In opening D&D news Greg and Shelly talk Critical Role: Call of the Neverdeep, Fizban’s Treasury of Dragons as well as the Dragon Talk survey we’d love for you to fill out! Find the link below and make your voice...
Holly Conrad (@hollyconrad) is an amazing roleplayer and costume designer, and D&D fans know her from playing the Tiefling “trash-witch” Strix in Dice Camera Action with Chris Perkins. Hosts Bart Carroll (@bart_carroll), filling in for Shelly, and Greg Tito (@gregtito) ask Holly about Strix, her birds, and her love of Planescape. We also strongly hint at her appearance with the Acquisitions Inc. crew at PAX West. Lore You Should Know – Chris Perkins (@ChrisPerkinsDND) and Matt Sernett (@Sernett) discuss the nation of Halrua. Watch Dragon Talk recordings live on twitch.tv/dnd Mondays at 2pm PT!
Here’s a guide to when each segment on the podcast begins:
06:39 – Lore You Should Know – Halrua
27:35 – Interview with Holly Conrad (@hollyconrad)
01:15:33 – Outro with Greg and Bart
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Here’s video of the interview segment from today’s podcast:
Holly Conrad interview:
Lore You Should Know segment:
Commander Holly is an artist, bird lover, cosplayer, vidya gamer, space commander, flower crown enthusiast, and silly hipster. She has 42 rescue pigeons, 1 dove, 2 cockatiels, a bearded dragon, and two cats. Holly is playing Strix, a tiefling warlock from Sigil.
Greg Tito has had weird and long career as an Off Broadway stage manager, a playwright, a theater carpenter, a secretary, an RPG designer, a games journalist, and now a PR/Marketing person. He has loved Dungeons & Dragons ever since 1985 when he found an old copy of the AD&D Dungeon Master’s Guide on his brother’s bookshelf and he honed that love of fantasy storytelling in the dark streets of Sasserine by way of the Upper West Side gaming group he joined in 2004. He moved his family (wife + two young kids) to Seattle in 2015 to work on D&D and he’s never looked back. You can find Greg on Twitter.
Bart Carroll has been a part of Wizards of the Coast since 2004, having worked with the Star Wars, G.I. Joe, Magic: the Gathering and Dungeons & Dragons brands through the years. He’s also been a D&D player since 1980 (with fond memories of coloring the illustrations in his 1st Edition Monster Manual), and is thrilled that his current role includes the D&D website and Dragon+. His favorite monster is the brain in a jar. You can find Bart on Twitter.