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In this episode, the discussion is based around playtest content released by Wizards of the Coast that has plenty of goodies in it. In the campaign, after a sneaky investigation and some not-so-sneaky and very questionable methods by Huggar the party solves the crime, but it leads to more questions than it does answers.
In this episode, our hosts discuss the new book Mordenkainen Presents: Monsters of the Multiverse what they look forward to with it as well as the possibilities it holds. Then the campaign follows the party's struggle to solve an attempted murder!
In this episode, our hosts break down what they expect from the new book Strixhaven. Aswell the story heats up with an attempted murder and our party's attempts to trust each other and find the culprit!
In the first episode of this ambitions podcast, our hosts dive into the upcoming book Call of the Netherdeep, an all-new book being released in conjunction with Dungeons and Dragons as well as Critical Role one of the most successful Dungeons and Dragons based podcasts out there! As well they begin their journey in an all-new 5e campaign!
I want you to close your eyes and take this journey with me. You get out of class and speed to the store to pick up the brand new Pokémon game the day it was released. On your way home, you stop at McDonald’s and pick up a large orange Hi-C. As soon as you get home you pop the game in and forget all of your other responsibilities. You’re a kid again! You get to the title screen and, as soon as the game starts, frame drop after frame drop and glitch after glitch. As much as you’re trying to return to that childlike wonder, your illusion keeps getting marred by different Pokémon glitching into and out of the scenery, or ones in the distance moving one frame at a time.
In the wake of Native American Heritage month host, Sam Shipe discusses Native American musicians from years past as well as newer artists that deserve attention.
Welcome movie-watchers to another season of Input 2! At the start of the season, Nintendo directors, Aaron Horvath and Michael Jelenic, announced the voice acting cast of the new Mario movie set to release December 2022. While some of the castings started fans, others enhanced the excitement for the new video game movie. What are some concerns for the movie? How will it fare in comparison to other video game movies? Tune in for all this and more on this week's episode of Input 2!
Who would beat who in a fight? Would Superman beat Batman? Would my dad beat your dad? A lot of these questions will never be answered (except my dad would totally beat your dad for sure). The point is, these questions that turn into full-blown arguments exist across pop culture, and one group of people who champion their icons more than most are horror fans. Now you have the chance to help decide who would win in a fight in the metaphorical boxing ring. Your votes directly relate to who moves on in the bracket, but I took the liberty of making this list for you so that your support is, at the very least, educated.
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings was not predicted to be a box office hit in the wake of movies releasing simultaneously in theaters and onto streaming services. Furthermore, it features a lesser-known Marvel protagonist that had a lot of people doubting the movie’s potential. Despite this speculation, Shang-Chi was a smash hit. Bringing in $94 million over Labor Day weekend, it was even breaking Marvel records. There could be a great deal of reasons for its success, but taking into account the fact that nearly 60 percent of the world is Asian and this is the first Marvel film to boast a cast that is as high as 98 percent Asian, that is a win for representation. The numbers in the United States were boosted in cities with a larger Asian population such as San Francisco and New York City. It has grossed over $257 million despite not being released in China, where Simu Liu is from.
Follow Sam as he breaks down the events and interviews participants at this year's Gen Con convention in Indianapolis, Indiana.Anchor: Sam Shipe
Donda and Certified Lover Boy amassed a great deal of attention when they dropped—for these are two of the most prominent artists of our generation. Both albums came out within four days of each other, with Kanye West releasing Donda first. West and Drake have famously been in a feud for years, so it’s only fair to ask the question: Which album is better?
After the COVID-19 pandemic required many people to work from home with their children eLearning, childcare and paid parental leave became a hot topic of discussion.
After taking a year off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Muncie Three Trails Music Series is back for summer 2021. This music series brings professional recording artists to the Canan Commons Park in Muncie. After kicking off July 10 with the Lost Bayou Ramblers, there are still three ensembles scheduled for this summer.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted two school years at this point, and while restrictions are loosening in the 2021-22 school year due to rising vaccination rates, indicators of the pandemic's impression on students remain.
With the Brood X cicadas quieting down around Muncie, one local artist is interested in lifting their voices.
Cardinal Greenways is hosting a series of events — starting with the “Cardinal 5K” — that offer multiple different methods of getting active, as well as different options for people looking to compete or enjoy time exercising with their families.
Within the last few months, two cyber attacks have crippled entire industries in the United States. One attack threatened a gas shortage on the East Coast and another threatened a meat shortage across the country. With cyber crime on the rise, many people, including Muncie locals and Ball State students, wonder how it can affect them.
With shirts, socks and even breath mints made in Bob Ross’ likeness, his calm demeanor and positive outlook appear to have captivated people nearly 26 years after his death. From 1983 to 1994—the run time of his show, “The Joy of Painting”— Ross became a household name. Then, a few years ago, his name resurfaced and became more iconic in popular culture.
With a buzz of traffic noise around them at Cornerstone Park in downtown Muncie, participants in the Pride Kickoff event created a meaningful experience June 3 to celebrate and uplift the LGBTQ community in Muncie.
Imagine going through an intense leadership program, growing through a pandemic, creating and executing a project that will aid the community, and it disappears overnight.