Dragonlance Canticle #64 – Banter and Small Topic Roundup

Adrian joins the crew as the new producer, but what has he gotten himself into? Our fearless crew discusses the best of each D&D edition, pacing RPG book releases, and so much more. Plus Chuck hates on…well, the list is too long to post here. And Trampas wants to play a kender warlord!

All of this and more on this month’s installment of the Dragonlance Canticle!

NOTE: Apologies, but we had technical difficulties with part 2 of the Women in Dragonlance discussion. Be assured that the discussion was quite intelligent, insightful, and mature. As much as we can be all of those things.


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    • Joe on June 10, 2013 at 7:55 pm
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    Adrian is awesome. I miss Tristan, but Adrian made a great first impression out of the gate. I am happy you guys are back.

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    • Steven (from Canada) on June 23, 2013 at 6:44 pm
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    What’s up with all the Canada hate? lol

    Good show overall.

  1. No options in Castles and Crusades? No room for customizability? You actually want splatbooks? Oy.

    You want options? Make them up. The same with character customizations, new classes, etc. You want more monsters? Pick up any first or second edition AD&D monster manuals and convert. It is incredibly easy to do so especially from AD&D to C&C.

    And if that doesn’t float your boat, pick up the CastleKeeper’s Guide. Many options are in there to keep you happy for quite some time. But then, these are no more than official ‘house rules’ written by the Troll Lords.

    Do I want the new ‘shiny’? No, thanks. That would be to fall for the ethereal ‘progress’ fallacy. You would essentially be trading in one set of problems (which you are already familiar with and have supposedly made rules to mitigate) for a new set of problems for which you would have to start the process all over again to repair to suit your tastes.

    My two worthless fiat dollars.

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