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Binwin Bronzebottom Joins Idle Champions

Posted by Scott R. Kurtz on June 19, 2018
 
Binwin Bronzebottom is many things:
  • The D&D characters I've played in podcasts and live on stage for over 10 years.
  • A pop culture icon and brand that supports several "catchphrases" and lines of merchandise.
  • The star of his own weekly comic strip called Binwin's Minions.
  • And probably what I'm best known for, despite the fact that I've been a cartoonist for the last 20 years.
 
But now Binwin Bronzebottom has performed his greatest achievement. He's made it into a video game. Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms to be exact. An exciting D&D idle-strategy game from the Canadian Wizards over at Codename Entertainment. In …

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Hospitality

Posted on June 19, 2018

We were in the first dungeon of a new campaign based on subversion and king-replacing. Most of us were new to each other, and the dynamics of which one of us was the fast-talker and which one the rules-lawyer had yet to be established.

After we’d hacked and slashed our way through the first large room full of gnolls, we questioned one about the layout of the caves and what we would find. We learned about "the two big magic guys" down one passage, and the REALLY SCARY THING down the stairs. So we continued down a hallway, carefully opening one door we successfully heard to be empty, and then crept to a second where we heard some 'mutt…

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Madness in the Void

Posted on June 18, 2018

When I was running a 4e D&D game a few years ago, the party encountered a group of frost zombies. These zombies were not your everyday zombies—they were somewhat homebrewed and caused frost damage, but also were a little bit intelligent. Only a little bit.

The party consisted of an Elf Wizard, a Human Ranger, and a Dwarf Fighter. There was also a henchman. So the four of them turn a corner and see these frost zombies. A couple of well-placed spells from the Wizard, arrows from the Ranger, and hacks from the Fighter and the henchman reduced the zombie threat significantly, leaving only what the party assumed to be the leader of the zo…

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