First thank you for making this, I want you to know that I do appreciate the extra content and it's pretty cool in general. But still, I think the biggest problem with it it's balancing I guess. Dicey Dungeons is an already dificult game most of the time, and that's part of its charm, but the developer has tried to make it as balanced as possible as to avoid the challenge taking away the fun, and doing that I know is a challenge all in itself.
I'm all for new challenges but you have to be careful because if you make it too difficult, it's no longer fun. I have a few examples and comments on it. The Warrior one where you are "super powerful" until the loud bird boss where now you become not very powerful and you still have to fight a mega powerful enemy... The episode isn't a walk in the park but it's pretty fun, being all powerful and I also appreciate the three pre bosses in the last level. But if on top of three bosses before the final boss, who's a mega powerful boss, you take away my super power ability because of parallel universe Silence, than what's the point? What's the point of having an episode of being "super powerful" and getting it taken away at the very end? If Loud Bird wasn't so powerful at the end and you get Silenced, it could also work, but right now, that whole episode is a little absurd. I get having a powerful enemy, since I'm powerful, but now I'm against a still very powerful and I'm basically powerless, not less powerful (there's a difference).
Enemies like the biologist and wisp are also over powered because of their looping equipment, it's silly mainly because of their amount of inicial dice and the ability to get more essentially each turn. Wisp can kill you because of resets of equipment and starting with already a lot of dice on top of getting a new die every turn. And the biologist's equipment makes it so that he will most likely have every equipment all the time, healing him completely and getting an extra dice consistently, this happens with a few other enemies too. I'm not saying these aren't cool enemies, they are just slightly op, too many things are going on and it stacks up to level of ridiculousness. I'd say getting more dice each turn is fine, but then make it so that they start with one or two die (like Cornelious), or if there's a looping mechanic, make it so that that they don't have enough dice to consistently make the loop happen, etc.
Then there's bosses that also are ridiculous, like It which I got in a witch episode (by the way, the Witch episode in where you get damage because of mana, the ability doesn't work right, it does not clear up your mana after using it). The episode itself was dificult enough (as difficult as witch episodes are) but that final boss is just a slap to the face. I don't see any universe where I could beat it (I don't see any universe where the Warrior can beat Loud Bird either to be honest). The problem is its attacks, why does it attack AND heal?! Do either and the fight would improve so much more, it could be like there's a chance for 1-9 damage, OR 1-9 heal. It's still hella difficult, but at least it improves your chances AND your spirit. And, of course, the unnecesary extra die each turn just make you feel even more hopeless... AND on top of that there's the extra move, I mean, there's too much going on.
Ok, now on to the Jester's new equipment, which I actually really like the delayed mechanic, however, and this is more minor the the others, it bothers me to no end how unbalanced it is in respect to dice values. You see, in the base game for example, the jester uses things like bop (+3 dice value for 3 damage) and boop (any value for 2 damage), but for slapsies and concentration and all these you have mostly low value dice, making high value dice unable to be used most of the time. I think you could change this simply by making one of the equpments use just +4 dice value, just so you have somewhere to put that dice, it could be a status effect, maybe Fury or something like that, or just like a X amount of damage in 2 turns, sort of like upgraded blink, but without extra damage or something like that.
Another thing that I wanted to mention is the extra floor episodes. I don't mind that at all, but if there's no extra level to level up to (I don't even know if thats possible through modding), it just makes it like extra enemies wandering around. You can just skip them because there's no reward. I don't know if you intended it to be, instead, like an extra challenge so that you don't necessarilly go to the final boss with full health, but I don't know. If that's the way you intended it, I guess it's ok, but I feel like it would be way better to just have an extra floor, extra level so it plays like a normal run but longer.
I think... that's all... Other than that I really enjoyed it and hope to keep seeing you updated it =D (Oh, look a new update XD)