Podcasts Archive | 3/1/2013
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Felicia Day
D&D Podcast
Mike Robles, Mike Mearls, Shelly Mazzanoble -- and Felicia Day

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Mike Robles, Mike Mearls, and Shelly Mazzanoble were fortunate enough to sit day with Felicia Day for this episode. Favorite D&D characters, incidents, and philosophies of DMing were discussed by all! For more on Geek & Sundry (and their National TableTop Day), check out geekandsundry.com. And of course, Felicia Day (of The Guild, Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Supernatural, and so much more) can also be found at feliciaday.com.

Previous Poll Results

Last podcast, we asked for your favorite barbarian. The results are in:

In general, how do the NPCs in your world treat adventurers?
Conan the Barbarian 46.5%
The Incredible Hulk, Planet Hulk 11.6%
Cu Chulainn, Irish folklore 9.2%
Beorn, The Hobbit 7.0%
Thundarr the Barbarian 5.3%
Chewbacca 5.1%
Logen Ninefingers, First Law series 4.3%
Conan the Destroyer 4.2%
Rambo, First Blood 3.8%
Bobby, The D&D cartoon 3.0%
Total 100.0%

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.


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