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In this episode Wayne goes over some dice basics with Laurie, who is a new player in our DnD world. We recorded this episode for those teaching others as well as for new players learning the game. Laurie pointed out that sometimes it's a little embarrassing not even knowing which dice to throw when playing. So we offer insight on they types of dice…
 
Wayne and the Shady Lady Laurie start an ongoing series of the very basics of getting into DnD5e, starting with rolling up a character. If you are quarantined and looking to either play or teach friends and family how to play, then we will be your guide. In this episode we go over the basics of how to role play and roll up some stats for Laurie's n…
 
What does a game master do about lags in the campaign, or indecision of the characters? In this episode Joe goes over a few tips and tricks to motivate characters as well as direct players to advance in the adventure. Dungeoncrate.com music by www.purple-planet.com Illustration by Matt Sinor aka Dungeon Doodles…
 
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 p…
 
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.…
 
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 t…
 
While at HawaiiCon, I was on a game designer's panel with this guy. Had no idea who he was at first. Then he ended up being my favorite guest at the con. I was very happy I had my old school books on hand. In this episode I chat up Allen and get some great stories of the early days of Dungeons and Dragons. Allen Hammack has contributed to some 70 p…
 
In this episode, Wayne and Joe talk about the Rogue class in 5e. Interesting builds, backstories, archetypes, and skills are all covered. They also discuss the changes in the Rogue class since Advanced Dungeons and Dragons and what some of the advantages and disadvantages are of the way the class is currently presented.…
 
Versatile, talented, and charismatic, Bards weave magic with music and storytelling. They are information gatherers and through their storytelling, pass on tales of legends and myth. In an adventuring party, they offer inspiration, a quick blade, and sometimes just the right amount of diplomacy. In this episode, Josh and Wayne discuss the Bard clas…
 
In this episode Ted Adams from the Nerdarchy crew joins me and we chat about Fan 2 Sea, Charisma, 5th edition, and Dungeon Master styles. Check out the links below to find out more about their awesome YouTube channel and all the cool stuff they do for gaming. Nerdarchy on Youtube Fan 2 Sea Pop Culture Cruise! Nerdarchy website…
 
We're back! In this episode my co-host DM Michael joins me and we talk about interactions between Dungeon Masters and players, the pros and cons of tabletop accessories, Dungeon Master styles, and exploring how to facilitate an in depth game that engages players and spurs creativity. Dungeon Crate website http://dungeoncrate.com…
 
In this episode I welcome Scotty McFarland, AKA DM Scotty from the DM's Craft. Scotty has developed a massive following on youtube and facebook with his series of crafting videos dedicated to making amazing terrain, dungeon tiles, and more with commonly found materials. His efforts have inspired thousands as they follow his tutorials and delve into…
 
In this episode I talk to Chris Haskins and Ralph Stickley from Nord Games. We chat about their company Nord Games and some of the products they will be launching in 2016. Both are avid players and developers and we talk about their Ultimate NPCs - Skullduggery project, kickstarter, and other game accessories we love. We also talk about their invol…
 
In this episode, I talk about a little thing called Dungeon Club. When folks can't commit to an ongoing campaign, how do you get to enjoy your favorite hobby? Dungeon Club is simply a hosted one-off game session with no campaign and pre-generated characters. I provide everything a player needs, add some ambiance, snacks, and some sweet tabletop acc…
 
In this episode Wayne, Pfloyd, and Kevin get together via a Google Hangout On Air and talk about how to make treasure more valuable to players. Character finances, what to do with wealth, what DMs can do to get adventurers to spend cash, problems with coin exchange, transporting loot, encumbrance, large purchases as a group, small fees, lodging, we…
 
In this episode we hit the road on a 9 hour quest to Gen Con 2015 in Indianapolis. Wayne, Brad, Ken, and Chris, along with their two young lads Simon and Liam take on the biggest gaming convention in the US. It was glorious. We record as we go in the car, at the hotel, and on the convention floor. Listen in and follow along on our Gen Con adventure…
 
In this episode DM Wayne skypes in DM Floyd for a discussion on converting your existing game to 5th Edition Dungeons and Dragons. Floyd is a long time player and currently is converting an existing 4th edition game on Roll20 to 5th edition. Wayne converted his 2nd edition game to 5th edition and the two discuss some of the things to consider when …
 
In this episode Wayne, Josh, and Katie offer a basic overview of some standard gaming accessories. They talk about what they like about game enhancements like battle mats, miniatures, props, music, game terrain, custom tables, visuals, and more. D&D Tech: DMDJ - A handy app to add music and sound effects to your game DMDJ by Blueface Games Voice Ch…
 
Wayne, Chuck, and Josh sit down at the Wayward Lobster and talk about the Elf race in Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition. They talk about the Tolkien inspiration of the elf and how it has evolved over past versions of the game. Paths, powers, race features, and subclasses are all discussed as well as some of their favorite classes to play as elves an…
 
Whether you want to be Bruce Lee or an Air Bender, it's apparent that in 5th Edition, the Monk class is a high-kick above previous versions. Today's panel consists of Brad, Josh, Wayne, and special guest Greg Harries, who works at a local Omaha game cafe called Speilbound. The panel discusses the different personas a monk offers and they explore th…
 
In this episode I welcome back Josh and introduce Jason, a fellow gamer and crafter. Today's topic is Crafting for your D&D 5th Edition Game and we feature a great interview from Gareth Barrett, also known as the DMG Info on YouTube. The DMG Info website The DMG Info on facebook The DMG Info Youtube site…
 
HOSTS Wayne, Josh, Brad, Chuck MAIN TOPIC DISCUSSION: Core Rule Books Artwork Layout Pros and cons of the books Finding information quickly Cost People feeling burned by 4th edition investments Rule changes pro and cons Initiative Advantage/disadvantage Level advancement No more flanking, random powers, auto-healing Healing rules Character classes …
 
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