Archive for the 'Advice' Category
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!
You will note that this episode is being released out of order in an effort to get it out in time for you to support Tom's Kickstarter if you feel so inclined.
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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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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James Wyatt from WotC joins us in this episode where we talk about making up your story on the fly. How do you improv your game and do it well? There is no greater pro than James Wyatt...
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In this advice episode we talked to Stan!, off and on employee of WotC who is a long time staple of the gaming community for his writing, editing, and comic-making. He talked to us about what it means to run an old school game and how to capture that nostalgic feeling.
In this episode we are joined by a familiar figure, Mike Shea, to give some advice on finding inspiration to make your game better.
Sam, our editor, has weathered the storms of the Northeastern region of the US and is getting us back on track, editing the episodes that we have been busily recording like clock work. Thanks goes to Sam for his diligence.
This is extra important because Jeff is unable to do it all as this is November and he is using all of his non-podcasting free time posting to HoNoToGroABeMo to beat down breast cancer once and for all. I'd love if you'd join me by sponsoring my beard, all the money goes to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
The Dungeon and Dragon magazine open submission window is nearly upon us, so we've gathered together some experienced freelance game designers Owen K. C. Stephens and Craig Campbell (as well as co-host Tracy Hurley) to talk about how to get attention with your pitch, get it accepted, and what to do once you have your foot in the door to try and keep the freelancing jobs coming.
The legendary Robin Laws joined us for our GenCon episode, recorded in front of a live audience. It was a lot of fun and I hope we get the chance to continue this.
We discuss what digital tools we use and give some advice on how to use them. Consider this a combo review/advice episode for July 2012. Joining us for this episode is Michael the OnlineDM.
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