Splatbook 143

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Splatbook 143

Post by rendclaw » Wed Sep 05, 2018 12:03 am

Splatbook 143 – Various and Sundry XI

We’re a bit shorthanded in this episode, so we decided to randomize! Join DMs Glen and Brian as they deal with a few random topics. After answering some emails, they turn to matters at hand. First they talk about the various types of city adventures, they turn to a rarely used spell, Restore Strength, and then finally, break down the mysterious arachnoid, the Chitine.

Rule Zero – City Adventuring and Role-playing
Magic Fingers – Restore Strength
Snipe Hunt - Chitine

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