Podcasts Archive | 7/10/2013
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Scoundrels of Skullport
D&D Podcast
Rodney Thompson, Peter Lee, Chris Dupuis

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In this episode, Rodney sits down with Chris Dupuis and Peter Lee to talk board games – specifically, the forthcoming expansion to Lords of Waterdeep. Scoundrels of Skullport releases August 20th, and the crew looks back at the design of its two game modules: Undermountain and Skullport.

Plus, a quick discussion of this year's Origins, as well as Rodney's D&D Next/Greyhawk campaign.

So sit back, relax—and roll those 20s!


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