Strap in, this is a LONG episode. Our new friends from Curse Media call in to chat about the digital tools coming this summer in D&D Beyond. Shelly Mazzanoble (@shellymoo) and Greg Tito (@gregtito) reassert their love of voice-acting C-3PO. Sage Advice – Jeremy Crawford goes into all the thinking and potential pitfalls behind multi-classing in D&D fifth edition.

Here’s a guide to when each segment on the podcast begins:

00:00 – Intro with Greg Tito and Shelly Mazzanoble

09:35 – Sage Advice – Multiclassing

01:04:49 – Interview with Adam Bradford (@BadEyeAdam) & Leah Koons (@LeahKoons)

01:56:00 – Outro with Greg and Bart

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Adam Bradford
Product Lead

Adam Bradford (aka BadEye) is the Product Lead for D&D Beyond at Curse. His passion for gaming started with The Legend of Zelda, but his first love has been Dungeons & Dragons for over two decades. He spent many years working a comfortable-but-boring job in the ordinary world before answering the call to adventure with Curse, promptly planting the seeds that became DDB. Adam lives in Huntsville, Alabama with his wife, two sons, and his husky and bassador animal companions named Samson and Delilah. You can find Adam on Twitter (@BadEyeAdam).

Leah Koons
Marketing and Event Specialist

Leah Koons (aka ElfQueen) is the Marketing guru over at Curse and DDB. She spends her hours reading too many fantasy novels and getting slightly heated over PC games. She's a newbie to Dungeons & Dragons, but quickly became addicted, and now plays both a wood elf druid (obviously) and a dragonborn drag queen, because why not? You can find Leah on Twitter @LeahKoons.

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