Bonus Episode 85 - Soup and Loot

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AnZsDad
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Re: Bonus Episode 85 - Soup and Loot

Postby AnZsDad » Wed Jan 22, 2020 1:59 pm

GinDragon wrote:Not related to food, but once I went to a D&D themed play locally, that was actually an improv show. They pulled one person from the audience to be a character in the play and adjusted the show based on their actions. It was super fun to watch!


Edmonton has a similar group that an acquaintance of mine is involved in. I have not been able to carve or the time to attend, but this recommendation has prompted me to broach the subject with my boss girlfriend.
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Re: Bonus Episode 85 - Soup and Loot

Postby GinDragon » Wed Jan 22, 2020 4:03 pm

I suspect the groups are associated with each other. But this was years ago so I don't remember the name of the theatre company or precise details.

I do know that Edmonton and Calgary often share performers and companies between different festivals and such, so it's likely they are closely related.

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Re: Bonus Episode 85 - Soup and Loot

Postby Aisha » Mon Feb 03, 2020 2:41 am

None of you mentioned the silent, sneaky killer: anything like a sandwich, burger or wrap that drips down onto your character sheet.
"Hexalicious" is not an appropriate flavor designator.

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Re: Bonus Episode 85 - Soup and Loot

Postby NYJoe » Mon Mar 23, 2020 1:10 pm

A big pot of stew is the best tasting and most cost effective way to feed a game group. I go old school with a Dutch oven.

For recipes I use "Fix-It and Forget-It Big Cookbook: 1400 Best Slow Cooker Recipes!" by Phyllis Good.


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