I'm back, baby!
September 2, 2014 at 10:23 am #41751
EDIT: … at least for now.
I’ve no idea if this is the best place, but, starting Friday, I’ve been working on catching up on D&D!
So far, I’ve only gotten to return to Iron Back Mountains after listening to Endless Bummer and Back to the Steam Tunnels, but I wanted to say that these things are great!
You guys have done really well. Good job. And thanks!
EDIT: Oh, and a minor thing you may want to fix, in your archives, under “Book III” it says, “Head over to the main D&D page for Book II episodes!” Very minor, but maybe worth fixing. 🙂September 2, 2014 at 5:37 pm #41757
Welcome back man. Always good to get some more people on the forums 🙂 Yeah, listening through the old episodes (or catching up) is a worthwhile experience for any nerdy fan.September 2, 2014 at 7:06 pm #41763
@tacticslion Welcome back, dude! Good catch on the typo – who knows how long it’s been there!September 3, 2014 at 10:54 am #41788
Glad to have helped, Cap, however minor. 😀
Your show (Nerdy Show, D&D, etc.) is something I’ve loved, but being a stay-at-home means less time for this kind of thing than a full-time employee, I’ve found.
I’m more or less splurging, grabbing as much as possible between now (when my son is at school: he’s THREE! ARG! WHEN?! HOW?!?) and when my next baby is going to be born this November.
You guys are still rocking. 😀September 3, 2014 at 3:33 pm #41799
I’ve a question: did Hex remove himself from Dungeons & Doritos?
(I can see all sorts of reasons, from life or anything else, but Vimak kind of vanishes from the episode previews, so I was curious.)September 3, 2014 at 6:18 pm #41807
@tacticslion Nope! No one is “removed” from D&D (not even Brian). I speculate you’re looking at chapters 2 and 3 of Book III, which don’t have Vimak, but chapters 4 (out now) and 5 (coming October) both have Vimak. With Book III we’ve kind of taken on a looser approach to the bindings of the narrative so we can play around a bit more with the cast and the kinds of stories we can tell. Book II was so bound by the quest at hand that it restricted recording – not only the kinds of adventures we could have, but also making sure if we had scheduling problems we were boned.September 4, 2014 at 1:12 pm #41827
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