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docbeard
Jul 18, 2011

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I'm about halfway through Trinyvale and yeah, Caldwell is definitely running into all the usual inexperienced DM pitfalls but everyone is clearly having too much fun playing for that to matter much.

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docbeard
Jul 18, 2011

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Seluin posted:

DM Caldwell had Big Beverly Energy, and I abso-loving-lutely loved it.

Probably best as a single campaign, but sometimes I love frosting on top of my frosting.

Yeah I would not want every campaign to be like this but there is little I enjoy more in this sort of podcast than hearing people having an absolute blast with each other.

docbeard
Jul 18, 2011

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The plot of Trinyvale as I understand it:

IT'S A JAM TRAP, BROTHER!

also something something crystals

docbeard
Jul 18, 2011

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It is minorly weird being also named Brennan and reading these threads (and/or listening to NaddPodDontSingYet). I know most people go through "other person has the same name as me" all the time but I don't.

docbeard
Jul 18, 2011

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Ainsley McTree posted:

I haven't regretted it even a little. they're often as funny as the normal episodes, and obviously the behind-the-screen insights into what could have happened if choices/dice rolls had happened differently can be really interesting.

The $5 tier also gives you ad-free episodes, which, considering how annoying some of the ads can be, would be worth it on its own

Yeah, I'd pay five bucks for the ad-free episodes on their own.

But yeah, the Short Rests are definitely worth it, especially if you like hearing the group just goofing around together and laughing themselves silly (which if you don't you're probably still not listening to NADDPod in the first place).

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docbeard
Jul 18, 2011

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I really enjoy that the new world is basically an unresolved argument over whether to run a grimdark low-magic campaign or a wild and crazy magic fairyland one

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