Podcasts Archive | 1/30/2013
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D&D Next/Barbarian
D&D Podcast
Mike Robles, Mike Mearls, Jeremy Crawford, Rodney Thompson

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In this episode, host Mike Robles sits down with Mike Mearls, Jeremy Crawford and Rodney Thompson to discuss the news surrounding the latest D&D Next playtest, including this packet's barbarian. Plus, what to look forward to in future packets—and a debate on the greatest barbarian of all time.

How you can join the playtest: To get started, simply go to dndnext.com (or click the "Playtest" link in the D&D website’s navigation). There, click on the "Start Playtesting Now" button to get started, and simply follow the instructions.

 Who do you think is the greatest barbarian?  
Conan the Barbarian
Conan the Destroyer
Beorn (The Hobbit)
Cu Chulainn (Irish folklore)
Logen Ninefingers (First Law series)
Rambo (First Blood)
The Incredible Hulk (Planet Hulk)
Chewbacca
Thundarr the Barbarian
Bobby (D&D cartoon)

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