview we conducted a few weeks after GenCon with Mike Mearls (leader of all things D&D) and Nathan Stewart (from the D&D brand team).