Posted in Podcast on Dec 12th, 2007
In this episode of the Tome guest co-host Chris Engler and I give you the first and longest part of our discussion of 4th edition news. This one focuses on classes. Information is only from official sources...except, of course, for the opinions expressed in the discussion.
Chris is formerly of the Carpe GM podcast, which has recently ended, but we're hoping that that will mean that we'll see more of him on the Tome.
Don't forget to check out Goblin, the Gaming Broadcast Network and RPG Podcasts.com for some great gaming podcast goodness.
Also in this episode you hear a promo for Heart of the Hunter, a free audio book by Sam Chupp.
Please remember that all the news and discussion in this episode is based on information that was current at the time of recording.
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Posted in Podcast on Dec 2nd, 2007
Eberron novel, Storm Dragon, gets a great review by Geoffrey Winn. If you're remotely interested in this book check out this review. Be warned, if you are sure that you're going to read this book you may want to download the episode and listen to it after you've read the book since it does have some spoilers in it...or not if that sort of things doesn't bother you.
The Tome is still a member of Goblin, the Gaming Broadcast Network. If you're looking for good gaming podcasts check it out.
Also we're listed at RPG Podcasts, which has a huge list of gaming podcasts on it. Check that out too.
You also get a promo from a podcast that recently featured an email from me, Dragon's Landing Inn. If you're one of the three people out there that haven't checked out DLI then now is your chance.
Naturally I would also like you to check out the Tome's partner podcasts. Such as Fist Full of Comics and Games which recently featured me in a bit of a discussion on DC's Countdown...a comic that I love!!
Also go see Gamer's Haven, they've got some great advice for making yourself all the GM you can be.
Don't forget to email the show at thetomeshow AT gmail.com and visit the show at www.thetomeshow.com.
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