Heroes Rise, thirty-second entry: Earthed Arcana

Heroes Rise, thirty-second entry: Earthed Arcana

Welcome, brave adventurers…

… to the thirty-second entry into the Heroes Rise chronicle. This episode was recorded on Saturday, 14th July 2018, and made available for download on Wednesday, 18th July 2018 at heroesrisepodcast.com

In this week’s Adventurer’s Pack, Ostron has a peek into a different kind of workshop. Next we check out a light smattering of D&D News as we don’t bring you the latest Unearthed Arcana, but we do bring you details of some new minis coming our way and the Founders & Legends stream

After that we take a Short Rest and peek into the Gnomish Workshop to learn about Bounded Accuracy, before finally looking into the scrying pool to see what you have to say.

A Short Rest: Gnomish Workshop: Action Economy
mThis Week’s Community Questions
Do you know any more about Waterdeep’s City of the Dead that might reveal more about the upcoming adventure?
Was Greyhawk Initiative really a train-wreck?
What do you think of D&D official lore: immutable rules of storytelling, or the basic putty you can use to mold whatever story you like?


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Oh Lennon, if you only knew how accurate your description of Ostron being the old man yelling at the TV was…
Be that as it may, Ostron has yet again pulled me into the comments thread. So, as has been stated, Games Workshop has sculpted their miniatures beyond my painting abilities and they most definitely have priced their products well beyond my wallet’s abilities. GW is not all bad though. They are the grandfather to fantasy table top gaming as D&D is the grandfather to fantasy role playing games. They most certainly have earned my respect. GW is the reason that I learned to paint gaming miniatures and ultimately the reason that I was introduced to Dungeons and Dragons. Thank you Games Workshop!

On to D&D webcasts. I only watch one and I love it. I’ve had the pleasure of playing under three different DMs that have all run their campaigns a little differently. They’ve all three been great. The webcast shows me another DM style that I might not have known existed before. I also find that in watching other DMs and players, helps to make me a better player myself. It opens up new levels of creativity and game play. D&D is fun and folks should remember that. As Ryu says, a little bit of goofy is quite fun.

Thanks for another great entry! Keep up the good work! Love you guys.

Yes, I’m still one episode behind… I just wanted to say that I *REALLY* enjoyed the discussion about “action economy” in this episode. Thank you for going beyond the “elementary principles” and explaining the mechanics holding them together.

Keep up the great podcast.

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