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We're skipping a couple of episodes to get right to this interview that we recorded with Wolfgang Baur and Steven Winter, both veteran game designers and both the authors of the upcoming Tyranny of Dragons adventures, created by Kobold Press but published by WotC. Next week you'll be hearing an interview we did with Mike Mearls, the guy in charge of D&D at WotC, so be sure to come back. 


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In this episode of the Book Club we talk about the second half of The Reaver and have a conversation with the author, Richard Lee Byers. Joining us for this episode is Eric Paquette and David Gibson.


Be sure to stay tuned to the feed, this week we'll be releasing an interview with Wolfgang Baur and Steve Winter about the Tyranny of Dragons adventures that they wrote, and next week we'll release a chat we had with Mike Mearls about the new edition of D&D.

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James Introcaso sits down with Joe Lastowski and Topher Kohan to talk about the D&D Adventurer's League announcement, Tyranny of Dragons, and the announcement of the forthcoming OGL for the new edition of D&D. This podcast was recorded on June 3, 2014.

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In this episode we are rejoined by the Dungeon Bastard himself, Tom Lommel. Since he's so hilarious we decided to tap into his knowledge to talk up some advice on the use of comedy at the game table. Enjoy!


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In March of 2014 Tracy, Eric, and Jeff were joined by David Gibson as we discussed the first half of The Reaver, the fourth of the Sundering series. 


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James Introcaso sits down with Vegas Lancaster, Andrew Kane, Rudy Basso, and Alex Basso. They discuss the latest huge D&D news about the release dates for the Starter Set, Player's Handbook, Monster's ManualDungeon Master's Guide, and Tyranny of Dragons products. They also discuss the big announcement from Mike Mearls - Basic D&D is free! This podcast was recorded on May 28, 2014.

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James Introcaso sits down with Rudy Basso, Alex Basso, Joe Lastowski, and Topher Kohan to talk about the past, present, and future of digital tools in D&D. We mention a lot of great resources in this podcast, so check them out in the links below! This podcast was recorded on May 17, 2014.

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In this episode we discuss The Gods of Mars, the second Mars book which introduces the Plant Men, the Therns and the Firstborn.
Space 1889: Red Sands by Pinnacle Entertainment $27.00

 

Edgar Rice Burroughs
born 1875, died 1950
A Princess of Mars ran from February to July 1912. The Gods of Mars was published in All-Story from January to May 1913. 
In between, Burroughs had published his first Tarzan story (October 1912). Tarzan was “a cultural sensation” but probably not overnight. In 1915 or 1919 Burroughs purchased land for a ranch north of L.A. and called it “Tarzana.”
Jay Kint
RPG Circus - rpgcircus.com
Twitter - @icosahedron
ERBZine - The Gods of Edgar Rice Burroughs: Reason vs. Superstition - http://www.hillmanweb.com/reason/1434.html
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James Introcaso sits down with Alex Basso, Greg Blair, and Vegas Lancaster to talk about the Live D&D Next Q&A from April 25, 2014 and the Legends and Lore article about the new Battlesystem for mass combat. This podcast was recorded on May 4, 2014.

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It's that time of year again, so as convention time rolls around we talked to Christy Crabb, who not only attends cons, but has helps run them. 


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