Category Archives: Savage Worlds

Savage Worlds: The Obsidian Crown Episode 6

spooky-forrestThe sixth episode of The Obsidian Crown continues as the PCs ready to quit the region near the edge of the East Wood… only to find that the now-dead witch may have actually been protecting the village from an even darker spirit.  A mist descends on the township and the surrounding hills, and soon enough the dying begins…  The game is an adventure scenario featuring elements of horror, intrigue, and warfare set in a unique fantasy world. If you enjoy this episode, we  recommend you explore our previous Actual Play episodes. The system is Savage Worlds.  Players use Hero Lab to manage their characters, and the campaign is managed using Lone Wolf’s Realm Works campaign management software.  If you are interested in online gaming with Savage Worlds, you might also consider Google Hangouts and Roll20.

The Metagamers Anonymous Actual Play series is sponsored by Lone Wolf Development, makers of Hero Lab, and Plate Mail Games!

 

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Savage Worlds: Project Z Episode 9

MayanApocalypseThe second chapter of Project Z continues with the PCs recovering from a sudden attack in the streets that left one of their number severely injured and deftly shook the rest.  They’ve retreated for the moment back to the safety of the Westing residence to lick their wounds and plot their next move, keeping a baleful eye on the stinging haze hanging over the city and the ruddy glow dominating the northern horizon…  The game is a post-apocalyptic survival horror adventure using the Welcome to Mortiston, USA! campaign scenario. If you enjoy this episode, we  recommend you explore the previous episodes in the series. The system is Savage Worlds.  Players use Hero Lab to manage their characters. If you are interested in online gaming with Savage Worlds, you might also consider Google Hangouts and Roll20.

The Metagamers Anonymous Actual Play series is sponsored by Lone Wolf Development, makers of Hero Lab, and Plate Mail Games!

 

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Savage Worlds: Project Z Episode 8

post-apocThe second chapter of Project Z opens with the PCs adjusting to their new role as unwitting heroes of the Gaiten District of Mortiston.  The show opens with new characters in the mix, alongside our old favorites, as the dust settles and they slowly start to plot a new course through the perilous hysteria that seems to have gripped the city…  The game is a post-apocalyptic survival horror adventure using the Welcome to Mortiston, USA! campaign scenario. If you enjoy this episode, we  recommend you explore the previous episodes in the series. The system is Savage Worlds.  Players use Hero Lab to manage their characters. If you are interested in online gaming with Savage Worlds, you might also consider Google Hangouts and Roll20.

The Metagamers Anonymous Actual Play series is sponsored by Lone Wolf Development, makers of Hero Lab, and Plate Mail Games!

 

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Savage Worlds: The Obsidian Crown Episode 5

Burning WoodThe fifth episode of The Obsidian Crown continues with the PCs returning to Asura’s fiery grove in the heart of the East Wood in search of the mysterious “heart of the forest.”  The witch may be dead, but death may not be the ending everyone expects it to be…  The game is an adventure scenario featuring elements of horror, intrigue, and warfare set in a unique fantasy world. If you enjoy this episode, we  recommend you explore our previous Actual Play episodes. The system is Savage Worlds.  Players use Hero Lab to manage their characters, and the campaign is managed using Lone Wolf’s Realm Works campaign management software.  If you are interested in online gaming with Savage Worlds, you might also consider Google Hangouts and Roll20.

The Metagamers Anonymous Actual Play series is sponsored by Lone Wolf Development, makers of Hero Lab, and Plate Mail Games!

 

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Savage Worlds: The Obsidian Crown Episode 4

nathie-fantasy-art-The-Old-TreeThe fourth episode of The Obsidian Crown continues with the PCs diving headlong into the wood in search of the mysterious witch Asura and her captives.  A heroic rescue is afoot, but at what cost…?  The game is an adventure scenario featuring elements of horror, intrigue, and warfare set in a unique fantasy world. If you enjoy this episode, we  recommend you explore our previous Actual Play episodes. The system is Savage Worlds.  Players use Hero Lab to manage their characters, and the campaign is managed using Lone Wolf’s Realm Works campaign management software.  If you are interested in online gaming with Savage Worlds, you might also consider Google Hangouts and Roll20.

The Metagamers Anonymous Actual Play series is sponsored by Lone Wolf Development, makers of Hero Lab!

 

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Savage Worlds: The Obsidian Crown Episode 3

The WitchThe third episode of The Obsidian Crown continues with the PCs working to unlock the dark secret which seems to grip the people of Aldrin.  The King’s Army is moving to occupy the town, while Lord Captain Daniel Mortlock begins an earnest interrogation of the bursar and his family.  But the heroes soon find that some secrets offer more questions than answers… The game is an adventure scenario featuring elements of horror, intrigue, and warfare set in a unique fantasy world. If you enjoy this episode, we  recommend you explore our previous Actual Play episodes. The system is Savage Worlds.  Players use Hero Lab to manage their characters, and the campaign is managed using Lone Wolf’s Realm Works campaign management software.  If you are interested in online gaming with Savage Worlds, you might also consider Google Hangouts and Roll20.

The Metagamers Anonymous Actual Play series is sponsored by Lone Wolf Development, makers of Hero Lab!

 

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Savage Worlds: The Obsidian Crown Episode 2

a_scene_unity-5The second episode of The Obsidian Crown continues with the PCs preparing to visit the village just to the west of the East Wood.  The King’s Army remains secreted amidst the trees, while Lord Captain Daniel Mortlock arranges to meet with the village bursar in an attempt to learn more of what has transpired in the kingdom during his long absence…. The game is an adventure scenario featuring elements of horror, intrigue, and warfare set in a unique fantasy world. If you enjoy this episode, we  recommend you explore our previous Actual Play episodes. The system is Savage Worlds.  Players use Hero Lab to manage their characters, and the campaign is managed using Lone Wolf’s Realm Works campaign management software.  If you are interested in online gaming with Savage Worlds, you might also consider Google Hangouts and Roll20.

The Metagamers Anonymous Actual Play series is sponsored by Lone Wolf Development, makers of Hero Lab!

 

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Savage Worlds: The Obsidian Crown Episode 1

LLTK_CoverThe opening session of The Obsidian Crown introduces the PCs as they establish a hidden military camp at the eastern edge of the kingdom.  The King’s Army is returning home after fifteen long years abroad, to find that the king who summoned them home is dead and a new monarch holds sway in the capital.  Though anxious to return home, Lord Captain Daniel Mortlock is gripped with a sense of caution, unwilling to expose his forces without learning more about the state of the kingdom and the man who calls himself king….. The game is an adventure scenario featuring elements of horror, intrigue, and warfare set in a unique fantasy world. If you enjoy this episode, we  recommend you explore our previous Actual Play episodes. The system is Savage Worlds.  Players use Hero Lab to manage their characters, and the campaign is managed using Lone Wolf’s Realm Works campaign management software.  If you are interested in online gaming with Savage Worlds, you might also consider Google Hangouts and Roll20.

The Metagamers Anonymous Actual Play series is sponsored by Lone Wolf Development, makers of Hero Lab!

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MetAnon AP07 – Project Z Session 7

Note: This is not a regular episode. This is an Actual Play recording of our seventh online game session with Erik and a handful of friends and listeners, played entirely over Google Hangouts. The game is a zombie apocalypse scenario set in an isolated town in southern Colorado. We strongly recommend you listen to the previous Actual Play episodes before enjoying this one.

The Metagamers Anonymous Actual Play series is sponsored by Lone Wolf Development, makers of Hero Lab!

During the heavily-anticipated seventh session – the final session of Chapter One – our PCs stumble back into formation to face the zombie horde that’s attempting to push its way across the river, into the last bastion of safety in all of Mortiston…. The system is Savage Worlds. For GMs who are interested in running a similar scenario, we used the Welcome to Mortiston, USA! setting product from Scrying Eye Games. If you are interested in online gaming with Savage Worlds, you might also consider Google Hangouts and Roll20.

Metagamers Anonymous is a weekly podcast dedicated to tabletop roleplaying games and (mostly) related material. Feel free to post any comments or questions to our forum, or drop us a line at feedback@prismatictsunami.com.

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MetAnon AP06 – Project Z Sessions 6

Note: This is not a regular episode. This is an Actual Play recording of our sixth online game session with Erik and a handful of friends and listeners, played entirely over Google Hangouts. The game is a zombie apocalypse scenario set in an isolated town in southern Colorado. We strongly recommend you listen to the previous Actual Play episodes before enjoying this one.

The Metagamers Anonymous Actual Play series is sponsored by Lone Wolf Development, makers of Hero Lab!

During the sixth session, our PCs finally decide to make their way south in an attempt to cross the river and ultimately reach Gaiten Academy.  The governor is missing, however, and the streets are still very dangerous in the early morning gloom.  And of course, crossing the river won’t be as easy as they’d prefer… The system is Savage Worlds. For GMs who are interested in running a similar scenario, we used the Welcome to Mortiston, USA! setting product from Scrying Eye Games. If you are interested in online gaming with Savage Worlds, you might also consider Google Hangouts and Roll20.

Metagamers Anonymous is a weekly podcast dedicated to tabletop roleplaying games and (mostly) related material. Feel free to post any comments or questions to our forum, or drop us a line at feedback@prismatictsunami.com.

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