Highlight reel of level’s 1-3 for the Redguard Necromancer, Sinore.
A group of adventurers meet at a funeral and begin a quest to locate the cause of and stop the “Death Curse”.
Join the ArchaeoRPG collective discussion. Tonight we will discuss public archaeology, the legacy of Tolkien regarding identity and race, and a sneak peak of our upcoming liveplay role-playing world.
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July 17, 2019 was #AskAnArchaeologist day on Twitter. We decided to carry that over to YouTube. Watch the ArchaeoRPG collective engage with our community and answer questions about archaeology. Watch this very special episode.
The most recent episode of Still Digging featured a discussion of articles by James Mendez Hodes “Orcs, Briton and the Martial Racial Myth…” Part I and Part II. The articles focused on the use of cultural and racial stereotypes in the fantasy genre and in particular within the tabletop role-playing game Dungeons and Dragons.
The ArchaeoRPG crew took that discussion and expanded on it discussing the roles that anthropology and archaeology had played in creating the kind of race science used within the fantasy genre. We then discussed what can we as archaeologists today do to change these embed pieces of the fantasy genre while still keeping the features of the genre that drew us to it to begin with.
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