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Funny how listening to yourself allows for some perspective on how you sound. :D Though I'm not sure I've noticed the sentence delays myself. I know I [...]

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« Amity Campaign


Episode 1 Enter the Headlanders

Warning: gameplay recordings may and probably do include language and material offensive to some listeners. Ok, many listeners. Listener discretion is advised.

This is the first episode of the Amity campaign, introducing the characters and featuring some basic rules chatter.

We got better.

Noteable in this episode is the first appearance of Madacam Rat and the duo of Krotus and Ditch. All three feature prominently in later episodes.

The killer bears appear in this episode, which lead to no end of ridicule for the characters.

This episode was recorded on an Olympus DS-40 with stock mics and edited in Audacity. Later episodes, I've switched the mics so the sound quality does improve.

Also, this episode was edited while we were still waiting for permission to use our theme song. We got permission just before I started editing episode 2, so forgive the Sousa.

Also, also, forgive the bird. He goes away after a few episodes.

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Corey Allison - Friday, May 3rd 2013 - 12:54 pm

What I'd like to know is why on earth the mage is better at physical combat than the non magic users. Seriously. Even when I got into the game he was better at killing things with sharp objects than the others. XD

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- Friday, May 3rd 2013 - 4:25 pm

And, actually, he wasn't that good at it. He had a combination of the spell Aethir Blade and a one handed sword skill. That was their only real melee damage for quite a long time because the other two spec'ed out their characters for pure rogue.

That's what happens when you don't discuss party balance when making your characters.

To their credit, they did spend a bit of money and character points later in the campaign to increase their fighting abilities.