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RPG Research Podcast Episode 2

by Hawke Robinson published Dec 21, 2016 06:20 PM, last modified Feb 11, 2017 04:23 AM
The RPG Research Project's Podcast, Episode 2, with Hawke Robinson and John Welker.

The second episode of The RPG Research Podcast.

Originally Recorded on: December 8th, 2016

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Format: 192kbps MP3

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Discussion Forum: http://rpgresearch.com/community-discussion/forum/rpg-research-podcast/563161242

Discussion Email List: https://groups.google.com/d/forum/rpgresearch

Contents:

  • News: Auction of Original 1st printing D&D Box Update, 21 hours left, current price $10,099+ USD!!! (LINK PLEASE?)
  • News: Significant changes to D&D Organized Play, Adventurer's League.
  • This is not long after killing the Wizards of the Coast Forum.
  • How payment works for writing Wizards of the Coast D&D modules and Adventurer's League modules.
  • Continued from Episode 1, discussion on RPG Characters as Assessment
    • Character sheets have numerical data
    • Unknown about validity and reliability at this point
    • Can see progression of individuals and groups over time numerically.
    • What your choice of character says about you
    • Jungian/Meyers-Briggs style D&D character types to personality type matching
    • Wheelhouse Workshop mentioned in their podcast about using character creation process to help determine therapeutic areas to be targeted
    • Wizards of the Coast: "What Class Are You?" http://wizards.com/dnd/class/index.asp (John's least favorite of these kinds, due to confusing language and/or odd selection options, not really entry-level friendly)
    • Playbuzz.com's "What Dungeons & Dragons Class Are You?" -  (NEED LINK)

 

 

 

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