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Phoenix Down #36

Phoenix Down #36 published on No Comments on Phoenix Down #36

Drawing fire trucks takes a long time, and then we had some things we needed to correct before we uploaded this comic, and those were overlapping with our (scheduled for four weeks and therefore not movable) D&D character creation party today.

We’ve got a vampire-hunting shifter monk, a pirate airship captain Bard, a Cleric and a Gunslinger who sniff glue, and an artificer named Corporal Cuddles for completely valid and awful RP reasons that involve a sugar glider. Looks to be I’ll be DMing for a fun group of lunatics.

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Patreon Rewards & the Excusecast

Patreon Rewards & the Excusecast published on 4 Comments on Patreon Rewards & the Excusecast

I’ve got ideas for making future podcasts better, but Zach and I just wanted to talk to everybody kind of off the cuff.

We have some cool stuff up on Patreon right now, and it’s for Thieves Can’t, but I want my Ramen Empire readers to have it, because I suspect they might care about both IPs equally. If you’re supporting us at the $3 level on the Ramen Empire Patreon, here is a reward dump from the Thieves Can’t patreon page.

I think the reward I’m most excited about is our paper mini of Candor Dauntless.

We’ve also put up her character sheet, for people who are curious about the stats behind the character. This might also help people who are playing the “which Ramen Empire character is playing which TC character” game. It might not, though. Zach said I have to stop helping.

And last and probably least, our Thieves Can’t Podcast, wherein we talk about Candor’s alignment, why Zach is chaotic evil, and the Mousefolk Homebrew.

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