• Keith Ammann | Season 02 Episode 21

    Dan and Paul discuss monster tactics with Keith Ammann, author of The Monsters Know What They’re Doing. The Monsters Know What They’re Doing — https://www.themonstersknow.com/

  • Wizards | Season 02 Episode 20

    Dan & Paul get nitty-gritty about the classic D&D Wizards class; on the history, Vancian spells, spellbooks, expanding spell rosters, how they fit into a party, what kinds of players the attract, and more!

  • Ernie Gygax | Season 02 Episode 19

    Dan and Paul get and in-depth chat with special guest Ernie Gygax about his role in developing classic D&D, DM’ing for big dungeons groups, his most recent and current projects, and a whole lot more. Marmoreal Tomb @ Kickstarter —…

  • Toby Drewry | Season 02 Episode 17

    Dan and Paul talk to Toby Drewry, lead developer of the d20Pro virtual tabletop, and CEO of Mesa Mundi Inc. A deep dive into theory and use of VTT’s. Check out d20Pro here (free 30-day trial download, and on sale…

  • Miniatures | Season 02 Episode 16

    Dan and Paul discuss the use of miniatures in D&D, how to find the balance between supporting visually complex set pieces and quick on-the-fly encounters, and how it all translates into virtual gaming.

  • Adriel Wilson | Season 02 Episode 15

    Dan and Paul talk to Adriel Wilson of 9th Level Games about heightening narrative aspects in games, constructing ongoing stories, comic books, novel dice mechanics, and more. More 9th Level Games: https://www.9thlevel.com/

  • Virtual Helgacon | Season 02 Episode 14

    Dan and Paul discuss Virtual Helgacon: their annual house con turned online for the covid lockdown. Covering games we’ve played recently like D&D, Fiasco, Troika, and Book of War. Online gaming technologies like Discord, Zoom, Roll20, Skype, and vMix. Ideas…

  • D&D on the Internet | Season 02 Episode 12

    Dan and Paul discuss how to play tabletop roleplaying games over the internet. From video chat to virtual table tops, they cover all the best ways to keep your game running when everyone cannot get together at the same table.