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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? Presenting Episode 23: A Paragon Tier Adventure.
00:00 – 02:15: In this special video episode—yes, video!—hosts Dave Noonan and Mike Mearls start off with tour through the most treacherous dungeon ever conceived: the halls of R&D.
02:16 – 07:18: From there, Dave hosts a D&D game session for several of the folks in R&D, showcasing both their own skills as well as a sample encounter at the paragon tier. Going clockwise around the table, starting with Dave the DM, we introduce:
Dave Noonan: Dungeon Master
Peter Schafer: Fighter
Rodney Thompson: Wizard
Rob Watkins: Rogue
Jennifer Clarke Wilkes: Warlock
Sara Girard: Paladin
07:19 – 42:40: Then it’s straight into the fight, as our intrepid party runs headlong into a mind flayer, his rakshasa bodyguards, and minotaur heavy!
42:41 – 47:45: The encounter may have ended, but how did the party fare? TPK or victory? Mike interviews our participants on their role in the encounter, as well as asks Dave what would have happened next should the encounter have stretched into further adventure.
47:46 – 48:29: End credits… augmented by the theatric monster stylings of today’s Dungeon Master!
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