It’s time to sit down with our resident gamers and hear their tales from the table. Grab a plate of spiced potatoes, sit back, and be enthralled by tales of sorrow and joy as we discuss campaigning in D&D 5e! Dragonlance Products on DMs Guild Hosts: Chuck, Tristan, John, and Tim
Jun 07 2017
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Mar 15 2017
Please note: We thought the Tinker Gnomes had been productive recently, much to our woe. Turns out the recent upgrades made before the Round 3 recording garbled our hosts – we’ll have a solution once we’ve finished re-educating the gnomes. After slight tangent involving Axl Rose and Willie Nelson, the heroes of the Canticle gird …
Jan 17 2017
Our hosts must face an even closer battle in this episode as the villains of Krynn vie for the championship role. In Round Two, Malys, Cyan Bloodbane, and Ariakan contest the top spot in the bracket through delusions of godhood, genocide, and lecturing Takhisis. Congratulations are also in order for the Pathfinder conversion team as …
Dec 20 2016
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Aug 16 2016
WARNING: this episode contains discussions about Season 6 of Game of Thrones and Captain America: Civil War. If you would like to stay in the spoiler-free zone, please avoid from 3mins 20secs to 9mins 07secs. Heading up a Trampas-less panel of Dragonlance enthusiasts, Chuck delves into the lesser-explored parts of Ansalon like a podcasting Bear …
Jul 19 2016
Jun 17 2016
Welcome friends and fellow companions! After a rough intro, the usual suspects open the episode with a discussion about the recent Drivethrurpg Bounty, and tackle the contentious issue of loaded dice at the table. After that, their attention is turned to Hector’s letter and ensuring that the rest of the sorcery/wizardry questions are addressed with usual Canticle efficiency.
Jun 01 2016
Chuck, Tristan, Weldon, and Tim talk answer a letter about wizards of the Orders of High Sorcery: their history, the origin of wizardry talent, and their loyalties. They also talk about ‘Curse of Strahd’, the DM’s Guild, the VOID, whether George R.R. Martin should be held accountable for his slow progress, and the X-Wing miniatures game.