Welcome, brave adventurers…
… to the one hundred eighty-first entry into our chronicle, recorded on Saturday, September 11th, and released Wednesday, September 15th over at heroesrisepodcast.com.
In this week’s Adventurer’s Pack, Ostron rolls his way through a dungeon.
Next we check out some D&D News as we uncover everything that’s leaked out of the feywild. [Someone’s gonna need to clean that up.]
After that we take a Short Rest and head into the Archives of Candlekeep to learn all about hags; before finally heading over to the Scrying Pool to see what you have to say.
A Short Rest: Archives of Candlekeep: Hags of the Feywild
Last Week’s Community Questions, A Reminder
So of the leaks that we covered, what interested you the most? Do you want a sentient vorpal sword? Do you hate clowns and living dolls? Do you want your own chorus of mushrooms?
What’s your take on hopping bunnies? Is the ability something that grants bonus movement, or is it subtracting from the character’s base movement?
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