d&d

Episode 57 with Dungeons and Dragons Instructor and Web Designer: Joshua Weber!

Episode 57 of Don’t Quit Your Daydream is with Dungeons and Dragons Instructor and Web Designer: Joshua Weber! Ever feel the itch to try D&D but have no clue how to even start? Josh has designed a website called “Learning D&D” to help even the most experienced player improve their experience. We discuss how letting your nerd flag isn’t a bad thing, best practices for launching a website and a whole lot more!  https://www.facebook.com/learningdnd/    www.learningdnd.com

Episode 57 of Don’t Quit Your Daydream is with Dungeons and Dragons Instructor and Web Designer: Joshua Weber! Ever feel the itch to try D&D but have no clue how to even start? Josh has designed a website called “Learning D&D” to help even the most experienced player improve their experience. We discuss how letting your nerd flag isn’t a bad thing, best practices for launching a website and a whole lot more! https://www.facebook.com/learningdnd/  www.learningdnd.com

Episode 13 with Dungeon Master: Cody Mangold!

In Episode 13 of Don’t Quit Your Daydream we sit down with our good buddy and dungeon master, Cody Mangold. Cody talks about the art of storytelling and how getting together to roll dice with your buddies is nothing to be ashamed of. He takes us through each step of designing your own role playing campaign from building towns to voicing the local innkeeper. Above all else, Cody shatters the “nerd” stereotype and gives information on how you yourself can take part in the wonderful pastime of Dungeons & Dragons. Also, this is another interview that unfortunately had a mixer issue. Given the nature of the conversation, just imagine were speaking via magic!

In Episode 13 of Don’t Quit Your Daydream we sit down with our good buddy and dungeon master, Cody Mangold. Cody talks about the art of storytelling and how getting together to roll dice with your buddies is nothing to be ashamed of. He takes us through each step of designing your own role playing campaign from building towns to voicing the local innkeeper. Above all else, Cody shatters the “nerd” stereotype and gives information on how you yourself can take part in the wonderful pastime of Dungeons & Dragons. Also, this is another interview that unfortunately had a mixer issue. Given the nature of the conversation, just imagine were speaking via magic!