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I wrote a review for a DMs Guild adventure called "Scarab of Death". It's an adventure that focuses on the pillars of exploration and social interaction, while trying to limit the use of the pillar of combat. I believe it does a good job at it.

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Got one minute to talk about our physical saviour of the Constitution Saving throw? :P
Time for another #Dnd in real life :) Looking at the Constitution saving throw and how we survive our loved ones lol #Rpg
https://youtu.be/Pk1pLh9lN2U

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The Fathers of Tabletop podcast is up with an episode on their top 10 RPG items this holiday season. Well worth listening to.

https://soundcloud.com/fathers-of-tabletop/top-10-gifts-for-the-holidays-2017

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I had a copy reserved since September, so I knew I wasn't going to miss on the alternate cover version. Still, I decided to go first thing in the morning to get it. Overall, I'm pleased by Xanathar's Guide to Everything.

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I wrote a review for a DMs Guild adventure called "Cottage on the Long Road". It's a low level introductory adventure that can be used for new players and by new Dungeon Masters.

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I wrote a review for a DMs Guild adventure called "Finders Keepers". It's an adventure for 20th level characters so you can see how high level play feels like. As a bonus, it contains an article about creating published adventures, based on the experiences of the author.

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Okay, I'm a bit late with this ballad, and still have to do Aeryn's Travel-Log from the Divine Blood game, but here it goes.

The majority of this last session of the Princes of the Apocalypse dealt with information they were receiving from the fronts of the battle that they had sent NPCs to deal with or which the cults had attacked. This including battles between the Moonsilver pegasi cavalry and the Howling Hatred, an assault on Riverguard Keep stalled by defenses; rumors of an auction for a weapon of elemental power in the north; and, worst of all, word that Beliard had been struck by a terrible earthquake.

In addition, this session came with a visit from a representative of the Wind Dukes as a result of their renown rising and earning the reward of a new feat granted by that faction.

http://thrythlind.blogspot.jp/2017/10/news-of-other-battles-princes-of.html

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Here’s the FINAL part of our episode recorded at the UK Games Expo. At Last! Thanks again to the fans supporting the show via Patreon and unlocking that UKGE goal.

After a rather Frenchy episode, we are back on our side of the Channel.

Meet Cecily from Aeon Games publisher of a variety of games using the Mithras system in both fantasy and fantasy settings;

It’s been a while since our last chat with Cubicle 7. This time Jon Hogson introduces us to their latest releases;

A quick stop at the D&D Adventure League’s Epic for a few words with Will Doyle;

Then we had the privilege to meet Rick Meints, President of Chaosium, who shares The Rolistes Podcast interest in Nephilim;

Finally, what a better note to end this weekend that a final word with three listeners (three Rolistes) of the show, Rich Green, Kate and Asako Soh. It was great meeting you three.

Thanks, thanks, thanks Rolistes and all the lovely people I met at the UK Games Expo 2017. Can’t wait to be back there next year.

In the meantime, I recommend to book December 2nd for this year’s #PodcastZone at Dragonmeet with a plethora of shows: Rusty Quill, Ken and Robin Talk About Stuff, The Formal Gamer Podcast , The Rolistes Podcast, The Coriolis Effect, Chimpions, BRB Geek Speak, The Geekly Chronicles , Demipia, The Penance RPG Podcast, Tabletop Twats, The Wild Die, Wizard on the Wynd, Pretending With Dice, The Critical Twits, Dem Drunk Blokes, Lore Maidens, The Pocket Mimic Podcast, How We Roll Podcast, Bailor’s Blades, Crudely Drawn Swords, Girls On Tour Podcast, The Smart Party and many more shows.

Please help the show reach the top of the Podchaser charts and reach new listeners.

The Rolistes Podcast is a proud member of The RPG Academy Network. Make sure to check their many excellent shows.

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I wrote a review for a DMs Guild supplement called "The Book of the Dead: An Undead Bestiary". It's a collection of 120 monsters, most of which are undead. It also contains a few templates in order to create more undead creatures.
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