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Outro: “Stande Alone” ~ LukHash
Today we’re joined by Joanna Gaskell and Rob Hunt of the very awesome, D&D inspired Standard Action web series. We take some time out to talk about the show and conduct a mini-interview. If you’ve not checked out standard action we highly suggest you do, they are currently raising funds to get their second season off the ground. So show them some love and they’ll show you some right back!
Recently I had the pleasure of being able to sit down with freelance writer/editor Scott Fitzgerald Gray of Wizards of the Coast and interviewed him about his new book “A Prayer for Dead Kings and other Tales“. The book is full of short stories, a novella and a short novel full of awesome, inspiring sword and sorcery tales and more. Scott also happens to be writer of my personal favorite D&D 4e publication to date: The Tomb of Horrors (Hardback & DM Reward Module)
Within the interview I pick Scott’s brain about a little bit of everything writing and D&D related, including a dreaded “What is your favorite…” question relating to D&D. We also talk about his new book, of course. He’s also kind enough to be giving away some free (electronic) copies to random commenters, so if you leave a comment or question below you’ll be entered in a raffle to win 1 of 5 electronic copies of A Prayer for Dead Kings and Other Tales! The contest will end November 21st at midnight, so be sure to chip in any old comment by then if you’d like a chance to win.
Haste – Episode 17 with Momanatrix: Monte Cook rejoins WotC, White Wolf’s Grand Masquerade and Defending FairiesIntro: “Prelude” ~ LukHash
Outro: “Freaks In Uniforms” ~ The Horrorpops
Tonight I’m joined by the lovely Angela LeNeave aka @Momanatrix on twitter, full-time D&D-Mom and part-time blogger who will be discussing a recent article of hers which stirred up some great discussion amidst the D&D/RPG community. Also, we’ve just wrapped up our contests for September, but stay tuned to the blog for more to come early next month!
Haste – Episode 16 with NewbieDM: Tome of Horrors, D&D Miniatures Skirmish Playtest, Group Implosion and moreIntro: “Prelude” ~ LukHash
Outro: “Carry You” ~ VNV Nation
Tonight I’m joined by Enrique Bertran aka @NewbieDM from the ENnie nomiated blog newbiedm.com and creator of RPG Kids! He’s celebrating the one year anniversary of RPGKids and so it’s on sale right now at RPGnow for 99 cents, if you have little one’s and you’ve not done so already now is the time to pick it up! Also, we’ve got a chance for you guys to win a copy of Unhallowed Metropolis going on, that ends this Thursday and also the d20Monkey caption contest ends this Sunday – so get cracking, we really want you to win some free stuff!
The Shadowfell is a place between worlds, it is a dark mirror of the material plane where everything within is tinged with death, decay and morally gray tones. The inhabitants of the Shadowfell are all tainted or crooked in some regard, it is a place where death seems insignificant and the city walls themselves even seem to keep a watchful eye.
The Shadowfell boxed set is to serve as a campaign setting across most levels of play, a recurring locale, or perhaps one the players must escape from or break into. No matter how you look at it, if you’re in the market to run something dark, bleak or oppressive this is probably a great way to get started.
Outro: “Ready to Roll” ~ Flashlight Brown
OP Newsbite: There’s a good chance that Dave Chalker (critical-hits.com) will be joining our Wiki panel at GenCon this year as long as his schedule allows, so be sure to pester him about it and tell him his schedule is open!
UPDATE: Dave has confirmed that he will be attending our panel! He will be speaking alongside us and taking questions from the audience as well. We’re looking forward to seeing you there!