In this episode, we take on the topic of conflicts in your group, both in game and out of game, and how to handle them … well, mostly we just talk about our conflicts … and go on a few tangents along the way. In the Three Parter, Jeremy reviews Trial of the Underkeep and the The Devious Book of Fumbles and Crits, Nathan reviews Dragon Age 2 for the PC, and Ethan has a Shameless Plug.
Running time on this episode is 95 minutes.
About Trial of the Underkeep
Trial of the Underkeep is a Dungeons & Dragons adventure optimized for 4th edition. Some things are better left buried and entombed, like an entire castle that slid into the earth 1000 years ago, hiding its shameful secrets. It was only a matter of time until it its doors were blundered upon and unsealed, unleashing unimaginable horrors upon a small town. What unknown abominations stir in the slimy subterranean castle? Something has punctured through from another plane of existence. It has tasted your world and found it easy to digest. Worst of all now you have been afflicted by its presence and you must save yourself as well. Can anyone survive the Trial of the Underkeep? 19 New Creatures 26 New, unique Artifacts and Treasures, some that are as dangerous as the Monsters!
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About The Devious Book of Fumbles and Crits
Lady Luck…she is a fickle mistress. Why not take her out and get her something nice?
Actually, she better be in a hot bath with a glass of wine while you are rubbing her feet, because with “The Devious Book of Fumbles & Crits,” if you roll a “1” she can make your life a living hell…literally.
A 4E D&D Supplement for all levels. 20 Fumbles & 20 Criticals For Magic-Using Players. 20 Fumbles & 20 Criticals For Melee Or Ranged Players. 20 Fumbles & 20 Criticals For The Monsters Too! Turnabout Is Fair Play. Optional Quick Balancing Tools & 40 “Quick Fumbles” for a total of 120 Fumbles/Crits.
Rich & Detailed Encounter Add-Ins: 22 New Creatures (unique minions)
63 New, Unique Treasures, Including 6 Item Sets
28 New Hazards & Terrain Powers
New Diseases, Crazy Potions & Poisons
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About Dragon Age 2
Dragon Age II is a role-playing video game developed by Bioware’s Edmonton studios, and published by Electronic Arts. It is the second major game in BioWare’sDragon Age franchise. The game was released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Mac OS X on March 8, 2011 in North America, and March 11, 2011 in Europe.
Set in the same mythical world introduced in Dragon Age: Origins, the player assumes the role of Hawke, a human mage, warrior, or rogue who arrives in the city of Kirkwall as a lowly refugee but becomes its legendary champion over a turbulent decade of political and social conflict.