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Posted 24 September 2008 - 09:29 PM
firstly, Thank you to all the people who participated in the WLD recordings, I have thoroughly enjoyed them. I haven't played D&D for nearly 20 years, but when 4th edition came out I had a job where I was able to listen to podcasts 40 hours a week. I thankfully stumbled upon your site and the 40 episode beast that is WLD soon entered my podcasticon. (podcast lexicon?)
secondly, Now what? Which game should I listen to now? Do the heroes of WLD play any more recorded adventures? I am not a player myself, so the role-playing side interests me more than the technical side. What do you recommend?
my favorite moment was probably the "natural 20" (Balazar voice) on the sleeping dragon illusion... I definitely hit the rewind button a couple of times on that one. but the whole game was very fun to listen to, thanks again.
Posted 25 September 2008 - 09:56 AM
Thanks for the kind words Sadly the WLD character do not continue their adventures beyond the end of the WLD.
I would not know what to suggest listening to next. What are you in the mood for? There are some really great things on the Community Podcast from the Whartson Hall lot, then there is the Labour of Love / Tomb of Haggemoth series I ran when I got to Texas. Then the new DnD 4e game which is currently running. Or Warlords of the Accordlands. Or my personal favourite, Rolemaster
What do the rest of you think?
Posted 25 September 2008 - 10:30 AM
Beyond the Mountains of Madness is good too.
The ending of Banewarrens made listening to it very worthwhile.
So, I guess those three would be my recommendation.
Posted 25 September 2008 - 10:51 AM
Posted 25 September 2008 - 09:55 PM
Sounds like I can't lose regardless of what I pick, so I'll just go with a shorter one (to catch my breath).
Posted 25 September 2008 - 10:11 PM
The group encounters some of the failings of the 2e system in ways that made me pine for the good old days of, "fine you all get enough XP to level." Then the story was taking a very interesting turn in another direction and then ::poof:: I was left hanging.
So as long as you know that you won't get closure, they are awesome stuff. I just love closure to an unhealthy degree.
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