Ettin mating habits certainly wasn’t on the mind of anybody until this podcast. Also a look at Skyraiders of Abarax (by Margaret Weis & Tracy Hickman), the Starforge module for Glory of the Giants, and the 5E Book of Fiends.
There isn’t any candy in Dungeons and Dragons so the guys are going to rectify that situation. Also revivify is used as an awesome tool for tyranny. Lastly, more D&D 5.5 playtest talk about barbarians, wizards, and more.
GDM Jay and Christopher are talking about Deities this week. Why do so many of them exist in Forgotten Realms? Also Obelisks, Netherese, Godzilla, and Ice Cream Sandwiches.
GDM Jay and Bruce the Beer Bandit are joined by GDM Christopher to talk about upcoming Pathfinder changes, re-using NPC’s, and changing worlds through modules.
Epic challenge giants are on the menu, along with Tieflings, Dragonheart movies, dice washing, Cassette Punk, and a few other topics. Also their buddy Bruce Burkart (The Beer Bandit) joins them for more silly talk.
This week is talking Baldur’s Gate Rules (No Spoilers) and how they compare with D&D5e. Some rules in BG3 are good enough to implement in home games. Both DM’s also have stories on magic items creating impossible scenarios and also allowing players to write their own stories.
GDM Jay hates steampunk in Forgotten Realms and thinks that Rolemaster has much better game master guides than D&D. Also a couple of stories about another new player rogue and a player who pulled a fast one on him from GDM Christopher.
Another week and another WotC scandal? This time it’s about using AI with art for their products. Also GDM Jay is playing Baldur’s Gate 3 and GDM Christopher is still killing entire groups of characters at his table.
A second dive into the Unearthed Arcana detailing Bigby’s Book of Giants and Planescape keeps the guys busy. Also a new shiny book for GDM Jay. The Gamemasters Book of Astonishing Random Tables.
5th Edition D&D Planescape setting is just around the corner and the guys wanted to brush up on it before the release in October. They invited their friend Kristian to join them and give the low down on Sigil and the Outlands.