Nov 11, 2018

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Episode 73: Acclimating to Lankhmar

 

Chances are, you’ve heard a ton about the new Dungeon Crawl Classics Lankhmar material. In this episode of Spellburn, we will go through some of the crucial differences from DCC RPG, including steps for character generation and some of the basic things new players can expect in the setting. Whether you backed the Kickstarter, have already explored the City of a Thousand Score Smokes, have fully dipped your toes into the River Hlal (yuck!), or are completely new to Fritz Leiber and his classic urban fantasy setting, we hope to uncover some of the mystery for you – in what is sure to be the first of a series of acclimating to DCC Lankhmar.

 

Adventures mentioned in this episode:

Greenwood of the Fey Sovereign

 
 
Links mentioned in this episode:

Con on the Cob 2018!

DCC Lankhmar Kickstarter

 

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  1. A very nice episode, and it was great to hear the old format dusted off and given some airtime. This was a great summation of some of the more overt changes in DCC Lankhmar (and I look forward to your discussion of patrons!). Michael Curtis really did hit this one out of the park!

    I am even more jazzed because….sooner or later, you fine judges will be doing this for The Dying Earth as well?

    (Assume the obligatory hate mail for Judge “2nd Edition” Julian, but assume also that it is mild. DCC can be spun, twisted, folded, spindled, and mutilated to meet the needs of a campaign milieu, and I would consider DCC Lankhmar an example of that rather than another edition.)

    Having a new Spellburn to listen to always makes my day!

  2. Phones on mute, please! I don’t stand for it at the table, definitely don’t want to hear it here.

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