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Upvoted: [History] 5 Years ago, An ID employee disagreed with Anita Sarkeesian’s stance against the Violence of DOOM 2016, and an attempt was made to get him fired. via /r/KotakuInAction


[History] 5 Years ago, An ID employee disagreed with Anita Sarkeesian’s stance against the Violence of DOOM 2016, and an attempt was made to get him fired.
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Submitted January 22, 2020 at 04:43PM by KIA_Unity_News
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Upvoted: If you’re a DM running a medieval-flavored campaign, Terry Jones’ Medieval Lives series teaches the nuance of medeival Europe with Monty Python-esque humor via /r/DMToolkit


If you’re a DM running a medieval-flavored campaign, Terry Jones’ Medieval Lives series teaches the nuance of medeival Europe with Monty Python-esque humor

Although it doesn't have magic, it makes a medieval-themed campaign MUCH more nuanced by debunking the tropes that don't make any sense (so-called knights' guilds) and expanding on the ones that do (why princesses always getting kidnapped). In short, it makes medieval times make sense and fills in the plot holes.

It's also full of historical situations that your players will think you're extremely clever for coming up with.

Each episode examines a different layer of society (peasants/knights/monks/nobles/outlaws) and in memory of Terry Jones, it's important to see what made him passionate about history after Monty Python broke up.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=em0lSw0FB70&list=PLgeJ6bGP6EDlOomCdN2tZtnbLH5rmv2f9

Bonus: Tony Robinson (Blackadder's Baldrick) made a similar show, "Worst Jobs in History" full of ways to punish murder hoboes with stories more exiting than "now you have to break out of prison"). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jgu7EJ9A8A&list=PL72jhKwankOjHQKPOlD3VP-raNOPMmAbD

Submitted January 22, 2020 at 10:25AM by VoltasPistol
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Upvoted: If you’re a DM running a medieval-flavored campaign, Terry Jones’ Medieval Lives series teaches the nuance of medeival Europe with Monty Python-esque humor via /r/DMToolkit


If you’re a DM running a medieval-flavored campaign, Terry Jones’ Medieval Lives series teaches the nuance of medeival Europe with Monty Python-esque humor

Although it doesn't have magic, it makes a medieval-themed campaign MUCH more nuanced by debunking the tropes that don't make any sense (so-called knights' guilds) and expanding on the ones that do (why princesses always getting kidnapped). In short, it makes medieval times make sense and fills in the plot holes.

It's also full of historical situations that your players will think you're extremely clever for coming up with.

Each episode examines a different layer of society (peasants/knights/monks/nobles/outlaws) and in memory of Terry Jones, it's important to see what made him passionate about history after Monty Python broke up.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=em0lSw0FB70&list=PLgeJ6bGP6EDlOomCdN2tZtnbLH5rmv2f9

Bonus: Tony Robinson (Blackadder's Baldrick) made a similar show, "Worst Jobs in History" full of ways to punish murder hoboes with stories more exiting than "now you have to break out of prison"). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jgu7EJ9A8A&list=PL72jhKwankOjHQKPOlD3VP-raNOPMmAbD

Submitted January 22, 2020 at 10:25AM by VoltasPistol
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Upvoted: How many of you remember that time during the Obama administration when Democrat Senators Diane Feinstein & Mark Udall accused Obama’s CIA Director John Brennan of violating the constitution by spying on the Senate? via /r/The_Donald


How many of you remember that time during the Obama administration when Democrat Senators Diane Feinstein & Mark Udall accused Obama’s CIA Director John Brennan of violating the constitution by spying on the Senate?
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Submitted January 21, 2020 at 06:04PM by BLACKmeOUT37
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