James Introcaso sits down with Round Table newbies Michael Ambyth and Seth Zolin to discuss Gothic Heroes, the latest Unearthed Arcana article, and Chris Cocks being named the new president of Wizards of the Coast. Then it's an interview with James D'Amato of the One Shot Podcast to discuss the Noisy Person Cards Kickstarter. This podcast was recorded on April 11 and 16, 2016.
James Introcaso sits down with Teos Abadia, Russ Morrissey, and Dan Dillon to discuss making money in the tabletop RPG business. This discussion is a continuation on a subject first discussed in Round Table 113. Then it's a conversation with Chris Matney of Trapdoor Technologies to discuss an exciting partnership with Paizo! Their mobile app Playbook will have a whole library of official Pathfinder material soon! This podcast was recorded on March 15 and April 7, 2016.
On this episode Jeff and Tracy sit down with Mike Mearls, chief of the D&D team at Wizards of the Coast. The three of them discuss sales, excitement, new releases, future plans, the direction of the game, and much more!
In this book club episode, Jeff, Tracy, and Eric are joined by Appendix N host Geoffrey Winn. They discuss Ashes of the Tyrant, the latest in Erin M. Evans' series featuring Farideh. After their discussion, Jeff and Tracy interview Erin M. Evans about the book, the characters, and the next book in the series.
In this episode Jeff and Tracy are joined by Susan J. Morris, Allison Rossi, and Ryan Costello Jr. to discuss the recently released audiobook version of Sly Flourish's The Lazy Dungeon Master. After their discussion and critique, they are joined by Sly Flourish himself (a.k.a. Mike Shea) and Colby Elliot, the reader of the audiobook version.
In this episode Jeff and Sam are joined by Mike Shea (Sly Flourish) and Wolfgang Baur (Kobold Press). The four of them discuss what makes a good adventure, the importance of hooks, editing and proofreading, art in your product, and whether or not the Dungeon Masters Guild is the right place for you to sell your product, among other things!
James Introcaso sits down with Wolfgang Baur, Steve Winter, and Brandon Hodge to discuss the storied ten-year history of Kobold Press. They discuss how the RPG publishing company came to be and great products past, present, and future. This podcast was recorded on February 29 and March 17, 2016.
In this episode Jeff and Sam (filling in for Tracy) speak with two of the RPG industry's most prolific artists, Claudio Pozas and Mike Schley. Jeff and Sam ask a couple of questions and then sit back and let these two personable gentlemen discuss their experiences as artists in the game industry. They talk about everything from where and when they got their start in the gaming industry to the nuts and bolts of freelancing to diversity in art to the difficulties of writing a good art order. Sit back, relax, and listen to these two industry veterans dish on their passion and their goals.
James Introcaso sits down with author and Wizards of the Coast staffer Shelly Mazzanoble. They talk about Shelly's books, her career with Dungeons and Dragons, Magic: The Gathering, and Avalon Hill, and her surprising love of tabletop games. This podcast was recorded on March 10, 2015.
Jeff is joined by Geoffrey Winn, David Gibson, and Shawn Merwin, to discuss the Sword Coast Adventurer's Guide. The guys review the latest release from Wizards of the Coast in detail! Is this the Forgotten Realms book that Jeff Wanted? Listen to find out!
This extra long episode also features an interview with Steven Kenson of Green Ronin Publishing - the design studio that worked with WotC to produce this book and the latest super-adventure, Out of the Abyss.
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