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Convention Going (Tome 233)

It's that time of year again, so as convention time rolls around we talked to Christy Crabb, who not only attends cons, but has helps run them. 


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News Desk (April and May 2014)

A Super-Sized episode of the News Desk. Covering two months at once means more content. Having big news like the announcement of the date/cost of the new edition release, plus a free basic game, plus a new organized play program all mean more content. But we couldn't skip any of the news...so that's more content. Plus an interview with Ed Greenwood about the last book of the Sundering series. 


That's more content than a D&D fan can handle!

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The Adversary Part 2 (Book Club)

In this episode of the Tome Show Book Club we continue exploring the Sundering event of the Forgotten Realms and speak with the author, Erin M. Evans. Joining us in this episode is: Eric Paquette, Geoffrey D. Winn, and Kiel Chenier. 


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Round Table 18 - DMs and Pathfinder

In an all DM panel edition of The Round Table James Introcaso sits down with Joe LastowskiTopher Kohan, and Round Table newbie Brendan Mansell talk about the latest Legends and Lore article from Mike Mearls and its D&D Next Q&A follow-up. We also talk about Pathfinder and D&D's so-called competition, a discussion inspired by a recent Escapist article. This podcast was recorded on May 2, 2014.

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Round Table 17 - Organized Play

James Introcaso sits down with round table regular Joe Lastowski and round table newbie Topher Kohan to talk about the past, present, and future oforganized play for D&D. In particular they take a hard look at the D&D Encounters program, what it's like to run an organized play game, and what they'd like to see changed in the future. This episode was recorded on April 17, 2014.

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Round Table 16 - Fantasy Grounds

James Introcaso sits down with Doug Davison of Fantasy Grounds to talk about his product and the latest developments. They discuss what makes Fantasy Grounds a different kind of virtual tabletop and how Doug got his start making cool stuff for the RPG world. This podcast was recorded on April 12, 2014.
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Behind the DM Screen (Jeff Makes a Fate Game Special)

In this special episode, we gathered to help Jeff make a Fate Core game from a kernel of an idea. Besides the usual Mike Shea, we're also joined by Mike Olson, of Evil Hat games who is uniquely qualified to help with this task since he helped write the Fate Core book and recently created the Atomic Robo game (built on the Fate Core skeleton). 


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Round Table 15 - Realmworks

James Introcaso sits down with Liz Theis of Lone Wolf Development to talk aboutRealmworks, the new digital campaign management tool for players and GMs. This passion project was twenty years in the making for the developers and you'll be glad you learned about it. It's also just a great chat about worldbuilding and storytelling in general. This podcast was recorded on April 8, 2014.


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Appendix N (Episode 2) - The Book of Wonder by Lord Dunsany

In this episode Geoff and guests discuss The Book of Wonder by Lord Dunsany. 

Guest #1: Craig Baenziger
Twitter - @cabaenziger

Guest #2: Eloy Cintron
Twitter - @umbramancer

Next episode: The Gods of Mars & The Warlord of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Project Gutenberg - www.gutenberg.org

Questions / Feedback - thetomeshow@gmail.com (put Appendix N in the subject line)

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