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Nov 10

Dungeon Talk: Episode 28 – Primeval Thule Intervule

Hello Everyone,

Very excited to bring you this extra-special episode. We had the privilege of sitting down (well, on Google Hangouts) with Richard Baker and Stephen Schubert of Sasquatch Game Studio and talk about their recently Kickstarted product Primeval Thule.  Thule is a campaign setting in the vein of Conan vs. Cthulhu, low magic, where the world is a dangerous place and the cities are no safe haven.  If you haven’t heard of it yet, take a look at their Facebook Page, Website and Kickstarter page.

I want to thank Richard and Stephen again for giving us some time to discuss Thule and hope you enjoy our conversation.

 

Topic 1- Primeval Thule

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1 comment

  1. Jonathon

    So I thought I would listen to this before listening to the gameplay podcast to see what these guys have to say about Primeval Thule. Oh great… So I thought. “Another game system made up by using the OGL and just basically stealing from D&D.” Buzzzzzzzz… Wrong…

    So it looks like a campaign setting that you can add to your existing campaign, not a whole new game. Cool!

    What? Michael and Evan nervous? Pfft… LOL

    Good information from Rich and Stephen regarding their start, kickstarter, and goals of creating Primeval Thule.

    As I read about this, it reminds me of the Living Jungle campaign system that I played in back in 2003 in the jungles of Malatra. I played a Lacerial Hornback (basically a 10 foot tall biped triceratops) who could not speak common, but his emotions produced scents (Anger = Baked Bread). Maybe a new campaign called Living Thule. 😉

    One thing that I do look forward to would be the Call of Cthulhu aspect brought into it. Though it sounds like, just the setting and not the mechanics. I think it would be interesting to have some of the Call of Cthulhu mechanics combined with some of D&D’s. Plus I thought that there was going to be a Conan type warrior battling a Call of Cthulhu monster on the book’s cover. Grr…

    So after listening to this podcast, looking up and reading Sasquatch’s website, definitely need to get caught up on The RPG Academy’s podcasts so I can become part of something like this (kickstarter) in the future. –just went over to The RPG Academy’s twitter site and clicked on “Follow”.

    Thanks for setting up this interview. Awesome!

    Also… Anyone reading this needs to listen to the whole podcast all the way to the end. 😉

    Cheers

    Jonathon
    Colorado

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