Season 3, Episode 007: Interview with Margaret Poplin

Greetings Gamers! Sorry for this getting posted a little late. I’m sorry to say I got wrapped up in some gaming and forgot to post. Forgive me! I’ll set up the flogging as punishment later.

Anyway, this week we interview a great artist and gamer Margaret Poplin! She talks to us about working with Howard and Sean on their Gaming Music Project and what it’s like being an Artistic Gamer… or is it Gaming Artist. Anyway, come join us for the fun and find out!


News: Chaosium: Chronicles of Future Earth, Pathfinder: Midgard Bestiary, Werewolf: Translation Guide, Tumblr: Hell Yeah Game Masters!
Main Event: Interview with Margaret Poplin
Helpful Links: Margaret Poplin’s Website, Margaret Poplin’s Tumblr

Roll High, Play Well, Die Hard!


One Response to “Season 3, Episode 007: Interview with Margaret Poplin”

  1. I think the only way to have a Cleric in 3.5 D&D channel both positive and negative would be if they were Neutral …

    … “Neutral alignment, also referred to as True Neutral or Neutral Neutral, is called the “Undecided” or “Nature’s” alignment. This alignment represents Neutral on both axes, and tends not to feel strongly towards any alignment .. Some Neutral characters, rather than feeling undecided, are committed to a balance between the alignments. They may see good, evil, law and chaos as simply prejudices and dangerous extremes”

    So this Neutral Cleric would see necromancy and rebuke as a balance. This would be the ONLY alignment possible of do so. As any other variations (lawful neutral, neutral evil, etc) tend to lean towards a more positive outcome (rebuke) or the negative (necromancy).

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