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[PODCAST] The Natch 20 Review: 3.5 Edition Dungeons & Dragons

January 31, 2017 | Posted by John Bates

Our Month* of D&D returns and we’re over the halfway mark!

This week we talk about Dungeons & Dragons’ 3.5 Edition, one of the most popular and still one of the most widely played tabletop RPGs in existence – and for good reason. As we talk about in the review, it codified a lot of things that made playing the game fun and rewarding, removing a lot of the convoluted muck and ‘intellect puzzles’ of the previous editions. We also mention that we’re trying out a new method of recording – be sure to let us know what you think. This time, instead of using a stationary omni mic we passed around a performance mic – It has it’s pros and cons compared to the previous version, but I think we’ve hit upon a better idea for next week so look forward to (hopefully) a better sounding experience for next episode.

As a company, Final Show Films wants to thank you guys for bearing with us as we make equipment changes to try and improve the experience for you guys. We also appreciate any and all feedback!

Please enjoy our review of 3.5e Dungeons & Dragons – And look forward to next week, when we review the dreaded 4th Edition.