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Sep 01

The Campaigns : Wrought Iron Episode 14: You Can Do That?

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Hello and welcome to The Campaigns, the Actual Play podcasts from The Rpg Academy. This is episode 14 of our newest DnD 5E actual play podcast.

Wrought Iron

In this episode, the party continues their pursuit of Arahamie’s family through the twisted and mysterious cave that is full of horrible mutated creatures.

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 14, You Can do That?

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

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

 

 

As always, thanks for listening. We hope you enjoy.

Comments and Feedback are always welcome.

Michael

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3 comments

  1. Richard Kreutz-Landry

    Scott wins this episode with the Lassie reference.

  2. Peder Swendsrud

    There were some solid funny points in this episode. I do feel like there could have been more of a puzzle aspect to the cave instead of just weird aspect to it. It starts to get a little slow/tedious listening to them run through room after room after room with some combats in between them. It would have been fun to see more of a puzzle aspect just because of how weird everything was.

    1. Caleb G

      You’re exactly right. I wanted that aspect and just didn’t get there. In fact, the article about this episode is about to post and it addresses this.

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