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Now displaying: August, 2017
Aug 30, 2017

Ever wanted to play Carcassone but never knew how to play it? What about Scythe, 7 Wonders, or ICECOOL? All of these games are options that will be available in an app called Dized.

What is Dized?

Its an app that teaches you how to play a game. Just like if you had a friend who was a master of that game. Honestly, this is a fantastic idea and I can’t believe it’s taken this long for an app like this to roll out. The app is running an IndieGogo campaign, and I sincerely recommend checking it out.

In the audio interview below, Sean and Josh talk with one of the lead developers of the game. Pretty quick interview, but we focus on the key elements of the app, talk about some future options, and really get excited together!

Aug 26, 2017

This is part twenty seven of an actual play from the table that VP Quinn and Assistant to the Assistant to the Regional Manager Joel play at. The game is run by Andrew, and the players are Quinn playing a murderous goblin, Joel playing an elven plant magician, Ryan playing a human bureaucrat and Anthony playing a human ex prince of the Hegemony and the ships captain. 

Combat continues and things take a nasty turn. Gril finally makes it to the fight in a spectacular way to help out but that doesn't go as expected. Can the crew fight their way out to the ship? Will Archie kill Gril? Will Gril let him? Come give it a listen to find out!

After the Homeworld was ruined by magical warfare, dwarves, elves, goblins, humans and trolls have left it to seek their fortune among the stars.  We play a small crew of misfits just trying to keep their ship running and their mouths fed in the vast Aether Sea.  Our crew inhabits a rich, high-fantasy universe of magic-powered sailing ships, steampunk gadgets, interstellar travel, intrigue, and good old piracy.  Aether Sea - A World of Adventure for Fate Core was written by Ed Turner.
Aug 23, 2017

This is the Who Is White Wolf presentation from GenCon50. On Saturday of GenCon 2017, White Wolf gave a presentation on who they are, what they have planned for the future, and took some questions from their fans. Presenters are Dhaunae De Vir, Martin Ericsson, Shane Defreest, and Karim Muammar. Also speaking near the end, Mark Rein-Hagen.

Aug 19, 2017

This is part twenty six of an actual play from the table that VP Quinn and Assistant to the Assistant to the Regional Manager Joel play at. The game is run by Andrew, and the players are Quinn playing a murderous goblin, Joel playing an elven plant magician, Ryan playing a human bureaucrat and Anthony playing a human ex prince of the Hegemony and the ships captain. 

Gril is trying to chase down his snarf, but the rest of the crew gets into a fight without their best combatant! Trapped in a small room full of explosive alchemical reagents things go from bad to worse as they find out the dangers of wild magic events, and fire mixed with explosives in enclosed spaces!

After the Homeworld was ruined by magical warfare, dwarves, elves, goblins, humans and trolls have left it to seek their fortune among the stars.  We play a small crew of misfits just trying to keep their ship running and their mouths fed in the vast Aether Sea.  Our crew inhabits a rich, high-fantasy universe of magic-powered sailing ships, steampunk gadgets, interstellar travel, intrigue, and good old piracy.  Aether Sea - A World of Adventure for Fate Core was written by Ed Turner.
Aug 12, 2017

This is part twenty five of an actual play from the table that VP Quinn and Assistant to the Assistant to the Regional Manager Joel play at. The game is run by Andrew, and the players are Quinn playing a murderous goblin, Joel playing an elven plant magician, Ryan playing a human bureaucrat and Anthony playing a human ex prince of the Hegemony and the ships captain. 

The crew has finally made it to Julian's Keep where Archie once again makes things weird with his smoosher ways. To make matters worse, people begin to suspect that the preacher may in fact be an unregistered magic user, and Gril finds out that there may be a snarf in the keep! How will they handle the preacher? How many guards are between Gril and the possibility of finally owning a snarf? Will Archie destroy all chances they have of actually talking on good terms with the people of the keep? Tune in to find out!

After the Homeworld was ruined by magical warfare, dwarves, elves, goblins, humans and trolls have left it to seek their fortune among the stars.  We play a small crew of misfits just trying to keep their ship running and their mouths fed in the vast Aether Sea.  Our crew inhabits a rich, high-fantasy universe of magic-powered sailing ships, steampunk gadgets, interstellar travel, intrigue, and good old piracy.  Aether Sea - A World of Adventure for Fate Core was written by Ed Turner.
Aug 5, 2017

This is part twenty four of an actual play from the table that VP Quinn and Assistant to the Assistant to the Regional Manager Joel play at. The game is run by Andrew, and the players are Quinn playing a murderous goblin, Joel playing an elven plant magician, Ryan playing a human bureaucrat and Anthony playing a human ex prince of the Hegemony and the ships captain. 

The crew goes about setting up their new colony and trying to decide how their new civilization outside of the hegemony should be run, but they are on a tight timeline. They have been ordered to go to Julian's Keep within 24 hours, and as they get there they descend into another war zone. To make matters even worse, one of the biggest problems of Archie's past shows up, and it could spell doom for the whole crew!

After the Homeworld was ruined by magical warfare, dwarves, elves, goblins, humans and trolls have left it to seek their fortune among the stars.  We play a small crew of misfits just trying to keep their ship running and their mouths fed in the vast Aether Sea.  Our crew inhabits a rich, high-fantasy universe of magic-powered sailing ships, steampunk gadgets, interstellar travel, intrigue, and good old piracy.  Aether Sea - A World of Adventure for Fate Core was written by Ed Turner.
Aug 4, 2017

Sean and Phil kick off the most metal gaming podcast on the internet with a discussion about what it means to be metal. They follow up the debate with a countdown of the most metal games on the table, and top it off with a surprise number 1. As always, stay metal. \m/

 

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