Imagine the Henchman, in their grotto, threadbare slippers on, cup of coco (no marshmallows on top) in hand, log on the fire, kicking back to listen to the Purple Worm Podcast, when this .... [content warning]. Also check out Face Folio (4 days left) https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/344642534/face-folio
Audio Dungeon | Part 1 (Locations 1 to 10)
Contributions in order:
:: Location 1 - Joe (Hindsightless) Haiku entry
:: Location 2- Joe (Hindsightless)
:: Location 3 - ShandyAndy (Unguarded treasure (B52))
:: Location 4 - Lonely Adventurer (Camping with Owlbears)
:: Location 5 - Joe (Hindsightless) Haiku entry
:: Location 6 - Barry (Shadow of the GM)
:: Location 7 - Colin Green (Spikepit RPG Podcast)
:: Location 8 - Barney (Loco Ludus)
:: Location 9 - Joe (Hindsightless) Haiku entry
Location 10 - Goblin's Henchman
Thanks for everyone who made a submission!
New or done one before, please send more in!
Bonus points for Haikus
Back to the Blog episode - where I look back at one of my previous blog post, ... BUT in this case presented in audio format. In this episode I look back at a post I did about making any composite die from two dice. Link: https://goblinshenchman.wordpress.com/2019/01/09/die-from-two-dice/
Had this idea for a crowd-sourced audio dungeon. The idea bring people leave a message which are 1 minute or shorter detailing a room, location, corridor, fresco etc. In a fantasy dungeon. It might be helpful to think of such message as audible “box text”. I might keep this as a living document, updating it as messages come in. Sending a message means that you accept that the content is Creative Commons.
You must remember the parlour game “Consequences”. Well I thought it might be fun to use this format as a ‘Session 0’ PC background builder. Bit like a random table but where people are the dice. See https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/289006/Session-Zero--ConsequencesStyle-Background-Builder
A podcast recommendation for old school rule minimalists. I don’t think Alex Schroeder is on Anchor but his podcast is out there ... I found via my Apple app. https://alexschroeder.ch/wiki/Halberds_and_Helmets
I listen to ChgWiz’s (Michael Shorten’s) The Dungeon Master’s Handbook podcast about 1e ‘surprise’ and wondered if it could be converted into a simple combat system or used for anything else ... I also have a blog: https://goblinshenchman.wordpress.com