In a new kind of Round Table, James Introcaso talks with Benjamin Loomes aboutSyrinscape, an awesome sound design app that creates unique ambient sounds and music tracks for your table. They talk about this really cool, much needed FREE product for any game table, Benjamin's gaming background, and his famous gaming group The DiceStormers. It's a great chat featuring a great product for immersing your players further into the game.
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RA Salvatore joins us in this episode of the Tome Book Club discussing the second half of the Companions, the first book of the Sundering.
In this episode we discuss the gaming self-help book called Odyssey, a book about campaign design/tracking/prep plus we talk to the co-author of this book and author of the last Book Club book, Never Unprepared.
We still have audio from one more seminar from GenCon to bring you later, but while you wait for that, here's a follow up interview we conducted a few weeks after GenCon with Mike Mearls (leader of all things D&D) and Nathan Stewart (from the D&D brand team).
This episode is a Jeff-free episode where Tracy spends the time talking to her host from her trip to Germany, Jared Von Hindman. Enjoy!
Shawn Merwin joins us in this episode. Shawn is an expert in Organized Play programs (having run them for years and written several seasons of them). In this episode we talk about the lessons someone can learn from Organized Play to make their home game better...and vice versa. Enjoy!
The webseries Standard Action is a fun collection videos telling a story in a D&D-type fantasy world that isn't afraid to pay tribute and even reference it's game-connections. We chatted to two of the founders, stars, directors, and producers of the show. Hope you enjoy!
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In this episode of the Book Club we chat about the second half of Shadowbane: Eye of Justice and talk to the author, Eric Scott Di Bie.