Heroes Rise, fiftieth entry: Ravemaster’s Guide to Guildnica

Heroes Rise, fiftieth entry: Ravemaster’s Guide to Guildnica

Welcome, brave adventurers…

… to the fiftieth entry into our chronicle, recorded on Saturday November 24th 2018, and released Wednesday November 28th 2018 over at heroesrisepodcast.com.

For our Adventurer’s Packs this week, Ostron introduces us to his favorite viking lumberjacks (and that’s OK). Next we check out some D&D news as we uncover:

  • Calendars, Sweaters, Dragon Hoards and Rulebooks all competing for your hard earned dollars
  • And our rundown of the Guildmaster’s Guide to Ravnica

After that we take a Short Rest and continue our D&D retrospective series with a look at the golden child of D&D, Edition 3.5, before finally looking into the scrying pool to see what you have to say.

A Short Rest: Archives of Candlekeep: Edition 3.5: The Golden Child
mThis Week’s Community Questions
Have you gotten your hands on Guildmaster’s Guide to Ravnica? What do you like, what doesn’t work for you, and what are you planning to steal?
We know everyone loved 3.5, so instead tell us how you liked 4th edition? Was it an interestingly wild departure from the norm or a total abomination that needed to be forgotten as soon as 5th edition came out?

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1 comment

I always like the entire show but especially some of the more technical discussions. Ostron mentioned a term that I can’t find now when re-listening to the audio. I know that you have an article on the mechanics of Challenge Ratings from April of this year, but have you ever considering doing a short rest on this topic in the podcast? Please cover how it works, then proceed to what works and what doesn’t. Thank you.

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