In this episode we discuss the D&D licensed mobile game Arena of War, by Mobage/DeNA.
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In this episode we are joined by Sam Dillon and Kiel Chenier to talk about Murder in Baldur's Gate, the first Encounters season that is also a purchasable product.
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 we discuss the Dungeons of Dread reprinted collection with our resident grognards and Tome Show staffers, Randall Walker and Sam Dillon.
In this episode we take a look at the Dungeon! board game originally published in 1975 and updated and released recently. Joining Jeff and Tracy are the Tome Show's editor, Sam Dillon as well as Jeff Dougan. Enjoy!
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In this systemless book about the creation and details of life of the Forgotten Realms you'll find some of the original notes (and pictures) from when the popular shared setting was created. We discuss the book and interview the man behind the book (and the Realms), Ed Greenwood.
It's been a bit, but now that our editor, Sam, is back in full health prepare for a Tome Show-splosion! In this episode we discuss the Dungeon Command miniatures game and interview a little someone over at WotC about the game. We are also joined by Tom McAmbly and Jon Green, both new but worthy additions to the show. WARNING: the audio quality of the interview suffers from technological problems, although the rest of the episode is of normal quality. Thanks for your understanding...
In this episode we discuss the book Menzoberranzan from Wizards of the Coast. It's an edition proof book all about the most famous city of the drow. We talked to the authors about the book give a bit of our take on it. Enjoy!
We discuss what digital tools we use and give some advice on how to use them. Consider this a combo review/advice episode for July 2012. Joining us for this episode is Michael the OnlineDM.
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