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Tome Ep 179 - WorldBreakers and Play Styles

This episode sees us joined by Ennie nominated blogger Quinn Murphy (from the At-Will blog). We talk about quite a bit of D&D news, we discuss how to build a "WorldBreaker" solo monster, and we come up with ways to have fun at a game where there are very different play styles.



Pick of the Episode - DMG2


Ennie Nominated Sarah Darkmagic - Tracy's blog

Ennie Nominated At-Will - Quinn's blog, home of the WorldBreaker

Vote for the Ennies!

Anquillian monster on the Tome Show

Lost City - Open Design city that Quinn and Tracy worked on

Blackrock Bandits - Tracy's PDF adventure

Media Meet and Greet event RSVP (on Facebook)

Neverwinter Game Day

Tome Show shirts at Cafepress

Tome Book Club 1 - Twilight Falling

Welcome to the first ever episode of the Tome Book Club. In this installment we read Twilight Falling by Paul S. Kemp, discussed it at the end of June, 2011 and talked to the author about it. It's more than a review, so spoilers-be-damned we assume if you're listening you've read the book or don't care about being spoiled.

Join us for our next book club book, Dawn of Night, book 2 of the Erevis Cale trilogy by Paul S. Kemp. We will record our thoughts about it on July 29th, 2011, join us for the discussion live!

Check here for information about the Book Club, where the live chats happen, how to get the book, and where to discuss it on the Wizard's Community.


Erevis Cale Trilogy Omnibus from Noble Knight

Tome Build: Anguillian

On a recent Tome Episode Erik Scott De Bie and Matt Goetz talked about running aquatic part of that we also discussed re-making an old monster, the Anguillian. Little did I know that when I asked them for a few stat blocks to include in the show notes that they'd send along a document full of lore, tactics, and five new creatures fully stated out and ready to run completely with some completely awesome, totally publish-worthy artwork by Matt's wife, Roxxy.

I decided to spend a little time turning it into a nice looking PDF, manipulate the artwork a little bit. And give it all to you.

I hope you enjoy this half as much as I did. Please let us know if you run them in your game.

And on a side note, if you need help figuring out how to run aquatic games, don't just check out Tome ep 177 where we discussed it, but also check out the At-Will site which has a series of articles about running aquatic games.

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