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Having Some Fun Talking About Sneak Attack (Podcast Included)


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It's been a while since I played a character with rogue levels, but over the past half year or so I've developed a new appreciation for minutia of the rules about when it goes off, how it interacts with Uncanny Dodge, etc. I think it's under-appreciated, as a player.

So, when I was asked by some folks I'm working with to pick a topic for Risky Business, one of the shows on the YouTube channel Dungeon Keeper Radio, I decided to have fun riffing on sneak attack.

Take a listen if you're so inclined.

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