Mike Mearls & Jeremy Crawford
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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.
In this episode, hosts Mike Mearls and Jeremy Crawford discuss what to buy the gamer in your life (of course if you are the gamer in someone's life, you might point them to this episode!). They start with Dungeons & Dragons naturally, but move on from there to look at accessories as well as board games, movies, and some independent fare.
And then it's time for player-in-chief Shelly Mazzanoble to interview R&D's Chris Perkins about his role at Wizards of the Coast, from humble beginnings interning at Lake Geneva, to Dungeon Magazine submissions, and onward to Design Manager. (Bonus topic: Chris announces the funniest word in the English language. Folks, we wash our hands of this one!)
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