You’d think we’d have all of this sort of thing worked out by now, but clearly there are some issues that just won’t go away. Fortunately, we’ve got our own space to complain in and someone is always willing to add a new thing to complain about. We’re no gentlemen, but we could be.
Hello listener. We’ve got some homework for you this time around. We’ve got question and hopefully you have answers. Certainly more answers than we had. Grab a pencil (No. 2, please) and a piece of notebook paper and follow along.
The package saga ends. Brian ponders an idea. And we find one of the worst lists of RPGs ever created. Combine all that with a listener feedback clarification and you have Digressions and Dragons episode 20.
This episode brings you a discussion of inspirations in many, many forms. Not even intentionally (except if you ask us we’ll totally say it was). Plus, what major system is missing from D&D 5e? All that in more await you inside.
Against all odds, we have managed to produce a reasonably accurate episode in which we dwell a bit on books and a vitally important movie, regard some feedback, over promise on some dice, and throw focus onto a very tiny GM.
Caution citizens! Nothing in this podcast is intended to make you abandon your car! While driving, please remain in your car no matter what you hear. There is more multiclassing in this episode as well as at least 6 of the eight kinds of fun.
It’s a new year. And that, of course, means we change everything. At least for a day or two. But, since this is already four days into the new year, we’ve already reverted to old habits. Which is just the way we like it. Santa, muppets, feedback, war games, and more all on the first episode of the new year.
It’s an episode full of wild entertainment, wild guesses, and a list of things we wouldn’t mind too terribly much. Not to mention one or two misguided sentiments. Enjoy what can only be described as Episode 13.
From design intent to the elements of good RPG IPs we cover enough ground for TWO shows. Your feedback about Alien Intelligence, different ‘punks’, and making faces carries us along on a merry discussion that leads us to a very serious realization.
In what is the longest episode to date (and believe me, we didn’t mean it to be this long, but there you go) we discuss Xanathar and his guide. To everything. EVERYTHING. Being the expert that he is. Also, Scott saw a movie. And Brian likes some books.