Jan 8, 2014

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Splatbook 79 – Celtic Thunder! (guest starring DM Cojo)

Splatbook 79 – Celtic Thunder! (guest starring DM Cojo)

Dust off the Macallan and practice your steps for this episode! Join DM’s Brian, Glen, Cory, Fulongamer and our longtime contributor and special guest DM Cojo as they cover another of the historical splatbooks! First they tackle a round of emails, then from there the delve into the meat of the topic, The Celts historical splatbook, and then they start a new segement, DM Brainstorm, where they take a concept and make an adventure or campaign out of it, this time its foggy hills.

 

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Email from DM Mark (question about mass combat)

 

Email from DM Jeff (question about DM ruling on the Animal Friendship spell)

 

Forum post from sirtomas1 (changing the bard class)

 

Option Package – HR3: The Celts

DM Brainstorm – Foggy Hills

  1. jim.fidget@gmail.com says:

    Good morning Hammerhoids! So, I’ve been slogging my way through the THACO’s Hammer, Spellburn, Save or Die and Roll For Initiative podcasts. Lots of good dialogue and lots of good ideas.

    I have one comment and one suggested topic. The comment is : Your info states “You can find us on Osrgaming.org, d20radio.com, Facebook, iTunes, Planetadnd.com and Twitter (@thacoshammer), as well as our home at http://www.thacoshammer.info from which we stream all of our episodes from the very beginning up to the present day.” This is incorrect. All of the other WGP podcasts have links directly in the descriptions of the show as well as a “Meet the Cast” section on the page. Why does THAC0’s Hammer not follow suit?

    My topic suggestion is ‘Shades’ (no Glen, not the window kind). I’m reading teh Erevis Cale books and Shades deal prominently in them. I’m curious to get your take on them, as well as how you see them being used in a game scenario, possibly as the basis for a full on campaign setting. What about characters who may be “shade-touched” – that is, somehow infused with some shadowstuff so the characters may be 1/2 shade or exhibit shade-like abilities? Thoughts?