This week James and Kat cover Hamilton, Pacific Northwest Stories, and Kickstarter in an extra long bro chat.

About the Author
James D’Amato, the world’s foremost Kobold advocate, moved to Chicago in 2010 to train at Second City and iO in the art of improvisational comedy. He now uses that education to introduce new people to role-playing, and teach die-hard Grognards new tricks.

5 comments on First Watch April/May

  1. SoSo_Tsundere says:

    It seemed to cut off early…

  2. Caillin Barker says:

    It seems like the end of this got cut off? Or you decided to have a cliff hanger in the middle of Kate sentence which is a very interesting desision

    1. Caillin Barker says:

      Kat’s* darn auto correct

  3. SoSo_Tsundere says:

    Thanks for fixing that, the rest of the conversation was super interesting. Now you have me thinking about the Drow and Lloth as syncretized Sith philosophy and that of post-Hellenic body worship/obsession, and whether being turned into a Drider is also supposed to expand the person’s perception of the world, and break from traps inherent into a culture of rigid hierarchy and (effectively) ageless sadists.

  4. Kyber Krazy says:

    Calling D&D Cat “Catwitch” is probably sending the wrong signal to your encounter monsters. It certainly sounds like she’s advertising herself as a sandwich….

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