Mike Mearls & Jeremy Crawford
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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, we explore the pages of Divine Power!
Clerics have come a long way from the earliest days of casting their first spell at 2nd level, limited to such support effects as detecting evil, creating light, and turning sticks into snakes. Hosts Mike Mearls and Jeremy Crawford look back at the origins of the divine power source, as originally encapsulated in the cleric.
From there, they discuss the options available in the Divine Power sourcebook, coming for not only clerics but also the avengers, invokers, and paladins around the game table.
Finally, Shelly Mazzanoble (Player-in-Chief) stops by as part of DM Appreciation Month to ask Mike and Jeremy how they began their careers—not in R&D, but behind the DM screen!
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