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Oct 29, 2017

This is part thirty 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. 

In this, the final episode of The Aether Sea by High Level Games, the crew of the Free Ship Liberty tries to take on the general who has been taking their people from free town in a final confrontation. Will him and his minions kill the crew or will the crew prevail? What crazy weapon will Gril find to use this time, and how long will Captain Fletcher talk to people while everyone else fights his battle? TUNE IN TO FIND OUT!

We would like to thank everyone for listening to our Aether Sea actual play episodes. It has been a lot of fun to play it, and we hope that you enjoyed listening to it as much as we enjoyed creating it. Thanks for being with us through this, and we hope you will join us for our upcoming Star Trek actual play!

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.
Oct 23, 2017

In Episode 2 of our daring second season, Quinn and Josh talk with Fay Onyx of Writing Alchemy about Making Gaming Accessible. Together they discuss Unfamiliar Heroes, Magic Goes Awry (with Owlbear Rescues), and about ways to ensure our game tables are accessible in every way to a diverse group of players. There was also mention of post-apocalytic Muppet Babies, and if that isn’t your thing… well… I’m not sure why you listen to our podcast. Lasers and Feelings is discussed: http://www.onesevendesign.com/laserfeelings/

 

And Monsterhearts 2.

 

This is a fun filled episode.

Oct 21, 2017

This is part thirty 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 continue the battle with the General's minions with the help of their new ally. They convinced a goblin to switch sides with talks of freedom! The general is getting away, but Gril is hot on his heels as the crew tries to mop up his lieutenants. 

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.
Oct 14, 2017

This is part thirty three 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 are taken to meet the General of the group that have taken their people away from Freetown. The General refuses to recognize their authority and return their people, but Gril has promised to do unspeakable things to the people responsible for their colonists going missing. What could possibly happen next?

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.
Oct 7, 2017

This is part thirty two 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 captain won't let Gril do what he wants with the hands, and instead insists that Freetown should be goverened by rules that apply to everyone, not just everyone except Gril. They then head out to try to find out where the people stolen from Freetown have been taken to so that they can be brought back. 

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.
Oct 5, 2017

Tara Clapper of The Geek Initiative and CHARIOT LARP and Josh Heath of High Level Games and Keep on the Heathlands talk about their Geeky Blogs. They discuss a series of topics and engage the awesome audience they had at GenCon. Have you ever wanted to get good advice on how to run a Geeky Blog? This is the best advice you’ll get.

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