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Klingons & Kobolds!

Klingons & Kobolds!

This special two topic Rant explores the kobolds and the klingons. One a sneaky, clever race of cavern dwellers. The other a space faring warrior people. We talk mek’leths and pit traps, we talk tribbles and dragons, we talk kobolds versus klingons!  

The Late Rant & A Quick Note

The Late Rant & A Quick Note

Let’s start with the Rant that should have went live a few days ago.     Okay, now that you can listen to that I want to throw up a couple of updates. First Untamed Dice is going to continue being give and take. There is a lot going on right now and my focus continues to be this blog. I have a number of reviews lined up and the continuing GM’s Dictionary. In addition there are Dev Diary entries…

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New Untamed Rant Is Here!

New Untamed Rant Is Here!

Sorry for the delay! Some personal stuff happened this weekend so things are a little out of whack. More coming this weekend with an update as to what to expect coming up! For now take a listen to us talk over some interesting golem types and come up with a few of our own!  

The Multiclassing Rant is Here!

The Multiclassing Rant is Here!

Tonight I have for you the 9th Untamed Rant featuring a discussion on why multiclassing can be cool, why you shouldn’t worry about some difficulties, and how cool it can be. If you like the show and want to get it early think about becoming a Patron. You will get it 2 weeks earlier than everyone else AND we have a special patron rant in the planning stages of becoming a goal for as little as $1 a month! Oh…

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Across The Planes Of Existence!

Across The Planes Of Existence!

Hey everyone! The latest Untamed Rant is out now, for all listeners. It features some talk about our favorite planes of existence from mirrors to nightmares. The vote for next month’s has also been completed. It will feature a topic that I really love: Multiclassing! Occasionally underrated and often difficult to balance choices, I look forward to discussing the possibilities with multiclassing.