Holiday Gift Guide

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In this episode, we break format to give you some gifts suggestions of the holidays – whether you give them to your favorite tabletop playing pal or add them to your Christmas lists is entirely up to you.

First up, the Dragon Heist platinum edition (02:15).

We chat about dice (07:00). Artisan makes very nice dice.

We talk about Wormwood dice vaults and accessories (09.00).

Stu laments that he didn’t own the Masks of Nyarlathotep prop set from the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society. It comes in two flavors, regular and holy crap that is expensive (09:45).

Art & Arcana inevitably comes up (13:50). Both the regular edition and the limited edition are on sale on Amazon. You can read more of Stu’s thoughts on the regular edition and the limited edition on the Insta.

Hambone suggests the D&D 5E conversion of X1-The Isle of Dread from Goodman Games (17:38). We thought this one would be out in time for the holidays, but alas, it’s hitting shelves in January. You can pre-order it now, though and put a picture of the cover in a card or something. Or you could nab them Into the Borderlands.

We wanted to plug the webstores of World Champ Game Co. and Bodie, but both their webstores are closed right now. Instead, why don’t you throw them a couple bucks on their Patreons: you’ll get some cool stuff every month (19:20).

Hambone hits a couple quick gift suggestions (19:50) like Ghost Fightin’ Treasure Hunters and SRG Super Show

Finally, every year, Hambone’s mom buys his a pound-o-dice from Chessex for Christmas, and that is pretty cool.

See you in two weeks!

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Correction: The singular of dice is die.

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