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Round Table 30 - D&D Adventurer's League with Chris Tulach and Chris Lindsay

James Introcaso and Topher Kohan sit down with Wizards of the Coast's own Chris Tulach and Chris Lindsay to discuss The D&D Adventurer's League and Tyranny of Dragons. We have the word on organized play from the masters and makers of the League itself. This podcast was recorded on August 7, 2014.

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This long lost episode, Tome 236, sees the gang talking about Planescape - the 2nd edition D&D setting. Jeff and Tracy and joined by Sam Dillon and James Introcaso to discuss 3 different D&D adventures written for the Planescape setting. They also interview Monte Cook, one of the main designers of the setting.

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Dead in Thay (Tome 237)

In this episode, Jeff and Tracy are joined by Sam Dillon, Eric Paquette, and James Introcaso to discuss the sequel to Scourge of teh Sword Coast: Dreams of the Red Wizards - Dead in Thay. This was one of the episodes we skipped releasing so that we could bring you the Mike Mearls, Wolfgang Baur, and Steve Winter interviews in a timely manner.

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We have one more, out of order, episode of the Tome Show and then we'll start bringing you all the episodes we skipped in order to get these timely episodes out to you more quickly. And I think you'll be glad we did, because in this episode we give you Mike Mearls. If there is one person in charge of the D&D tabletop rpg right now, it's Mike and he gives us the scoop on how the newest edition has come to be, where it's been, and some hints about where it's going and what you can expect. Enjoy!


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In this episode Geoff and guests discuss The Book of Wonder by Lord Dunsany. 

Guest #1: Craig Baenziger
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Guest #2: Eloy Cintron
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Next episode: The Gods of Mars & The Warlord of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs
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Dreams of the Red Wizards: Scourge of the Sword Coast is not just a really long title for a product, it's also the latest Encounters adventure. Jeff, Tracy, Sam, and Kiel want to give you their take on it.

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In this episode Jeff is joined by Sr. Editor Sam, Round Table host James, and grognard Jay Kint as we look at a smattering of PDFs from D&D Classics. On the list is Eyes of the Lich Queen, Eye of Pain, i9 Ravenloft, and Curse of the Reptile God. Enjoy!


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This episode Jeff and Tracy are joined by Sam Dillon and Mike Shea to review Ghosts of Dragonspear Castle. This was originally a GenCon exclusive, but now the PDF is available through D&D Classics so we thought it would be worth a look. 

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Other Games (Tome 229)

In this episode we discuss other games we want to play while we're waiting for D&D Next to be released. Tracy and Jeff were joined by Mike Shea and the three of us came up with quite a varied and interesting list of games to check out. Enjoy!

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So Jeff just realized that this episode was never released in a mad flurry of episodes in the past. So here you go. Our team of experts are looking at and reviewing the final play test packet for D&D Next. Enjoy!




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