D&D Podcast: MM3
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 crack open the Monster Manual 3 and tour through its pages, stopping by the nerra, banderhob, catoblepas—and question the presence of Imix and Ogremoch yet the absence of Yan-C-Bin. Plus, Shelly Mazzanoble, player-in-chief, corners designer Robert Schwalb to ask about life as a freelancer.
This Podcast: MM3 Notes
00:25 – The unfortunate sidekick business rears its ugly head again.
01:00 – Shelly objects to the very existence of monsters.
03:00 – True origins of the maw demon.
08:25 – Catoblepas: Sanjaya of the Monster Manual?
15:30 – Mike reveals all of his secrets (whether we want them or not).
15:50 – Minotaurs! Not named Kevin...
17:35 – Mike has World Cup on the brain.
21:35 – Shelly makes Robert Schwalb cry.
27:10 – Mutant, one-eyed chickens.
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