Heroes Rise, thirty-eighth entry: Hand/Eye/Mouth Coordination

Heroes Rise, thirty-eighth entry: Hand/Eye/Mouth Coordination

Welcome, brave adventurers…

… to the thirty-eighth entry into our chronicle, recorded on Saturday August 25th 2018, and released Wednesday August 29th 2018 at heroesrisepodcast.com

In this week’s Adventurer’s Pack, Adventurer’s Packs. Yep. Next we check out some D&D news as we bring you coverage of:

  • WizKids’ newest set of D&D minis
  • More ways you can get WGE
  • The WotC PAX West Schedule

After that we take a Short Rest and open our Adventurer’s Journals, this time looking at the Monk class; before finally looking into the scrying pool to see what you have to say.

A Short Rest: Adventurer’s Journal: Monking Around
mThis Week’s Community Questions
If you’re at PAX west, let us know about it. What was new, how were the live shows, and did you find out any juicy secrets?
Are you a big fan of the Monk class or one of the people that’s always shied away from it?
What other artifacts are you hoping we’ll uncover in Undermountain?


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1 comment

I was fortunate enough to take part in a series of one off sessions recently. Each session we had to make a different character and class. I had always heard the talk of Monks being difficult or confusing to play and saw this as an opportunity to experiment. I built a Kenku Monk. I thoroughly enjoyed the Monk Class. It was fun and engaging. I can’t say the same about role playing a Kenku. That was a bit of a pain the ass.

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