In this episode we are doing an audio segment fro a blog written by our Dungeon Crate contributor Kevin Coffey all about dealing with cheaters at the table.
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It's that time of year and we are talking celebrations in your fantasy games. Joe is here with another "Joe on the Go" and he chats about how to incorporate celebrations and traditions into your campaign.
In this episode Joe and Wayne discuss the Charisma Stat. What exactly is charisma? How can you best use it in game? Charisma is more than just looks, it can dictate how you are perceived by NPCs, other characters, and how you influence people. What do you do with characters that have either very low, or very high charisma? Charisma is an integral part of a character and should be seen as more than just a "dump stat." Find out why in this episode.
In this episode adventure writer Kevin Coffey joins in the conversation to talk about character sheets. Fresh in the middle of his own Kickstarter which features a character booklet, Kevin is creating a fun way to keep track of your adventurers. We also talk about the evolution of the character sheet, pros, cons, and paper vs digital.
In this episode Wayne and Joe talk about the pros and cons of playable monster races in 5e. Referencing Volo's Guide and other resources, Joe tries to convince Wayne (who is pretty old school) that monster races can help in roleplaying, story inspiration, and fun!
Character Backgrounds! In this episode I am joined by my friend and Dungeon Master Joseph Darragh and we talk about the importance of a character backstory and how it can help both player and GM in roleplaying. We offer tips on story creation as well as a couple fun backstories you can use in your own campaign.
In this episode I chat with Miya Sohoza from Rare Elements Foundry. They have launched their Kickstarter campaign and are back in action producing some of the most amazing fantasy coins on the market. Original art, hefty weights, and some serious lore. Check out the links for more fantastic artwork and details on how you can support this creative team.
In this episode we have an interview with Dan Naylor, one of the organizers of SaltCon 2018. This is their 10-year anniversary and things are ramping up for a great weekend of games.