Earlier this week the 13th entry of the Untamed Rant was released! If you haven’t heard it you can listen below as we ramble on about faeries, tricks, Baba Yaga, and skip through a topic that, honestly, deserves many episodes.
Let’s start with the Rant that should have went live a few days ago. Okay, now that you can listen to that I want to throw up a couple of updates. First Untamed Dice is going to continue being give and take. There is a lot going on right now and my focus continues to be this blog. I have a number of reviews lined up and the continuing GM’s Dictionary. In addition there are Dev Diary entries…
If you ever want your players to be paranoid give them a calm cottage in the middle of nowhere after they have gone through hell!
Today is the finale for our Sins preview game. If you want to see more from us in the Sins world leave us a comment below!
Hey everyone! In case you missed it this afternoon the new episode of Luxarrah is out and we have more nightmares from the forest coming your way!
Here it is the second part of our Sins preview game. You still have ~3 days left to get in on the Kickstarter! You can also check out my review of the system here.
Today we start the run of Sins episodes! To check out Sins head over to this page here, the Kickstarter is almost 4 times the goal and still going. If our play or my review from yesterday has intrigued you I urge you to check it out.
Today our party learns that nightmares are real… Stay tuned for another episode of Untamed Dice Sunday featuring the review game for Sins!
Today is the release of the latest episode of our Luxarrah campaign. It has been a while since the last episode, but today’s includes some recap. Enough so that it isn’t just great for current listeners, but also for new listeners to start. We also see a little bit of character discovery as the PCs decide how to handle those they have saved, especially one who might not actually make it out of the forest alive.
Hey everyone I finally was able to get the finale for Splinter intro’d properly and upload it! Check it out and if you enjoyed Splinter and want to see more Indie Games tried out, let us know which ones in the comments below. And a big thanks to End Transmission Games for making a terrifically fun game!