Want to run a 13th Age game but don’t have anyone who will play? Or do you want to play but cannot get anyone to run a game regularly? If so, take a look at the 13th Age Organized Play, Tales of the 13th Age. In this episode, we discuss the format of the Tales of the 13th Age as well as doing a review of one of their recent Tales, The Crusader’s Fist.
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A special thanks to Petrie’s Family Games in Colorado Springs, Colorado for sponsoring this episode. Be sure to stop in if your in town or look them up online if you don’t have your own friendly local game store!
We looked at 13th Age Demons back in Episode 10, so we’re taking a look at Devils this time. Both are evil, but they are not equal. Listen in as we talk about Devils and how to use them in your 13th Age adventure.
What is this Numenera game people keep talking about? What are cyphers anyway? Join us as we explore this fantastic game produced by Monte Cook Games.
A special thanks to Petries Family Games in Colorado Springs, Colorado for sponsoring this episode. Be sure to stop in if your in town or look them up online if you don’t have your own friendly local game store!
Cue Monte Python’s famous ‘Run Away!’ line, for in this episode, we explore what it means to have a campaign loss in 13th Age. When should the party flee? What happens if they do? We want to hear your stories of when your players fled – send us your stories or leave a comment below!
Primeval Thule is a fantastic product produced by Sasquatch Games. We had a blast talking to the designers of the product, Richard Baker and Dave Noonan! Listen in to hear more about the setting and its 13th Age adaptation to see if you might like to use it at your table.