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Archive for February 2008

The Tome Ep 45: Dragonlance Movie

profile.jpgIn this episode we talk about the recent Dragonlance movie. JJ "Working Man" of Fist Full of Comics as well as our own Geoffrey D. Winn join us, since I haven't managed to see the movie myself yet.

You may notice some odd sounding audio in the intro/outro for this and the next handful of episodes. Let's just say I had some...unusual recording situations when I did those. Thanks for your understanding.

Don't forget to check out other great gaming podcasts at Goblin and RPG Podcasts.

Check out the show's Amazon store to support the show. Send in an email at TheTomeShow AT GMail DOT com. And visit the website.

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The Tome Ep 44: Greer and GM Gems

profile.jpg In this episode I talked to Steve Greer of the Werecabbages about his recent project with Goodman Games, GM Gems.

Check out the Tome's Amazon store and support the show while getting some great D&D stuff.

Also, don't forget to check out Goblin for more gaming podcasts.

The promo is Playing for Keeps.

And of course you should still check out Fist Full of Comics and Games and Gamer's Haven.

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The Tome Ep 43: Kenson True20

profile.jpgIn this episode I talked to Steve Kenson of Green Ronin Publishing about the True 20 system as well as the news about their new licensing announcement.

Don't forget to check out the Tome's Amazon Store.

Also, check out Goblin, the Gaming Broadcast Network and RPGpodcasts.com.

Of course you can find the Tome's website as well as email the show at thetomeshow AT gmail DOT com.

The promo this time around is for Murder at Avedon Hill, a podcast novel that includes your humble Tome Host as a character.

Also check out Fist Full of Comics and Games for a look at the Worlds and Monsters preview book from WotC that helps us understand what the designers of 4th Edition are thinking as they design the new game.

Also check out Gamer's Haven, a GM advice show.

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