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Description: Greg Tito (@gregtito) is all alone this week and continues to have problems with time travel. Frederic Tremblay from BKOM calls in to talk about Tales from Candlekeep: Tomb of Annihilation, including converting the board game to a digital game and some basic strategies for tackling monsters and traps. Lore You Should Know – Matt Sernett (@Sernett) takes us all the way back to chainmail as we talk about the origins of Lycanthropes, their evolution through the editions of D&D, and how you might be able to tie them into your own campaigns. 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:
00:00 – Intro with Greg Tito (@gregtito)
12:33 – Sage Advice with Matt Sernett (@Sernett) - Lycanthropes
34:36 – Interview with Frederic Tremblay from BKOM on Tales from Candlekeep (@TalesCandlekeep)
01:12:27 – Outro with Greg
Watch Dragon Talk recordings live on twitch.tv/dnd Mondays at 2pm PT!
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Here’s video of the interview segment from today’s podcast:
Lore You Should Know - Lycanthropes –
Interview with Frederic Tremblay on Tales from Candlekeep (@TalesCandlekeep)
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.