End of the Year
Bart Carroll & Shelly Mazzanoble
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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.
In this episode—usurper! Bart Carroll pitches in as host, along with your player-in-chief ("don’t call her an ombudsman, even though it's exactly the same thing"), Shelly Mazzanoble. First up, Chris Tulach enters the studio to discuss D&D Organized Play in 2009, and a little of what folks can expect in 2010—starting at D&D Experience. Then Shelly interviews DDI's Chris Champagne about roles, responsibilities… and going into labor in the middle of a game session. Finally, Bart and Shelly bounce a few questions off each other, about Facebook, Twitter, the D&D Community—and reports of another celebrity's former D&D days (hint: Bears, Beets, Battlestar Galactica).
All that, plus we completely mispronounce "potion miscibility" and play: Where in the world is Chris Perkins off to now?
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