Heroes Rise, forty-sixth entry: The Butt Contains Caveats

Heroes Rise, forty-sixth entry: The Butt Contains Caveats

Welcome, brave adventurers…

… to the forty-sixth entry into our chronicle, recorded on Saturday, October 20th 2018, and released Wednesday, October 24th 2018 over at heroesrisepodcast.com.

This week, for our Adventurer’s Packs Lennon gives us a different perspective on mapping. Next we check out some D&D news as we bring you coverage of:

  • D&D Beyond’s latest updates
  • And our favorite bits from Dragon+ issue 22

After that we take a Short Rest from our retrospective series and get into the Spooky Spirit as we discuss Campaigning for Evil , before finally looking into the scrying pool to see what you have to say.

A Short Rest:  Wisdom of the Masters: Campaigning for Evil
mThis Week’s Community Questions
What’s your experience with the D&D Beyond mobile app? Do you think it will take over and make other apps obsolete?
Are you interested in the Maps and Miscellany packs for DotMM or GMGR? If not, or you’re on the fence, what else would you like to see in them?


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1 comment

I am very interested in the map packs. Anything that makes the game more tactile is great for my players. I would like to mention the company GaleForce 9. They make the Spell Cards for D&D. They are coming out with Creature cards and Magic Item cards. The Creature cards are in order of challenge rating not alphabetical. This is a great help to DM’s who may need a random encounter at a particular level. These will be a must-have item.

PS. Dry Erase is the way to go. My players bought me a set and it was a very nice surprise.

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