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Episode 63: Preserving Your Legacy

YOUR HOST: Dan. SYNOPSIS: Tonight Dan discusses creating a legacy of characters within the same bloodline; the benefits, possible issues, and some ideas that may help in creation.

Direct download: RFB-063.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:43pm EDT
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  • As usual, I enjoyed your perspective on the issue. I've been playing D&D, in its various incarnations, for over 30 years ... and have had a few legacy characters of my own. They certainly add a depth that everyone at the table enjoys. Having said that, I do have one suggestion regarding the vulgarity that ebbs and flows throughout the episode. 1) It's certainly not necessary to make your point (they're usually well thought out) and 2) it actually diminishes your message. Now I realize that this is your soapbox and you are at liberty to say anything you want ... in any way you want. And honestly, I'm now going to stop listening because of a few F-bombs. However, I will also not be promoting your cast to fellow friends and gamers. Especially the younger, more impressionable, crowd.

    posted by: Todd on 2015-07-24 13:28:17

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