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Hey, long-time fan here. I've been listening to these podcasts in the car (both this one and the one for DnD 4th ed run by Syrg) for probably at least a year and a half, maybe two years now. I've never had a commute less than 45 minutes long to work and basically you folks have been pretty helpful in making that ride into something I kinda look forward to. I was wondering if you had any backups to the rest of the episodes on the old host, since they seem to have been removed.
do you mean 13a or 4e? most of 13a should be on feats.podbean.com and fans have compiled files for 4e here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/le9hxgut78kyp8s/AADLmLturSupt2X5nZy_-C6ea?dl=0
no capitalization or proper links, i just got back.
editor and chief.
I feel like I stopped paying attention for a minute during a podcast and now the chairs are matter of great importance and dubiously physically consistent.
Back when Equinox Manor was still haunted, in the first session to feature Manuel, Mint saw a painting that featured an image of him at death’s door while sitting in that chair. Now every time he visits a tavern or inn he sees the same chair. He has taken to his haunting in a very personalized fashion.
Previously, we shared people’s favorite moments from the first 50 sessions shared on Twitter. Today here’s a selection of ones shared on our thread on the LP subforum. You may recognize many of the names below as people who have made cool pictures, music, and other things that we’ve shared with you. They had a lot to say, and I put an especially heartwarming moment at the very end. Enjoy yet another guided tour down memory lane.
Excerpts from Nav’s Notes: Patreon backer prizes. The worst recipes in the history of the age. Warning: Nav is disgusting.
Since I mention it in the table talk, now’s as good a time as any to mention the small bit of homebrew Slots has going on. The Chaos Mage, like all spellcasting classes, can use a spell from the Wizard or Sorcerer with a talent apiece. In the Chaos Mage’s case, the spell is randomly determined each full heal-up, but that wasn’t… chaotic enough for me. Instead, I roll a d6 at each full heal-up and gain a similar ability based on which of my six allies I roll. If I get Mint or Scarlett, it acts exactly like the associated Wizard or Sorcerer talents, with one adventurer feat. Here’s what I came up with for the other classes available:
Bard (Bella or Rip): Choose a random spell or song of my level. Adventurer feat: as the Songmaster talent.
Commander (Manuél): Choose a random tactic (used as a Defense spell). Adventurer feat: as the Moment of Glory talent.
Ranger (Margaret): When casting an at-will spell, decrease the damage die size one stage. When you get a natural even roll, attack again. Adventurer feat: as the Archery talent.
Things will probably get more complicated if I spend more feats on this… so I won’t.
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