Posts Tagged ‘Daniel Franco’

A new episode of my podcast, The Round Table, is up on The Tome Show’s website.


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I sit down with Joe Lastowski, Topher Kohan, Daniel Franco, and Alex Jarzinbinski to discuss the in-store adventure In Volo’s Wake, the Volo’s Guide to Monsters Adventurers League Reference, and an Unearthed Arcana article about Barbarian Primal Paths. Then it’s an interview with Randy Aitken about his Kickstarter for Of Drow Origin. This podcast was recorded on November 12, 2016.


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A new episode of my podcast, The Round Table, is up on The Tome Show’s website.


I sit down with Alex Basso and Round Table newbies Dan Elwell and Daniel Franco to discuss the free PDF that brings the Zendikar campaign setting from Magic: The Gathering into fifth edition Dungeons and Dragons rules. Then we chat about the announcement of the Acquisitions Incorporated series and the rise of actual play series and podcasts. After the panel, it’s an interview with game designer James Haeck about the new Kobold Press product he authored for the DMs Guild – Gem Dragons of Faerun. This podcast was recorded on May 4 and 5, 2016.




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If you like what you’re reading please follow me on Twitter, check out my other podcasts, Have Spellbook, Will Travel and Gamer to Gamer, find my products on the DMs Guild, tell your friends, and/or leave me a comment and let me know you think. Thanks!