Drinks and D&D | Sage Advice



Greg Tito and Jeremy Crawford discuss drinks and D&D, both at the table, and also in game. Sit back, pour yourself some Waterdhavian ale from the Yawning Portal, and listen to this fun discussion. Originally recorded: 2/14/20.

0:00 – Introductions
2:10 – The tavern is a major trope for D&D
5:30 – How the rules in game might be used for how drinks affect characters
8:19 – How Jeremy ran a drinking game for his players’ characters, and its inspiration
9:16 – Using drink quantity to determine impact on social checks
12:07 – What impacts might be for the next day in the game, reinforcing player choices
13:53 – Turning conversation more serious, alcoholism awareness
16:16 – Try to only bring difficult or scary sides if there is the chance to be victorious
17:10 – Drinking isn’t always about getting drunk
19:07 – It doesn’t always have be wine or ale
20:26 – Reminder: Don’t drink and drive

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  • Coffee with a bit of tequila. We call it Cafe con Piquete. Coffee with a sting.

    Aldo Sepulveda July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • I.e., D & D, a game of violence, evil, monsters should be played as blues clues.

    David Lowry July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • all that fancy audio equipment and still peaking 🙁

    Booy Lock July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • Please give us back the Love Cleric.

    Agent Milos July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • Rules of any get together at my place…..

    1) if you have a problem with people drinking…. leave
    2) if you have a problem with people not drinking… leave

    and when I run a game….
    3) i only have a brief outline of what is going on in my game once the party has gathered, and i have just cracked my first beer

    Nick Gidzak July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • Thanks Sage Advice. Well done!

    Mark Lishman July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • Don't avoid the topic. Has J-Craw gone lich and Greg Tito is subtly telling us? I demand answers!

    Eljézem Ravenlied July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • Dungeons and Flagons anyone?

    Jason Greenwood July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • Cannabis is a much more RPG friendly substance, IMO. Unless you enjoy running games for children, because that's what alcohol quickly devolves players into.

    Purple Microdot July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • We play at the pub primarily cause they welcome us and our LGS is MTG centric and D&D isn't profitable space. It's been good to be able to have beers.

    Raving Bean July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • wow dnd 6e announced right away. Can't wait for 2024! lol 😛

    ugglefitteskinn July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • I think it is very important at session 0 to ask everyone if they are comfortable with alcohol at the table, and state "If anyone does not want it there, we don't ask why, we accept it without question." Alcoholism and trauma from alcohol is common, and the game is great to play with both wine and coffee.

    And if you can't enjoy the game without alcohol, either find a group where you can drink, or even better, some help with your drinking habits. (Not being judgemental here. Alcohol is a deceptively dangerous drug, and everyone using it should be aware of their habits.)

    japphan July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • My house rule for consumption of alcohol is that you can have a number of drinks equal to your con modifier without getting drunk. After that, each consecutive drink requires a Con save with a DC determined by the type of alcohol. For example, I've been eyeballing "elven wine" at around DC 10 + 3 per glass. Once you fail a check, you gain the "poisoned" condition, and if you fail a check by 5 or more then you vomit and probably pass out.

    Dan July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • Don't Drink and D&D… 😛

    RPGmodsFan July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • I often make different drinks with different DCs based on poisons lol

    Michael Pucci July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • Mordekainen's Lucubration is NOT Mordekainen's Lubrication =) but that drink is potent! yer welcome Pennyarcade. Also, the Inn of Bree, should be a drinking game. Look up "High Gravity Beer".

    6 Feet Darts Muzzle July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • Our party had a cleric to the god of pain, and we had the ongoing joke that he got into character by drinking lacroix. (Because we all agree it tastes angry/painful)

    inertial-reel July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • Jeremy labeled as Shelly Mazzanoble? I think the graphics guy was drunk too.

    Thomas Fitzgerald July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • This was awesome! Also where can I get your wall art! Each piece is fantastic! I want them all so bad!

    Ballin Hobo July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • when you hit the chickens enough in legend of Zelda, you get flocked on hard…. 😉

    Steve Von Doom July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • I really Really REALLY like these!
    Please keep making more!!

    Shnimberz July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • Don't drink and DM!

    Earmark Audiology, LLC July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • Modern fantasy was born in "The Bird and Baby" pub.

    PalleRasmussen July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • For D&D, I can imagine the scene from the original Highlander movie when Connor Macleod opens a liquor several centuries old and describes what was happening when it was bottled.

    Chris Housenick July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • A very interesting topic, that I have seen go both ways.

    How to D&D July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • Drinking ruined my D&D group.

    Scott Mcley July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • Apparently, Jeremy Crawford is impersonating Shelly Mazzanoble at the beginning of the show.

    Doug Erickson July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • Shelly is cosplaying Jeremy VERY well this week.

    Vineares July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • Alcoholic beverages were not some kind of answer to a scarcity of potable water. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFC32MzqHIc

    C O2 July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • I love drinks in game. I let my players come up with the names of some of the brews in my campaign. We have Orcish Tequilla, Experimental Elven Wine, Dwarven Top Shelf, Troll Hooch and Goblin Moonshine.

    VincentCross July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply
  • Jeremy Crawford just gave me the alcohol talk my dad never did.

    James Fisher July 25, 2020 2:49 pm Reply

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