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Cannon Fodder 22
November 10, 2016
This week Troy and Joe discuss the events of Episode 76 including splitting the party in the heat of battle and the tragic moment in the closing seconds. They also answer a listener’s question about how doing the show has helped Troy grow as a GM and talk about using initiative order in and out of combat to create tension.
This week, Troy and Joe talk about about the dungeon crawl game style and it’s origins, the mechanics of how light works in Pathfinder, some advanced races they are interested in playing and how they handle character death and resurrection in their games.
In their 20th installment of Cannon Fodder, Troy and Joe discuss the story of Nargrym’s betrayal from Episode 74, how to resolve the GM’s imagination of a scene if the players can’t envision it, some tips for new players and whether or not the traditional tank/healer/caster/utility party makeup is a necessity.
This week, Troy and Joe talk about the challenges of starting a new chapter of an adventure, ways to bring a new party together and how to handle the conflict between what you want and what your character wants.
On a very special Cannon Fodder, Troy and Joe recap the events of Episode 71, discuss the pros and cons of having an evil character in your party and interview the author of The Hill Giant’s Pledge, Book Two of the Giantslayer Pathfinder Adventure Path, Larry Wilhelm!
Troy and Joe break down the epic finale of Book Two and talk about their conflicting emotions on everything that went down. They also discuss what was actually in the middle buildings of Redlake Fort and share their thoughts on homebrewing a campaign.