Heroes Rise, sixty-ninth entry: The Wrath of Ostron

Heroes Rise, sixty-ninth entry: The Wrath of Ostron

Welcome, brave adventurers…

… to the sixty-ninth entry into our chronicle, recorded on Saturday April 11th, and released Wednesday April 17th over at heroesrisepodcast.com.

This week for our Adventurer’s Pack, Ryu promised that if we crossed her palm with silver, she’d read our fortune. Next we check out some D&D News as we uncover:

  • D&D Beyond’s latest updates
  • D&D Live 2019s badges
  • A blog entry from James Introcaso that got us thinking…

After that we take a Short Rest and get some Wisdom from the Masters on running actual stealthy missions, before finally looking into the scrying pool to see what you have to say.


A Short Rest: Wisdom from the Masters: Actual Stealth Missions

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mThis Week’s Community Questions
What do you think about the admission price for D&D Live? Does it make sense given the swag and events, or is this drastically overpriced?
What’s your approach to boxed text in adventures? Read the whole thing, paraphrase, or just ignore it and make up your own descriptions?
And what’s your approach if you’re sneaking into a location or when you want to create a stealthy scenario? Do you have go-to modifications and tricks you employ to make a stealth run possible?


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