Splatbook 110 - Figuring Out Your PCs

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Splatbook 110 - Figuring Out Your PCs

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We’re delving deep into the midset for this episode! Join DM’s Glen, Brian, Fulongamer and Cory as they break out the anaylsis couch. After a round of voicemails, they break out the recorder and notepad and get down to business. First the guys discuss treasure distribution, then they move on to an article in Dragon Magazine about PC motivations. Finally, they wrap things up with a breakdown of an oft overlooked spell, Leomund’s Tiny Hut.

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99% Perspiration: Tips for Beginning DMs, Part Four: Treasure Distribution - How much is too much, how much is not enough?
People Skills - Secret Origins and Motivations of Player Characters (Dragon #225)
Magic Fingers - Leomund's Tiny Hut

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Voicemail from DM Cal (Racial Class limits)
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