April 21, 2009 at 4:30 pm #555168thranduul
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Subject says it all… I sure hope there are more 4e podcasts coming soon. I’m starting to crash…… :coffee:
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--Archmage ThranduulApril 21, 2009 at 4:45 pm #612686HalAdmin
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I do have plans to return to 4e once we have taken a breather with Warhammer 🙂
Why not give the Warhammer or Rolemaster games a listen in the mean time ? 😛
Hal :hal:April 21, 2009 at 6:04 pm #612687Dwarth
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I personnally prefer the Warhammer and Rolemaster podcast.. it’s less dice roling and more RP, also the roll of die have crit and are more descriptive!April 21, 2009 at 6:07 pm #612688DM501
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I have to agree, I came for the 4e, stayed for the Warhammer. If you haven’t, give them a listen (Also listen to the character creation!)April 21, 2009 at 6:21 pm #612689dualshock71
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I don’t know about you, but I came for not much and stayed for Tomb of Haggemoth (a setting and characters I think everyone, including you guys, would love to revisit).
Still, I wouldn’t mind having more 4e after Warhammer.April 22, 2009 at 11:59 pm #612690Moomintroll
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Now I’m torn, should I continue with Thunderspire since I completed the Shadowfell podcast, or shift over to the Warhammer or Rolemaster ones which have now piqued my interest after reading this thread?
Have you guys ever thought about jumping on the “old school” bandwagon and podcast some OD&D adventure, or one of the new retro-clones (Labyrinth Lord, Sword & Wizardy, etc.)?April 23, 2009 at 1:24 am #612691Caelvan
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I am a bit of a D&D fan myself, and have played very little of the other role playing games (aside from a brief foray into Palladium). I would really like to see more 4e games since I know the system, but I have to admit I havn’t listned to the other game sessions yet. I have the Warhammer session lined up for when I finish with Keep on Shadowfell, and now that I see these comments … getting a little excited for it.April 23, 2009 at 1:54 am #612692MelkiorWhiteblade
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Accordlands! I mean, if you haven’t listened to them yet, Accordlands is very good, as is World’s Largest Dungeon.
Also, the AD&D game of Temple of Elemental Evil is great.April 23, 2009 at 7:13 am #612693Isis
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Moomintroll, if you search through the audio there are several ‘old school’ offerings. As Melkior mentioned there is the Temple of Elemental Evil. There are also the Whartson Hall recordings, and probably the odd other random adventure (can’t remember off the top of my head). 😀April 23, 2009 at 9:47 am #6126945monkeys
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The Sunless Citadel is entertaining. The Banewarrens aren’t bad either. Both are (roughly) the UK group after World’s Largest Dungeon, but before Hal and Lindsay moved to Texas.April 23, 2009 at 1:16 pm #612695Bloodguard
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I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again. . .Tomb of Hagemoth! ! Listen to those sessions! ! If you are raised on the old school DnD and are unsure of the Warhammer and the Rolemaster. . .take the plunge. It is entertaining and educational. It gives you loads of ideas for story hooks because Hal is the Professor at the DM and all of the PC’s are top notch role players. Less dice does not mean less fun. I got lots of ideas on how to improve my own skills from listeniing to all the formats.
Once you get into the groove of role-playing-listening , my personal favorite for games off the beaten path is the “Traveller” sessions. There are few in number but exciting and fun to listen to all the same.April 23, 2009 at 4:21 pm #612696BigJackBrass
Moomintroll wrote:Have you guys ever thought about jumping on the “old school” bandwagon and podcast some OD&D adventure, or one of the new retro-clones (Labyrinth Lord, Sword & Wizardy, etc.)?
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Whartson Hall recorded a game using the “original edition” Dungeons & Dragons rules quite a while ago (well before Gary Gyagx died, certainly), so I don’t know that we were exactly jumping on the bandwagon, but it was a simple fantasy dungeon bash and mainly served to remind me why I don’t run fantasy dungeon bashes.. 🙁 Unfortunately (or on reflection, perhaps not so unfortunately) it’s only available in the Patron’s area of the site. The same goes for the AD&D sessions we did a little later. You’re probably much better off following the other suggestions presented here.April 23, 2009 at 10:56 pm #612697Keener
BigJackBrass wrote:Whartson Hall recorded a game using the “original edition” Dungeons & Dragons rules quite a while ago (well before Gary Gyagx died, certainly), so I don’t know that we were exactly jumping on the bandwagon, but it was a simple fantasy dungeon bash and mainly served to remind me why I don’t run fantasy dungeon bashes.. 🙁 Unfortunately (or on reflection, perhaps not so unfortunately) it’s only available in the Patron’s area of the site. The same goes for the AD&D sessions we did a little later. You’re probably much better off following the other suggestions presented here.
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That audio is also known as the roll a d6 oh the door is stuck audio. 😈April 24, 2009 at 3:41 am #6126985monkeys
BigJackBrass wrote:The same goes for the AD&D sessions we did a little later. You’re probably much better off following the other suggestions presented here.
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I’ve recently been listening to those AD&D sessions again. They’re very funny. There isn’t a huge amount of plot, but the character interactions more than make up for it. 😀June 28, 2009 at 8:44 pm #612699HPLustcraft
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Hey there! First time poster, long time listener to the 4E podcasts and just recently started listener to the Warhammer podcasts…
I know there was some discussion in the forums about looking into some 4E adventures with a lot more plot and less open door/battle/open door/battle…Have you looked into this? It seems like much more effort was made to make this balanced:
Just a suggestion, not sure if anyone has posted about it before.
PS – The Roleplaying Public Radio guys are actually how I found the RPGMP3 site and started listening to your casts…They have a link on the side and I clicked, opening up the RPGMP3 giant can of gooey greatness!
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