If you are interested in the Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay 3rd Edition and wanting more information the best place to start is the Reckless Dice Podcast.
I’ve just noticed they’re also recorded some live game sessions which are a must if you are learning the system or want to hear how the game plays. The ‘Sweet Marrow’ is a brilliant session and I would love to run it for my group.
Looking for a great podcast about gaming? Then you need to check out the little metal dog show on iTunes. Produced by a fellow Brit Michael Fox who makes podcasting sound easy, but take it from me it’s not. Michael has a talent to make it sounds awesome with brilliant interviews and news about the gaming scene.
Or I would if I could just borrow a +9 modifier to my Speak Language English skill and a +9 to my confidence characteristic. Also a -20 to Speak Language Bristolian would help……my lover.
Who thought that making a podcast would be so difficult. Mic…Check, Computer…Check, Ability to make sense…AWOL.
Oh well, I will keep trying. I think it has to be one of those things that the first is the hardest to do and then it get easier. The one minor problem I have is that the family think I am going Bat Shit Crazy as every time they walk past the computer room I am in full conversation mode…with myself!
So I am going to set myself a deadline. By the beginning of next month there will be the first ever Dunken Goblin Podcast on my site and possibly iTunes, if I bow to the mighty god that is apple…beginning to feel dirty. Eeeewww.
I ‘m always on the look out for any hints and tips that can make my roleplay session better and just recently I came across this brilliant guy,Sean Connors, making videos on youtube.
I have to say he has given me some inspiration for my current WFRP session and I can recommend checking out his channel on you tube. I even made a map from his map making videos. Granted it did not come out the way I wanted and the ink ran a bit but that was down to me not letting the tea dry enough due to excitement.
Here they have recorded their play sessions and published them as an podcasts for your pleasure. When I first wanted to run this adventure I found this to be a great tool to plan the adventure and helpful as I had never DMed a game before.
WARNING : You should only listen to this podcast if you are the Dungeon Master otherwise it will spoil the plot.
At Drunken Goblin my reviews won’t usually go into great detail about the game rules and the mechanics as I like to stick to how the game plays and if I think the game is fun and entertaining. If you want to hear some fantastic reviews covering everything about the game you can try The Dice Tower.
Tom Vasel writes reviews, records audio podcasts and has even moved into video. Just thinking about it brings me out in sweat, he’s a busy man. You can check out The Dice Towers website here.
This has to be one of my favourite podcasts of all time. Well produced with fantastic production values, if only Russ can keep his hands away from the echo controls. They have tried and have successfully achieved the goal of not to suck.
WARNING – take you wallet out of your pocket right now and get your better half to hide it before clicking the link, you WILL spend money.