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Jul 21

Faculty Meeting # 52 – A New World Postmortem

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I am Michael, and this is Faculty Meeting  # 51 – A New World Postmortem

 

In this Episode Caleb interviewed me concerning the end of The Campaigns: A New World series.  This is an in-depth review of the entire series and I answer many questions revolving the unsolved mysteries in the game. If you have not yet listened to the A New World episodes and plan on it, you may want to skip this episode.  In addition to answering listener questions about that Campaign series we hope to give some insight into how I plan out and prepare for my games.

 

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Thanks for listening. As always, comments and feedback are welcome.

 

MIchael

 

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3 comments

  1. Baldore

    Ahhh, man I loved hearing this. I can relate to a lot of it, both from DM and player point of view. I personally love hearing about your DM style, as its the same as mine. (Well, you do more prep though, I think) I love hearing about all the improve you do and how you twist the story to accommodate it. Its actually pretty helpful to think about new ways to use it in the future.

    Awesome podcast,
    Baldore

  2. Korbas

    First let me state that I am generally not fond of the actual play podcasts. I usually listen only the first, and rarely the second episode of a campaign only because I like hearing the various character concepts, then I skip the rest.

    Having said that, l want to thank all of you for sharing the great moments of the “A new world” campaign and congratulate Michael for the great story that he made as well as for his excellent editing. The plot caught my interest from the very beginning and I could not stop listening. The mystery kept me going from podcast after podcast, jumping through other episodes just to listen to what happened next! All the characters were extremely well played and the “out-of-character” moments were hilarious.

    I am glad that you uploaded these episodes even if the campaign left unfinished and I am sad that Niko left the party. As I am listening all podcasts from the beginning I don’t know if he will be back at one point but I really hope so as his role playing is superb (and in some matters I can relate to him as a fellow Greek 🙂 ).

    Keep up the good work and I am looking forward to more campaigns like this one to listen to.
    Korbas.

    PS. I haven’t done yet but you are surely getting a five star review on iTunes.
    PS2. I am also listening to another podcast named “Total Party Thrill”. These guys, among others, narrate a previously played campaign. In addition to your actual play podcasts consider doing this when a campaign ends for us who like the stories but do not like listening to actual plays.

    1. Professor Fluff

      Korbas,
      Thank you for listening and for the kind words. Sadly, Niko has yet to re-join the group. I’ve tried on several occasions to get him into an on-line game but so far no luck. As for Total Party Thrill, they are one of my new favorite shows as well. Shane, one of the co-hosts is a Patron to our show and has been playing in some of my on-line games for a while.

      We generally do a wrap-up show for each campaign (though not in depth as they are with the Mourning Glory Campaign). And we are just gearing up to launch two new Campaign’s. One that Caleb (keep listening, you’ll get there) will be running and another that i’m going to run that will be exclusive to our patrons.

      thanks again for listening and I can’t wait to read your review. I’m easy to find on twitter (@theRpgAcademy) if you are on there, say hi! and let us know if you have any questions we can help answer or suggestions for future actual plays.

      ~ Michael

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