Dave Noonan & Mike Mearls
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Don't just read about D&D's latest news and announcements--listen to them as well! And where better to find inside information than from the very halls of Wizards of the Coast? Presenting the first of December’s D&D podcasts! In this edition, Mike Mearls flies solo, matching wits with Eberron’s Keith Baker as well as D&D Minis’ Stephen Schubert and Matthew Sernett.
- Keith Baker phones in to discuss the latest Eberron sourcebook: Dragonmarked. Along the way, he drops a few hints about how the campaign setting had originally been envisioned and developed, as well as what areas are next to explore.
- The Campaign Setting Search, which Keith Baker won with his Eberron concept, took place back 2003. Details of the search can still be found here.
- R&D’s Matthew Sernett and Stephen Schubert, authors of the D&D Minis Design & Development series, bring along their collection of Blood War miniatures. Not only do they discuss the current set, but also what factors go into the making and choosing of each set’s minis.
- A discussion of the selection process can also be found in the latest Design & Development article, focusing on the gelatinous cube.
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