Episode 4: Be the Maker

Welcome to the Wonders of Thedas Podcast, your one-stop-shop for all your Dragon Age RPG needs! Today we have two hosts discussing what it is to be a Game Master, the most difficult but rewarding place around the table in any RPG! We talk about the spectrum of GMing from the day-planners to the improv artists and reminisce about campaigns of the past and present! We’ll give you the basic tools to run the Dragon Age RPG and help more people enjoy this wonderful game!

As we mention on the episode, the Dragon Age Core Rulebook is nominated for THREE ENNIES! You can vote for the ENnies on the ENnie Awards blog until July 21st! Make sure you vote 1 for the Dragon Age Core Rulebook, and don’t put numbers down for anything you don’t like or have never heard of! (We apologize for the poor quality of the post-show! It was added hastily after the good news came around.)

The Saisei stunts list from way back when Dragon Age came in boxes can be found for download here on our site: Dragon Age New Stunts by Saisei

The Dragon Age RPG is a mercifully simple game to run, with straightforward mechanics and easily understood applications of the mechanics. The game is simple and helps you get back to the action and avoid cracking open the rulebook to double check a rule. The powerful yet uncomplicated rules keep the story moving and maximizes fun with the unpredictability of the Stunt System!

This episode may seem a bit slim on advice but that is by design. We intend to include advice for GMs in nearly every episode from here on out! Our episodes will remain useful for both players and GMs so that you all can have the most fun with Dragon Age as possible and become rand heroes of Thedas!

We hope you enjoy, and thank you for listening!

Author: Portal-Crafter Reyn

I'm an amateur sound designer, gamer, game-master, and I love to bring people grand worlds and rich stories through several mediums.

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