Dragon & Dungeon
Dave Noonan & Mike Mearls
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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 26: Higher Play.
In this episode, we discuss highlights of higher-level play. Dave Noonan just happens to be running an Epic Tier campaign with several folks here in R&D, and dragged three of his players into the podcast studio to discuss their experiences.
First off, let’s meet the players and their PCs. Who are they and what are they playing?
Rich Baker: Ulwhe, Sorcerer/Warlock (Demigod)
Logan Bonner: Sorek, Shadar-kai Spellstorm Wizard (Archmage)
Rob Watkins: Garreth, Elven Rogue (Deadly Trickster)
Sample Higher-Level Characters
Interested in trying out a higher-level character? This Friday, we’ll post a set of Paragon Tier characters in the Character Sheet section of the website, based on the H1 Keep on the Shadowfell sample characters.
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