Splatbook 142

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Splatbook 142

Post by rendclaw » Sun Apr 29, 2018 12:41 am

Splatbook 142 – Watch Your Step. It’s Slippery!

We’re donning our anti-slip shoes for this episode! Join DMs Glen, Fulongamer and Brian as they bring another episode of 2nd Edition goodness! After handling the emails, the fellas get right to work. First they discuss two D&D staple magical items, the Cloak and Ring of Protection, then they continue their breakdown of the slaad race, this time putting the blue slaad under the microscope, then they bring things home with a Brainstorm about a Sleeting Woodland.

Magic Fingers – Cloak/Ring of Protection
Snipe Hunt – Blue Slaad
DM Brainstorm – Sleeting Woodland

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