Splatbook 112 - In The City!

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Splatbook 112 - In The City!

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We’re going out beyond the neon lights in this episode! Join DM’s Glen, Cory, Fulongamer and Brian as they open a five-episode arc dealing with city adventuring! After answering a round of emails, the guys go out on the town. First they cover some classes and kits that are best suited for a city campaign, Then they start a five-part segment regarding city building, and wrap things up with a discussion on spells and their effects in cities and towns.

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People Skills: Best city-adventure classes/kits
Rule Zero: City Building I: The beginning
Magic Fingers: Spells and the effects in Towns and Cities

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Email from DM Gravedancer (Handling hand-to-hand combat; punching, wrestling, martial arts)
Email from Jason (Carnival campaign, how to handle different party actions with a skills challenge)
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