Hacking PF2 into 5e

The infamous Pathfinder is undergoing an edition change in the nearish future. Some of the changes are maybe pretty good. Over at his blog, Daniel has written up his thoughts about how you can use some of the more interesting changes in your 5e D&D game.

Link: https://detectmagic.wordpress.com/2018/03/24/pf2-dnd5/

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114 – Investigative Horror

We talk about our experience with Cthulhu-style investigative horror gaming, contrast it with D&D, and get into that theory.

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113 – Hexcrawls, Tomb of Annihilation, and Hot Springs Island

We discuss how hexcrawls can be compelling and how they can fail, exemplified in Tomb of Annihilation and Hot Springs Island.

Correction: Jacob contacted us to clarify that, while he did do all the layout himself, the art was done by Gabriel Hernandez, Eric Quigley, Cecil Howe, Billy Longino, Jason Thompson, Juan Ochoa, and Ron Guyett. And two others helped with the writing: Donnie Garcia and Evan Peterson.

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