Tuesday, November 14, 2017

The CVG Actual Play & Community Theater Podcast 057 - The One Ring: The Darkening of Mirkwood - Session 28: A Darkness In The Marshes

Mountain Hall
Episode 57 of The CVG Actual Play & Community Theater Podcast is up and in stores near you (i.e. iTunes)!  

Remember: it's on a different feed from The CVG Podcast and Rhythm & Blues Revue, so you will need to subscribe to this feed separately if you're into it!

The game is The One Ring, by Cubicle 7 Games!  The campaign is The Darkening of Mirkwood!


Don't remember much about The One Ring?  Check out the Geek's game review of it here!

Or check out the TOR community forums here!

Here is Tales from Wilderland!


Check out the campaign's Obsidian Portal page!

Denethor's Vision of the Sorceress
And now a quick breakdown of our characters:

PC:  Denethor Lightbow
Player:  Nick
Culture:    Elf of Mirkwood
Background:  Diligent Defender

Calling:  Scholar

PC:  Fendegil
Player:  Monster Mike
Culture:  Ranger of the North
Background:  Solitary Vagabond
Calling:  Wanderer

PC:  Brand, son of Gorm
Player:  Jack

Culture:  Barding (Man of Dale)
Background:  Rediscovering the Past

Calling:  Treasure Hunter

PC:  Beren Greycloak
Player:  BJ

Culture:  Dwarf of the Grey Mountains

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Intro and Background Music for The Silmarillion Minute were provided by www.bensound.com.

Intro /Outro Music:  "Shoot Out The Lights" by Richard Thompson





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