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Round Table 66 - Fantasy Grounds and Modifying Classes


James Introcaso sits down with Andrew KaneVegas LancasterTopher Kohan, and Greg Blair to discuss the recent announcement that virtual table Fantasy Grounds will now sell officially licensed Dungeons and Dragons products and an Unearthed Arcana article about modifying fifth edition D&D classes which also provides a favored soul sorcerer build and a ranger without spells. This podcast was recorded on April 16, 2015.

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Lighting & Vision (Bonus Action 008)

In this episode Sam and James discuss lighting and vision rules in D&D. You can find an explanation of these rules in the Player's Basic Rules D&D PDF on page 65 or in the Player’s Handbook on page 183.


Relevant Links:

D&D 5e Basic PDF: http://dnd.wizards.com/articles/features/basicrules

James’ blog: http://www.worldbuilderblog.me

Sam’s blog: http://www.rpgmusings.com


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Relationships at the DnD Table (Tome 247)

In this episode Jeff and Tracy sit down with Chris and Sharon Dudley to discuss relationships and gaming.


 
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The Appendix N Podcast - Episode 14 - Pirates of Venus by Edgar Rice Burroughs

The Appendix N Podcast - Episode 14 - Pirates of Venus by Edgar Rice Burroughs

 

Boys go to Mars to get more stars. Carson Napier went to Venus to find… adventure! This 1932 adventure by Edgar Rice Burroughs introduces a new hero and a new planet, but after 20 years of writing pulp adventure novels, does the creator of Tarzan have anything more to offer? Find out as we review Pirates of Venus, the first entry in the Carson of Venus series.

 

www.nobleknight.com

 

Burroughs, Edgar Rice, Pellucidar series; Mars series; Venus series

 

Edgar Rice Burroughs

born 1875, died 1950

 

Pirates of Venus was first serialized in six parts in Argosy in 1932. Burroughs has been a novelist for 20 years.

 

In the 1920s Burroughs became a pilot and encouraged his family to learn to fly.

 

2 years after writing this novel, Burroughs divorced his wife Emma Hulbert. A year later he married actress Florence Gilbert Dearholt.

 

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Jeffrey Wikstrom

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Chris Constantin

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Round Table 63 - D&D n00bs and Lone Wolf Development

James Introcaso sits down with Drootin Heacock, Richie "Walnuts" Sweeten, and Eric Sweeten of One-Quest to talk with them about their first EVER time playing D&D. Then it's a conversation with Liz Theis of Lone Wolf Development about Hero Lab and Realm Works softwares and a few big, exciting updates coming in the future. This podcast was recorded on March 24, 2015.

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Spellcasting Basics (Bonus Action 007)

In this episode James and Sam discuss basic spellcasting rules in D&D. You can find an explanation of these rules in the Player's Basic Rules D&D PDF on pages 78-81 or in the Player’s Handbook on pages 201-205.


Relevant Links:

D&D 5e Basic PDF: http://dnd.wizards.com/articles/features/basicrules

James’ blog: http://www.worldbuilderblog.me

Sam’s blog: http://www.rpgmusings.com


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