Not Another D&D Podcast
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Welcome to the campaign after the campaign! Three unlikely adventurers attempt to right the wrongs caused by a party of legendary heroes who screwed up the world while trying to save it. DM Brian Murphy is joined by Emily Axford, Jake Hurwitz, and Caldwell Tanner for this D&D play podcast.
C3 Ep. 30: Old Man on the Edge of Town (Legends of Irondeep)
C3 Ep. 29: Crown of Dreams (The Dragon Elf Chronicles)
C3 Ep. 28: Pulling Strings (The Dragon Elf Chronicles)
C3 Ep. 27: King of Dragons (The Dragon Elf Chronicles)
C3 Ep. 26: Big Bev (The Dragon Elf Chronicles)
C3 Ep. 25: A Shocking Strategy (The Dragon Elf Chronicles)
C3 Ep. 24: Serpent Knight (The Dragon Elf Chronicles)
C3 Ep. 23: Foster Origins (The Dragon Elf Chronicles)
C3 Ep. 22: The Ol' Crick (The Dragon Elf Chronicles)
C3 Ep. 21: Glen (The Dragon Elf Chronicles)
C3 Ep. 20: The Sapphire Scale (The Dragon Elf Chronicles)
C3 Ep. 19: Hunters of the Void (The Dragon Elf Chronicles)
C3 Ep. 18: Shroomrot (The Dragon Elf Chronicles)
C3 Ep. 17: The Green Lord (The Dragon Elf Chronicles)
C3 Ep. 16: The Terrible Fate of Sir Calder (The Dragon Elf Chronicles)
C3 Ep. 15: Princess Shiverblight (The Dragon Elf Chronicles)
C3 Ep. 14: Unfinished Business (The Mothership Saga)
C3 Ep. 13: Alexandrite (The Mothership Saga)
C3 Ep. 12: Go! Go! Team Tection (The Mothership Saga)
C3 Ep. 11: Beatrix (The Mothership Saga)
nobody is gonna see this but Murph was absolutely a DM scumlord whomper when he rewarded a Nat 20 perception with a deadly no save trap followed by two save or suck spells, he does deserve to get his ass ruined by ridiculousness every episodem #make yourbed
32:13 literally sat down on my kitchen floor to give myself a minute my god
it would have been more efficient to put a level in Bard than take magic initiate
POWER WORD KILL
One Big Bev!
I was so expecting that the dice roll food was already ranked and listed from best to worst, so the result actually reflects what the roll got in numbers. After all, the d20 is not an RNG, it's a qualitative determiner.
i adore that the first question WASN'T EVEN D&D RELATED 🤣 it mentions D&D to establish WHY they were watching the movie, but the whole court case was just about the consequences of their research... Research one could've done just as well without the express cause to involve it in a future game lol
used Thunderous Smite wrong
God damn the first case was boring
Bruce Kugrish aka Kugrash
why didn't Beverly use Lay on Hands?
Calder really took this phrase to heart; "I'm not stuck in this helmet with you, you're stuck in this helmet with me"
All of the ebaumsworld references are killing me. This ep has me reliving all of my favorite Foamy the Squirrel and Salad Fingers moments, and I'm here for it.
I can definitely understand agreeing to reroll a die that was mistakenly rolled with advantage, intentional or not. But who talks to their players that way, giving an immediate ultimatum to reroll or be permanently kicked from the table? Either there's more to that story or that DM is on a power trip. I would find a new table, personally. at our table we always default to rolling with advantage and just take the first number when advantage doesn't apply.
I think a d30 in use by the DM alone could be fun... But it shouldn't be the standard. Like, a creature that is unnaturally capable getting a d30 instead of having some incredibly high bonus? That could be fun. Or, like, if gods rolled with d30s bc they have a beyond possible potential for greatness? That'd be cool! And it uses the heretical die to take on a symbolic purpose through the special cases it is used in! Just making it the die every DM roll uses, or replacing the divine d20 with it... That just sucks?.
That whole Bubble Wizard thing actually has a lot to do with Brennan Lee Mulligan. In a conversation with Matt Mercer and Aabria Iyengar, he talks about how PCs want to go the path of least resistance, but ultimately the players want it to be a complicated and go a path of plenty challenges. Not only were the players arguing with the DM, they were arguing for their characters, and not themselves.
I think the reason the Cleric was gone was because he rolled and went away, THEN the ambush happened. So they didn't know there would be a battle. Also, how I understood the check, it's for whether you need to poop or not. So a nat20 is probably "you can keep it in for hours", not that it's a really good shit.