Welcome, brave adventurers…
… to the seventy-ninth entry into our chronicle, recorded on Saturday June 29th, and released Wednesday July 3rd over at heroesrisepodcast.com.
In this week’s Adventurer’s Pack, Lennon figures out how to make his maps flow in 3 dimensions! Next, Gath Memvar opens the Quest Log and reviews Waterdeep: The Plowing and Running by Steve “Jaspor” Orr.
After that we check out some D&D News as we uncover:
- The latest issue of Dragon Plus which includes preview rules for Infernal War Machines, Vehicle Chases and Mishaps
- And a first-look at a few sample creatures from the upcoming Young Adventurer’s series
And then take a Short Rest to hear some Wisdom from the Masters on realizing villainy.
Finally, we head over to the Scrying Pool to see what you have to say.
A Short Rest:Wisdom from the Masters: Realizing Villainy
This Week’s Community Questions
How did Waterdeep: the Plowing and Running sound to you? Do you have another adventure module we should record in the Quest Log?
Are you itching to jump into an infernal war machine and tear across the nine hells? Do the effects and mishaps sound worrying or just exciting?
What do you think of the samples from Monsters and Creatures? Good, digestible snippets of critical information or frustrating summaries that leave out the best pieces of lore?
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