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A big part of why folks play tabletop roleplaying games is for the escapism. We like to experience interseting, fun and different things, put on the skin of cool characters and explore fascinating places. The key to truly trasnoporting ourselves into these fantastic places lies in fostering an immersive experience! In this week's episode I am joined by Keith and Jess from Underground Oracle Publishing to disect how we use skill checks & skill challenges in our games to try and make fun and memorable moments at our tables. If you liked Keith & Jess's insights (who am I kidding, of course you did) you can find them on twitter at @UO_Keith and @JessPendley respectively. You can also follow the Underground Oracle twitter page at @UOPublishing. You can also find more details about the suppliments they create on their website here: https://undergroundoracle.com/ Enjoy! Mat -————— Affiliate Links: DriveThruRPG: https://www.drivethrurpg.com/browse.php?affiliate_id=3513284 Hero Forge: https://www.heroforge.com/tap/?ref=roleplaychat ————— Role Play Chat is a biweekly podcast where your host Mat sits down with content creators from the table top roleplaying game community to take deep dives into #ttrpg related topics (for games such as #DungeonsandDragons, Fates, Warhammer or Call of Cthulhu). These informal discussions will serve as inspiration and advice for fellow Game Masters and Players. Where to you find the show? Twitter: @role_play_chat Email: email@example.com Podcast: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Podbean or wherever you find your podcasts! (https://anchor.fm/roleplaychat) Youtube (on Haitus): https://www.youtube.com/roleplaychat -————— Music: Celebration by Alexander Nakarada (www.serpentsoundstudios.com) Licensed under Creative Commons BY Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/