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Minicast Ep. 9 now available

June 3, 2010 by


There’s a new minicast available.  My guest is Mike Shea from the SlyFlourish blog.  Together, we try to answer a question about marks in 4e D&D. The minicast can be found at its feed, its own page, or via itunes. You can call in at 305-349-3026, or email the minicast at

NewbieDM Minicast Ep. 8 is available.

May 27, 2010 by


In this episode of the minicast I am joined by G. Dustin Snyder, Community Advocate for Organized Play at the Wizard’s of the Coast Community.  He is going to walk us through the process of signing up for the D&D DM’s Rewards, which gives DMs free gifts for just signing up and running sanctioned games. […]

Minicast Poll

May 13, 2010 by


I’ve produced 7 episodes of the Minicast so far, but I’ve slacked in one important area, the gathering of feedback.  I’ll be upfront with you, I see the subscriber numbers for the feed over on Podbean, but I’m not sure how reliable they are. Either way, stats don’t really matter.  What I really care about […] Minicast Ep. 6

May 10, 2010 by


Mike Shea from the Sly Flourish blog joins me in the latest minicast, and together we try to answer a listener’s voicemail about interesting houserules that can enhance the game.  Both of us provide a couple of houserules, with Mike providing one of the neatest uses for music yet at a D&D table. Mike can […] Minicast Ep. 5 now available

April 27, 2010 by


On this episode of the minicast, I am joined by Chris Sims, a former D&D game designer for Wizards of the Coast. Together, we attempt to help a listener who asks about how to best incorporate published adventures into his campaign world, along with how to bring in pre-published npc’s and location names. Chris Sims […]

Reader Voicemail: Presenting Your Adventure

April 14, 2010 by


I thought this voicemail would be better answered as a post, rather than on the minicast.  So here goes… How a DM prepares or presents adventures is something that I am sure varies from table to table.  In my particular case, and how I mentioned in our new “Dungeon Master Guys” podcast, I constantly seek […] Minicast Episode 4 is now available

March 29, 2010 by


Quinn Murphy from the At-Will blog joins me in the latest minicast, where a reader asks about scaling encounters for more than 5 players. Remember to call the voicemail at 305-349-3026 and leave a question for both the minicast, and the upcoming Dungeon Master Guys hosted by Phil the Chatty Dm, Dave Chalker and myself. […]