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Haste w/ guest co-host Andy Aiken of Masterplan. Masterplan, D&DNext Playtest Begins, RoleplayingTips Canned Fluff for Combat!| Episode 47 |
Tonight we’re joined by Andy Aiken, creator of Masterplan 4e. Masterplan is one of the nominees for our Excellence In Innovation Award this year so Andy is here to answer some questions about it and talk RPG’s with us! RPG Stack exchange contest is over, and the winners will be announced this Wednesday May 23rd, so stay tuned!
Haste with guest host Jonathan Tweet: Fancy Dice, Pathfinder Online Tech Demo Kickstarter, 13th Age RPG| Episode 46 |
Tonight we’re joined by Jonathan Tweet, one of two lead designers on the upcoming RPG 13th Age. Jon will be answering some questions and telling us a bit about the game later on in the show. In the meantime, you’ve still got 4 days to enter our RPG Stack Exchange contest! Also, don’t forget to nominate worthy folks of our Excellence In Innovation Award!
We are working on some very important backend stuff on the website, we haven’t forgotten about adding cool new features or innovating. Lots of behind the scenes stuff is going on, Micah wrote a blog post about it. Check it out! Also, we’ve got a winner for the caption contest!
Haste: Shadowrun Returns and Wasteland 2 Kickstarters, DnDNext Legends & Lore Polls, Roleplayers Chronicle[Episode 41]
The d20Monkey caption from March has wrapped up, congrats to our winner Andrew B! There’s a new comic up so be sure to check it out! Speaking of checking things out, be sure to take some time to check out Stitcher Radio, where you can now listen to Haste right on your mobile device without any downloading or syncing!
Read It Before It Gets Brought Down!
Up until just recently we’ve only had little tidbits of D&D Next information thrown our way, sometimes from official events and conventions, or the polls WotC has been running on their website. There have also been some supposed “leaks” of playtest documents floating around the internet, but the credibility of those is questionable.
Now we have yet another source – NDA’d bloggers. A recent change, perhaps something internal, has caused some D&D community members to become vocal about their experiences with the still in development version of D&D.