December 2013 archive

Dec 19

Dungeon Talk: Episode 31- Yes, And . . . What?

Hello and Welcome to Dungeon Talk. The General advice and discussion podcast from DnD Academy. This is episode # 31 Special Guest host @TheCalebG join me and Extra-Special Guest Matthew Parody (Co-host of the ProbablyQuestionable podcast) as we discuss improvisational techniques you can use in your games. Yes, And Truth Want. I then go on …

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Dec 13

The Campaigns: FAE Deadlands – Episode 2 : The Good, The Bad, and The Zombie

Hello and welcome to the campaigns, the Actual Play Podcasts from DnD Academy. This FAE Deadlands, Episode 2 : The Good, The Bad, and The Zombie This Campaign series is being recorded using Google Hangouts and the roll20.net plugin. It’s being GM’d by Porter Williams (@Rzrstrm). We are using his A&A Method for FAE. In …

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Dec 07

The Campaigns: FAE Deadlands – Episode 1: 3:10 to Hell

Hello and welcome to the campaigns, the Actual Play Podcasts from DnD Academy. This FAE Deadlands, Episode 1 –  3:10 to Hell.   This Campaign series is being recorded using Google Hangouts and the roll20.net plugin.  It’s being GM’d by Porter Williams (@Rzrstrm). We are using his A&A Method for FAE. When we started creating …

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Dec 05

Dungeon Talk: Episode 30- House Rules- Mental Hit Points

Hey guys, here is Dungeon talk episode 30.  We discuss a House Rule about mental hit points.  Michael had an idea about NPC’s or maybe PC’s too, having a mental hit points count that you could “attack”, in order to convince them of something.  It wouldn’t kill them, just maybe reduce their ability to resist …

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Dec 03

The Campaigns: Blood & Bones – The Complete Series

Hello and Welcome to the Campaigns. These are the Actual Play Podcasts from DnD Academy. This is a special episode of the Campaigns. Several months ago Niko started an alternate game which we were going to use to give me a break from running and get some play time in. For what ever reason, the …

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