Remember those thrilling days of yesteryear, when D&D came in a single box? When rules were there to be guided by the Dungeon master, not in control of him? Where extrapolation was king and fun was the major goal of any adventure?
Those days have returned! As with the very title of the podcast, one can
imagine dangerous dungeons, Wiley Non-Player Characters, and monsters that
might just be able to kill your character regardless of your level? Save or
Die podcast intends to cover them all, from the first box set of 1974 to the
last of the 1990s box sets. If its Dungeons & Dragons and came in a box,
we’ll talk about it.
Our fearless Dungeon Masters will regale listeners with tales of past events and future possibilities. Magic, Monsters, and Mayhems will abound as we delve into the ideas of light rules and heavy
Join Vince and Mike this week, as Liz steps away from the Madness for one week, and she sure wishes she didn’t at this point, Mike and Vince battle the Blue Dragon, and follow up with a review of the infamous B2 Module! Check it out!
Join the crew as they sit back and talk about their week in gaming, then defend their way through weapon damage as they attack the most iconic D&D dragon there is, the RED DRAGON! This week’s adventure is ended with a nice review of Thorkhammer’s Modul...
Emails, emails and more emails! Wow, we got so many emails (thanks everyone!) that we dedicated a whole show to reading and answering your emails. Keep them coming! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
DM Vincent sits down with TSR’s Jean Wells, as she answers some much wondered questions about the infamous B3 Module the Palace of the Silver Princess, and why the module was redone. Jean also tells about her time at TSR and what happened afterwards in...
The Trio reach down in the mail bag this week and read off a bunch of letters. Awesome thank for those! Then they fall down into a random dungeon, and decide, did they bring the right equipment with them? Mike didn’t 🙂 Then in Random Encounters they sp...
Hey folks, listen in as the crew talks about their week in gaming. Then jump into how should a DM treat “leathality” in their campaign. Randon Encounters is a big giant mess as the host go over ways you can play Jellies in your campaign.
Hey folks, thanks for joining us again, as the crew chats about their week in gaming, and then goes over the combat system. They compare each box set side by side. Then talk about the often under used NPC Parties,