Volume 1 Issue 48 – Sweep The Leg

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Table Manners – Martial Arts Fighting 1:16.142
Oriental Adventures – pg 101

Game Mechanics – Spies – 29:44.322
Dungeon Master’s Guide pg 19

Creature Feature Theater – Mongrelman – 39:16.321
Monster Manual 2 pg 92

Blackstone’s Vault – Ravenloft – 48:33.615

Dragon’s Hoard “Bucknard’s Everfull Purse” – 1:06:25.783
Dungeon Master’s Guide pg 140

OUTRO 1:17:03.760

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1 comment on “Volume 1 Issue 48 – Sweep The Leg”

  1. Giovanni

    Hi Guys,

    The podcast is getting better and better everytime I listen to it.
    I look forward to hear the new episode every week.

    I was wondering when we are going to get the new one for this week. Hurry up! 🙂

    Another thing I would like to hear about is how big an impact D&D had on american culture, how big a cultural phenomenon was it back in the days.

    I understand you guys talked briefly about this subject but I thought it would be nice to have some more in depth information.

    I come from Italy and live now in Japan and in both of these countries D&D is known but only to a very small number of people and when you mention dice and pencils etc, people look at you like you are from the moon; therefore I was wondering how the game was perceived by the general public, the media etc.
    How was back in school for example, how was the attitude of teachers toward the game and the kids who played?

    Thank you for the weekly fun and keep up the great work.

    Giovanni

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