S5-E06: Planning an Iconic Game (Part 2)

We held another live episode for our patrons (shout out to all who submitted questions!!), discussing the various aspects of the question ‘how do we plan our games?” Listen in to Part 2 (of 3) of that discussion, and let us know what sort of things you do in your game planning!


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S5-E05: Planning an Iconic Game (Part 1)

We held another live episode for our patrons (shout out to all who submitted questions!!), discussing the various aspects of the question ‘how do we plan our games?” Listen in to Part 1 (of 3) of that discussion, and let us know what sort of things you do in your game planning!


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S5-E04: Foundry VTT Revisited

In Season 4 Episode 25, we discussed a Virtual Table Top program called FoundryVTT. That discussion garnered much follow-up interaction with our listeners, and we are pleased to have another discussion on it! Joining us this time are Foundry developer Cody Swendrowski and the creator of the 13th Age module, Matt Smith. We get to hear from them what makes this a unique VTT as well as some exciting 13th Age-specific features in the pipeline!

You can find out more information about this Virtual Table Top and try out a demo of it at foundryvtt.com.


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S4-E25: Foundry VTT

This week we discuss one of the newer Virtual Table Tops to the market, FoundryVTT. We talk about some of the things that make this a unique VTT, what sort of 13th Age support it has, and some of our likes and dislikes of it. You can find out more information about this Virtual Table Top and try out a demo of it at foundryvtt.com.

It’s worth noting that between the time of our recording and publishing this episode, an update was released for the Foundry 13th Age system that resolves some of our critiques. For more information, visit the module’s website.


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S4-E24: Crown of Axis Review

This week we give the Iconic Review on the upcoming Crown of Axis book, which will soon be released as a PDF-only product.

Wade Rockett did a fantastic job on this introductory adventure, and it’s a scenario that’ll be unique every time you run it! Keep an eye on Pelgrane’s website for the upcoming release!

We’re excited that Simone was commissioned for some outstanding art pieces for this product. Be sure to check out her Instagram page!


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S4-E19: Elven Towers Review

This week we give the Iconic Review on the upcoming Elven Towers book, which is a champion-tiered adventure set deep in the lore of the elves. While we try to keep it spoiler-free, we do cover each section of the book, so listen at your own peril!

Cal Moore did a fantastic job on this book, and it’s chock-full of 13th Age gaming goodness! If you want to pick up the PDF or pre-order the physical (and get the PDF too!), you can do so over at Pelgrane’s website.

 


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S4-E07: Nocturne Review

This week’s episode is our review of Savage Mojo’s 13th Age product, “Nocturne.” In addition to fleshing out a gothic horror-themed setting and campaign, there are additional races, classes, and monsters. In our spoiler-free discussion, we talk about the things we liked about this book as well as a couple things we didn’t like.

You can pick up your copy of this product at DriveThruRPG. And there’s a Players’ Guide too!


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S3-E16: King of Dungeons Review

In our last episode, we had Baz Stevens on the show, and this week we open the covers his The King of Dungeons and share our thoughts and reactions to the book. We talk about the new mechanics that are introduced, the things that were changed, what we liked, and what we didn’t like.

If you’re wanting to pick up a copy of the book, you can do so at DriveThruRPG.


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S3-E05: Crown of Charon Review

This week we give our take on the 13th Age adventure, The Crown of Charon. It’s a tournament adventure, which is different from other products we’ve reviewed in the past.

Listen in as we give a high-level overview of it as well as some things worth bearing in mind as you consider picking up this product, which you can do over at DriveThruRPG.

 

 


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S2-E14: High Magic & Low Cunning Review

This week we take a look at the 13th Age book Battle Scenes: High Magic & Low Cunning. We talk about how the Battle Scenes books are useful to GMs and what our favorite bits of High Magic & Low Cunning are.

If you’re interested in picking up the books, you can do so at your FLGS (like Petrie’s Family Games) or Pelgrane Press, and you can purchase some of the individual adventures at DriveThruRPG.

And if you’re unfamiliar with Tucker’s Kobolds, you can read about them here. 


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