Hi All! This podcast has been fun for the last few months but is now on hold until Meagan and Danita get back from the
Meagan and Danita talk about the consequences of dying in D&D and Pathfinder. Is it too easy to not die or to come back to life? Beware of cats and don’t forget your inspiration!
Danita and Meagan talk about Danita’s new obsession, world building, and the campaign setting she’s enthralled in creating. Should Gods have NPC stats? Do we need alignment really? How far can we push the basic lore of the creatures and races we’ve come to know and love in D&D? Don’t forget your inspiration!
Danita’s Level 5 Wood Elf Bard/Druid, 5e. Playing on June 9th. She’s coming back from the underworld! Rambo_Calithia Danita’s Level 3 Tiefling Monk, 5e. Playing
Drew GMs the Pathfinder game that Danita and Meagan play in together, and somehow they suckered him into an interview. They pick his brain on the ins and outs of Roll20, trap-making philosophy, his green slime infatuation, and more. Don’t forget your inspiration!
Danita and Meagan discuss skill checks; the good, bad, and the ugly. Should average group skill checks be more of a thing? Should DMs put a harsher stop to waterfall checks? Aren’t you glad 5e D&D threw out untrained? Let us know what you think and hit us up! Don’t forget your inspiration!
Danita – Twitter: @lithelilyd or Reddit: @gutsyjane
Meagan – Twitter & Reddit: @meaganisanerd
Meagan DM’s The Wolves of Welton with new and old players alike! Come join Bejorn, Linfire, Durz, Theldar, and Bebop as they on mysterious wolves for a suspicious sum of money.
Note: The campaign ends short because of real world commitments. Spoiler alert: Everyone wins.
It’s just as magical as it sounds. Danita and Meagan dissect her foray into DMing with a one-shot, trying to bring new people into the game, and what makes a good first session for a new player in D&Dd or Pathfinder. They also talk specifics about playing monks, rogues, and rangers. Don’t forget your inspiration!
Meagan and Danita talk augmented reality and virtual reality in tabletop role-playing games, methods they like for immersion in games, and their dreams when it comes to mixed reality and role playing in their favorite settings and campaigns. Don’t forget your inspiration!
This week Danita and Meagan talk over how long campaigns typically last and if their current campaign can go for the gold. After that, Meagan theorizes on what it’s like to play at higher levels and what kind of campaign stories might maximize higher level play. Also, Danita questions – if your party is full of characters who are generally the only bad-ass characters in the world, doesn’t that make them pretty much superheroes?