Each week during the Quests & Adventures live chat, Saturday at 2 p.m. eastern, Nerdarchists Dave and Ted and Nate the Nerdarch hang out live with fans from the Nerdarchy YouTube channel. It’s a chance to share announcements and news, answer questions from the live chat and generally just hang out and talk nerdy with the Nerdarchy community. (Except this week, while the crew was away as featured guests at Cleveland ConCoction!)
In the description of each weekly video, Nerdarchist Ted compiles a list and links to all the videos and website content from the week. But he also shares a selection of cool Kickstarter campaigns. As an avid Kickstarter supporter, he’s happy to share his favorite RPG and gaming-related Kickstarters with you, the Nerdarchy community. Enjoy!
- Tabletop Tokens: Premium Plastic Tokens for Tabletop RPGs
- The Demonplague – A 5E Campaign With Sandbox & Hexcrawl
- Total Party Kill Bestiary: 5E Monsters for Veteran Heroes
- Rappan Athuk: Reborn for Fifth Edition! Go down the Well!
- Eye of the Beholder: The Art of Dungeons and Dragons
- Anyone who’s ever marveled at an incredible piece of fantasy art for D&D, this one is for you. So, for everyone.
- More insights and info about the film and Kickstarter here in our follow-up interview with one of the creators.
- Even MOAR! A live chat visit from creators Brian Stillman, Kelley Slagle and Seth Polansky.
- Self-Standing Leather – Lite Dice Bags
- Capers RPG
- Hack the Planet
Protip: Did you know the D&D Beyond mobile app is up and running? The beta version is available to the public in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store right now, ready to deploy at your gaming table. This past weekend while Nerdarchy attended Cleveland ConCoction as featured guests, we all used DDB to fun games. Whether it was Nerdarchists Dave and Ted and Nate the Nerdarch’s official convention games or any of the several impromptu games we played run by Megan Miller and Nerditor Doug, DDB gave us the tools as both players and Dungeon Masters. In Megan’s game, DDB allowed us to roll up characters in minutes to investigate an attempted murder at an opera house. And in Nerditor Doug’s game – a two-parter during late night sessions on Friday and Saturday – DDB helped conjure up several homebrew monsters and NPC allies for the party to encounter while trying to convince a hill giant druid to take the lead role in a famous play. You can read more about the D&D Beyond app at their website, as well as find great new content by Lead Writer James Haeck and staff writers James Introcaso and Mike Shea.
Since Nerdarchy embarked on a real-life Quest & Adventure this weekend, here’s a video of a recent live chat with Craig Campbell from Nerdburger Games, whose Capers RPG is currently running a Kickstarter campaign right now!
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