Fixer Up – Ep70

Fixer Up – Ep70

Hey Acererak, what are your property taxes?

Why is it that when a gaming group encounters an area that is overrun with foul monsters and creepy enemies they want to remodel the recently cleared dungeon for their own use? Be it a cool wizard’s tower or an orc infested and rundown keep, players love to claim not only the treasure but also include the dungeon in the spoils.

 

Fixer Up – Ep70

 

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Cast – Eric, Mike, Dan, Mark and Shawn

 

Intro: Eric

Outro: Dan

 

Running Time – 27:49

 

 

Links to Items Mentioned:

Savage Tide 

Dungeons & Dragons

A Knight’s Tale 

Skyrim

Fable

Fallout 

Shadowrun 

Mutants and Masterminds

RPGNow 

Rogue Trader 

Star Wars 

Snatch

Sons of Anarchy

Zak Sabbath

Dresden Files 

Call of Cthulhu

Vampire the Masquerade 

Legend of the Five Rings 

2 thoughts on “Fixer Up – Ep70

  1. This is one of my favorite subjects, it never gets old and always brings back good memories. You know a game is going good when you want to invest time or energy into owning a piece of the setting.

  2. Topics like this are how I know you are my kinda folks. I have a perfect Example of how this can change a campaign.

    One of the best examples was the adventure N5 Under Illefarn. In the adventure, we were working towards exploring this huge abandoned Dwarven castle who’s foundry was leaking into the water supply. The adventure has two factions seeking the castle Dwarves (reclaiming it) and a party of Necromancers (looting it). Our group held both in a truce up until we came across two HUGE 300,000 GP Dwarven Statues. The Dwarves offer was somewhat low. 🙂

    Naturally, my character was also a necromancer. With two spells from our NPC ally, the dwarves were basically out of the way. As nobody in the township really knew about their plight, and we had gained a minor title already, we became the new rulers. Not bad for an adventure for Character levels 0-3.

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