Aug 11

The Campaigns : Wrought Iron Episode 13 : A Bit of a Stretch


Hello and welcome to The Campaigns, the Actual Play podcasts from The Rpg Academy. This is episode 13 of our newest DnD 5E actual play podcast.

Wrought Iron

In this episode, the party re-enters the creepy cave in their pursuit of Arahamie’s parents and Tilly. This time, there is even more danger and things are even stranger than last time.

Arhamie Mot played by Michael  (@TheRpgAcademy)

Deign Seaborne played by Scott Brown (@geowtf)

Cassander Ziegengeist played by Matt Parody (@MattParody)

Please enjoy Wrought Iron Episode 13, A Bit of a Stretch.

This adventure was written by and is being run by Caleb (@TheCalebG)

This actual play is supported by BattleBards and Easy Roller Dice.



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    • Richard Kreutz-Landry on August 11, 2016 at 12:49 pm
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    I really enjoyed the rope bridge scene. Everybody has had that moment in their games when the simple solution is simple, but boring, so crazy solutions abound.

    The sideways environments are an interesting detail, but I think I’d like to see them have more of an effect on the action. The weapon rack falling over was cool, but it might be cool to explore what fighting a bunch of enemies in that environment would be like. Can the tentacle tail slithery guys use the suction cups on their tentacles to hang from the wall-ceilings?

    Overall, really enjoyed this episode. Can’t wait to find out what happens next!

  1. Just caught up on the past two episodes. I like the action that you are keeping going, very cinematic. The players do a great job helping describe what is going on, and Caleb is doing a very good job of filling in the scenes so that this seems like a very big moment. It’s a little tricky to keep track of some of the visuals while listening to it being played, don’t know how that could be helped, but would be fun to have some images in the description, if you are using any. I have a pretty good mental map of the Island going though.

    • Red Rabbit on August 14, 2016 at 7:59 am
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    Dwarf tossing. That cracked me up.

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