Sep 29

Field Trip to Vasily’s Woe – episode 1

Hello and welcome to another exciting Field Trip from The RPG Academy Podcast.  This time we are heading into the land of Imperiums a campaign setting for Pathfinder and now on Kickstarter to be converted to D&D 5e.   Vasily’s Woe is the 2nd of four interconnected modules that make up an entire campaign arc. …

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Sep 28

World Building 3 : Sillen Vale

Hello students, Crunch here with an article from Faculty Member Ryan Porta. In this article, he introduces us to the city of Sillen Vale, describes what makes it unique, and provides some plot hooks to use. The intention of this article is not only to demonstrate how to generate home-brew content, but also to give …

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Sep 27

Show and Tell 32 : Salt in Wounds Kickstarter

  Hello and welcome to Show & Tell, the podcasts from The Rpg Academy where we bring on guests to talk about something new and cool that we want them to show us and tell us all about! (Get it?) Today’s guest is J.M. Perkins, creator of the fantastic Salt in Wounds campaign setting. Salt in Wounds …

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Sep 23

Wrought Iron : The Articles : Episode 16

Hello students. Crunch here with your look behind the GM screen for Wrought Iron episode 16. This is going to be a shorter article as the content of this episode is fairly straightforward and roleplay-focused. I must admit, I am really surprised that we haven’t heard more reactions to what happened in episode 15. That …

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Sep 22

The Campaigns : Wrought Iron Episode 16 : Grief

Hello and welcome to The Campaigns, the Actual Play podcasts from The Rpg Academy. This is episode 16 of our newest DnD 5E actual play podcast. Wrought Iron In this episode, the party members deal with their recent loss. Arhamie Mot played by Michael  (@TheRpgAcademy) Deign Seaborne played by Scott Brown (@geowtf) Cassander Ziegengeist played by …

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Sep 21

Review of Storm King’s Thunder

Hello students and AcadeManiacs. This week, faculty member Ryan Porta writes a review of a new published adventure. We did receive a review copy of this module and it will be part of the raffle pool at AcadeCon this year. If you just can’t wait and want to but it now, visit Amazon through our …

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Sep 20

Welcome to Detention, Episode 8!

Hello Academaniacs! Welcome to a new bonus feature on The RPG Academy, Detention!   We were so happy to hear good feedback about this bonus content that we decided to make more! In this episode, Caleb and Scott are joined by special guest Kendall from the Redemption Podcast.  As usual, these episodes are a little more …

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Sep 15

Faculty Meeting # 100 – Who Woulda Thought

  Hello and welcome to Faculty Meetings – The general advice and discussion podcasts from The Rpg Academy. This is Faculty Meeting # 100 – Who Woulda Thought. This a special episode for us. After just over 4 years of podcasting and over 350 total episodes we hit our 100th Faculty Meeting.*  Caleb and I spend some …

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Sep 14

Alignment : Part 2

Last week, we started talking about Alignment, a tricky subject that is a core aspect of Dungeons and Dragons. I introduced the concept and shared an opinion of Jacob from Edgeland Games. This week, I will respond to a few of Jacob’s points. To start, let’s talk about monsters and their alignment. How does alignment …

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Sep 13

Welcome to Detention, Episode 7!

Hello Academaniacs! Welcome to a new bonus feature on The RPG Academy, Detention!   We were so happy to hear good feedback about this bonus content that we decided to make more! In this episode, Caleb and Scott are joined by special guest Michael, from…well…here.  As usual, these episodes are a little more rough around the edges, …

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