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Tome of Beasts Review

This supersized episode features Jeff Greiner, Sam Dillon, James Introcaso, and Liz Theis discussing the massive and beautiful Tome of Beasts from Kobold Press. Their discussion and review is followed by an hour long interview with Wolfgang Baur and Dan Dillon.

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Round Table 141 - Demonic Cults & Secret Societies Kickstarter

James Introcaso sits down with Wolfgang BaurJeff Lee, and Jim Groves of Kobold Press to discuss their ongoing Kickstarter for Demonic Cults & Secret Societies for 5th Edition D&D and Pathfinder and Kobold's recent 5e adventure, Blood Vaults of Sister Alkava. This podcast was recorded on October 11, 2016.

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Making Monsters Sizzle

In this episode Jeff is joined by Jared von Hindman, Dan Dillon, and Chris Sims to discuss how to make the monsters you use in your D&D campaign sizzle like the best bacon! Do you want to improve your game? Then listen to this episode!

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The Appendix N Podcast - Episode 34 - Lest Darkness Fall by L. Sprague de Camp

A classic time-travel story of modern man’s confrontation with the ancient world. Martin “Mouse” Padway plays a giant game of Civ with the real world. Can he prevent the fall of Rome?

Lyon Sprague de Camp
November 27, 1907 - November 6, 2000 (age 92)
Wiki “In a career spanning 60 years, he wrote over 100 books, including novels and works of non-fiction, including biographies of other fantasy authors. He was a major figure in science fiction during the genre's heyday in the 1930s and 1940s.”
born in New York City
sent to boarding school “to cure him of intellectual arrogance and lack of discipline;” he was bullied and developed a detached analytical style
he was an aeronautical engineer, did undergraduate study at California Institute of Technology; earned B of Sci at Caltech; earned Masters in Engineering at Stevens Institute of Technology in 1933
his first job took him to Scranton, PA!!
during WW2 was a researcher at the Philadelphia Naval Yard, where he worked with Robert A. Heinlein and Isaac Asimov
founding member of Swordsmen and Sorcerers Guild of America (SAGA), in the 60’s, led by Lin Carter

Lest Darkness Fall
one of the earliest and most influential alternate history novels
first published as short story in Unknown, December 1939
published as novel by Henry Holt and Company, 1941
Harry Turtledove said it sparked his interest in alternate history

Extra History - Justinian & Theodora

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Round Table 140 - Labyrinth, Bonnie, and Playbook

James Introcaso sits down with Paige LeitmanBen Heisler, and John Fischer to discuss the next D&D adventure, codenamed Labyrinth. Then it's an interview with James' spouse, Bonnie MacDonald, about her first ever experience playing Dungeons & Dragons. Finally Rachel Bowen and Evan Newton of Trapdoor Technologies stop by to talk about their Kickstarter for Playbook Essentials on Android. This podcast was recorded on October 2, 4, and 7, 2016.

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Dungeon Master’s Guild Grab Bag Review (Tome 267)

In this episode Jeff and Tracy are joined by Allison Rossi and Jon Green to discuss and review some new products available on the DM's Guild.

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Round Table 139 - The End of Realms Novels? Plus Erin Evans and William Moomaw!

It's a super deluxe Round Table! James Introcaso sits down with David GibsonEric Paquette, and Geoff Winn to discuss the rumors that the Forgotten Realms novel line might be ending. Then it's an interview with author Forgotten Realms author Erin M. Evans about her final novel in the Brimstone Angels saga, The Devil You Know. Finally it's a killer interview with game designer William Moomaw about his Kickstarter for the fifth edition conversion of the Plight of Tuatha module series for the Imperium campaign setting. This podcast was recorded on September 25th, 27th, and 28th.

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Noble Knight Pick of the Episode: Ashes of the Tyrant

DMs Guild Pick of the Episode: Character Focused Random Events for the City

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Crowdfunding RPGs (Tome 266)

In this episode of the Tome Show, Jeff is joined by Jon Green and Chris Engler to talk about crowdfunding and RPGs. What are the best practices? What should you watch out for? What are you missing out on?

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Round Table 138 - Adventurers League in Stores and Sly Flouish’s Fantastic Locations

James Introcaso sits down with Topher KohanJoe Lastowski, and James Floyd Kelly to talk about updates to Adventurers League play in game stores. Then it's an interview with Tome Show favorite Mike Shea about the release of his amazing new book: Sly Flouish's Fantastic Locations. This podcast was recorded on September 18 and 20, 2016.

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Noble Knight Pick of the Episode: E3 The Prince of Undeath

DMs Guild Pick of the Episode: The Naiad's Revenge

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