Haste! Kobold Worldbuilding Guide, Roll20 Acquires Tabletop Forge, Dragon Age on Wil Wheaton’s “Tabletop”

Episode 70 |

Announcements

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Topics 

Kobold Guide to Worldbuilding

There’s a new “Kobold Guide to…” in town, and rest assured it’s of the same quality and caliber as the rest of the Kobold Guides. The Kobold Guide to Worldbuilding is a great tool for anyone who’s creating their own worlds, whether for public or private consumption. Check it out because it’s a really useful tool for GM’s and writers everywhere.

Roll20 Acquires Tabletop Forge

The team over at Roll20.net has teamed up with Tabletop Forge in bringing all of its users over and consolidating into one all encompassing online solution for gaming online. They also have some cool news about being the official online tabletop of the newly reformed “TSR Games”.

Tabletop: Dragon Age

The most recent episode of Wil Wheaton’s Tabletop featured Chris Pramas of Green Ronin GM’ing a game of Dragon Age for some celebs including Wil himself. It was a pretty entertaining episode and a realistic glimpse into the world of Tabletop role playing games (sans professional actors, of course), we recommend checking it out!

Tip Corner

Take note of “The Quote of the Night” when someone says something hilarious, either in character or out. Put it in your adventure log, somewhere near the top, or called out with a header. Then, you can review your old adventure logs and get a laugh over all the funny moments.

Twitter Poll

@forbestay asks – With a ton of old DnD adventures now available in PDF and DnD next easy to run with the old. Is it a good investment?


Music Credits | Intro: “Prelude” | Outro: “Stande Alone” | by LukHash |

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  1. Thanks for the Podcast. The Will Wheaton game session on Tabletop was quite fun, but I reckon Micah had a good point about it being a bit too long to draw anybody into RPGs. I am a keen devotee and I could only last about 15 minutes. Quite well made though!