Chronicles returns with a Special Convention Episode: post PaizoCon wrap-up and a pre-Gencon celebration. We start with a banter session and introduce Kyle to the podcast crew. The PaizoCon wrap-up features discussions with Erik Mona, Tim Hitchcock, John Compton, Ryan Costello and others. We turn our eye from Seattle to Indianapolis, with an extended interview with Erik Mona of Paizo and the CEO of Gencon LLC., Ms. Adrian Swartout and a contest to win a 4 Day pass to Gencon Indy. Lastly, author Tim Hitchcock joins us to discuss his interactive event running at Gencon, The Slaughter-Priests of the Razor Coast. The Summer Special weighs in at about 2 and a half hours.
Green Ronin Top Dawg Chris Pramas and Paizo Lead Designer Jason Bulmahn join us for Episode 004 of Chronicles Live. We talk about the Pathfinder FREEPORT Kickstarter, the Mythic rules and the forthcoming fall hardcover for Pathfinder. And oh yes, a new Freeport Adventure Path, too. With Pramas on the show, we did not stop with Pathfinder and chat Game of Thrones, Song of Ice and Fire RPG, Dragon Age and of course, Mutants and Masterminds and why these games seem so hard for so many people to GM. The romp comes in at about 70 minutes long so kick back, pour a coffee and join us.
Chronicles Live returns with the third episode in our live format with special guests F. Wes Schneider and Erik Mona of Paizo Publishing. The discussion is wide ranging and covers a diverse number of topics from recent and forthcoming releases across the breadth of all product lines at Paizo Publishing. We also talk with Wes about his Artifacts and Legends Campaign setting book, which is our personal favorite from 2012. While it may have taken us a while to find our mojo we appear to have found it at last with Episode 003 of Chronicles Live. So sit down and enjoy!
We return after a Superbowl break with Episode 002 of Chronicles Live. We are joined in the Hangout with Colen McAlister of Lone Wolf to discuss Realmworks and their Kickstarter. Louis Porter of LPJ Design also hangs out and talks about NeoExodus, the Pathfinder compatible Sci Fantasy setting. Kick back for a bit and listen to the end for a chance to win a copy or expansion of Herolab.
Chronicles LIVE begins with its first episode featuring a special on the Razor Coast with special guests Greg A Vaughan, Nicholas Logue and Lou Agresta. As well, Thurston Hillman joins us to chat about the upcoming Gencon Interactive special for Pathfinder Society in the Sagamore Ballroom this August at Gencon Indy. Azmyth and Steel_Wind are joined by Archer and Cherry Pie – and more alcohol than the West Coast crew should be allowed — for our inaugural LIVE episode. It is a 2 hour plus free-ranging and unscripted conversation. So come on in and sit down with a beverage and join us as we talk about Razor Coast.
Chronicles Pathfinder Podcast RETURNS. Well, kind of. This is a brief 30 minute live show explaining what we are doing with Chronicles LIVE and to invite you to join us LIVE for Episode 001 — or simply listen when you want via YouTube or our normal Podcast Feed on iTunes. Join Azmyth, Steel, Archer and heckler Dirk Not_So_Gently as we flop it down and flip it over. Episode 000 is 31 minutes of kibbitzing and apologia — and yes, Azmyth has been in the beer, too.
We are launching our LIVE bi-weekly format this Sunday! These unedited, talk-show style shows will feature industry & listener guest appearances, gaming news and current events. These additional episodes will compliment our regular review format and archives will be posted to YouTube.
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CPFP LIVE! EP 001
Looking forward to 2013!
Razor Coast w/ Lou Agresta, Greg Vaughan & Nick Logue.
Pathfinder Society chat with Thurston Hillman (and hopefully an appearance by Mike Brock as well)
Several friends of the show have been invited to pop in and say hello.
Gamer Nation, we return from Gencon 2012 with a canoe full of seminar goodies. But first, we reflect on Gencon 2012 and share our con stories and discuss the Reaper Bones Kickstarter . After that, we get on with the seminars. The 2012 Gencon Seminar special weighs in at about eight hours long so we have split it into two separate podcast parts. Part 1:
01 Cast Intro and GenCon stories – 44:53
02 Paizo 2012 and Beyond – 59:30
03 GM101 – Practice Makes Perfect – 1:56:08
04 Highrise Circus – Blindman – 1:47
Chronicles returns with Episode 018 and a double-shot of Kingmaker with a side of gaming goodness. We intro the podcast with our regular chit-chat and goings on and then move on to our interview with Pathfinder Lead Designer, Jason Bulmahn. Gary Ray returns to give us some insight into game retailing in another segment of Diamond in the Rough. Matt Morton of Mindgene LLC comes on the cast to explain the new features of the latest release of the Virtual Table Top d20Pro and their new marketplace. Colen McAlister of Lone Wolf Development provides us with another update on Herolab. We move on to the meat of the show first with a Player friendly discussion of Kingmaker Vol.4, Blood for Blood with guest Neil Spicer followed up with our interview with Jason Nelson, author of Vol. 5, War of the River Kings. After the warning, Neil Spicer joins us again for a spoilerific discussion of Blood for Blood. Our Staff Review of Kingmaker, Vols 4 and 5 covers the bases and looks back all the way to Vol 1 with pointers on how to foreshadow and adjust your campaign. We close it off with a timely (finally) discussion of our Classic Modules Conversion Project, new CCW Producer auditions and more. All-in, Episode 018 weighs in at over 5 and a half hours. See you at Gencon 2012.
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