It's a regular (we hope!) segment on the show called "My First Game." My bit starts almost precisely at the 38:00 mark, if you'd rather skip ahead to it. It's a little more focused on the challenge of getting started in the roleplaying hobby, and not as much on my general history, but you might still enjoy it.
Well we will have a brand spanking new venue for Continuum 2008 on the Friday 1st to Monday 4th August 2008. The New Hall [also known as the John Foster Hall] Manor Road, Oadby, Leicester, LE2 2LG, is part of the University of Leicester’s halls of residence.
The Attribute Own a Big Mecha has a table listing all the abilities you get for your mecha per level of the attribute... One column says "SPECIAL ATTACK" and then under it, "SUPERSTRENGTH LEVEL." (both things are on the same column). I'm confused as to whether these are two seperate attributes gained from OBM that just happen to share the same values (thus share a column), or if they are supposed to be the same thing or what. The poorly written manual offers no explanation. Also, if the attribute "Special Attack" is gained through the OBM attribute, does the player have to spend PMVs on the Special Attack as normal? Gaining a Special Attack from OBM seems a bit much, considering its normally a 4/level attribute, but maybe not.
Would evil druids meddle with undeath, or would even they consider it an abomination?
If not, are there any Forgotten Realm deities with the Death domain (yet lack the Undeath domain), who would have a Neutral Evil druid worshiper? Kelemvor is the closest I could find, but he's LN and seems a bit too urban to have a druid follower.
Yes, I know domains are geared more towards Clerics, but a Divine Disciple of a Death god could feasibly be a Druid (per the prestige class description in the FR Campaign book).
I'm not interested in the Blighter prestige class as an option.