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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 game didn’t stick. It was fun, but we never went back to it, so this episode is a bit longer but is all of the Blood & Bones we are going to have – especially now that Niko has moved away and left our gaming group.

 

This episode has several funny/cool moments I enjoyed during the editing process, but my particular favorite was when (for our group, at least) Travis invented Walkie-talkies.

 

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~Michael
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1 comment

  1. Jonathon M. Johnson

    Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaa… Niko is leaving… Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaa…

    Niko did a pretty good job DMing.

    Niko has a strong talent at describing the situation and area and was very pleased to hear this; maybe a bit more than Michael… But… Sad to hear that Niko is moving away and will no longer be part of the DnD Academy. Maybe a vacation return cameo or use Skype, or something, to sit in on an evening or two. His voice reminds me of a guy that I work with.

    Made this comment during earlier episodes and still find it amazing the players are still acting like this: Is this the first time they have played D&D?

    With something like D&D Next that has downloadable material for anyone, everyone at the table should have prepped up for the game and read the information (or at least what their character can do) and not just Niko and Michael. Simple questions/actions like: Are ghouls undead?; move-hide-shoot; do I need to see someone to shoot magic missile?

    Love the familiar walkie talkies. LOL Great idea Travis.

    Great production with the intro, body, outro editing; other podcasts better start fearing these productions.

    Cheers

    Jonathon
    Colorado

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