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Gen Con Podcasts!

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Did you miss Gen Con this year? Fortunately for you, a whole bunch of different gaming reporters stopped by the Paizo booth in Indianapolis and did interviews with the Paizo staff, allowing you to live (or relive) the experience vicariously through their podcasts. Want to hear the latest about what we've been up to, straight from the staffer's mouth? Then click the links below!

Know Direction caught up with Lisa Stevens, James Sutter, Wes Schneider, and Adam Daigle for some interviews about what's new at Paizo.

Know Direction also talked to the design team about Mythic Adventures and the upcoming hardcovers.

The Tome Show talked to Art Director Sarah Robinson (among others) about becoming a fantasy artist.

Jennisodes cornered Wes Schneider and James Sutter to ask about what being an editor for Paizo really means.

Play Unplugged caught up with Erik Mona to talk about what's new and exciting from Paizo.

Gamerati dug deep into what draws players of all types to the Pathfinder RPG.

James Sutter
Senior Editor/Fiction Editor

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I'm pretty stoked about this. My group and I really enjoy Epic and high-power play but building or leveling a high-level character takes forever and often times there aren't as many pre-made monsters and scenarios to fight against, making it more work for everyone. My favorite aspect about Mythic that I've heard so far is that it can be implemented at any level of play. I could start a 3rd level campaign with characters that already feel more capable instead of having to wait 10 or 15 levels. It also provides the option to continue playing our level 20 characters while dodging some of the sketchy math that appears in later levels of the game. And as always it will be OGL and open to 3rd parties to add even more options. You've got a great thing going here, Paizo.

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Added two more links for extra Gen Con Goodness :)

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

the Mythic Podcast has eased a few of my fears about Mythic.

Andoran

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Thanks for sharing, James, and for sitting down to chat with us at GenCon.

Silver Crusade

Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Companion Subscriber
Stratagemini wrote:
the Mythic Podcast has eased a few of my fears about Mythic.

Ok now I know what I want to see in the playtest, weakness against weapons made from sugar. And for all my enemies weakness against water (like the witch in wizard of oz).

Andoran

2012 Gencon Seminar Special

Chronicles: Pathfinder Podcast

Part 1 - Click Here
Part 2 - Click Here

Gamer Nation, we return from Gencon 2012 with a canoe full of seminar goodies. But first, we reflect on Gencon 2012 and share our con stories and discuss the Reaper Bones Kickstarter . After that, we get on with the seminars. The 2012 Gencon Seminar special weighs in at about eight hours long so we have split it into two separate podcast parts.

Part 1:

01 Cast Intro and GenCon stories – 44:53
02 Paizo 2012 and Beyond – 59:30
03 GM101 – Practice Makes Perfect – 1:56:08
04 Highrise Circus – Blindman – 1:47

The Gencon 2012 Seminar Special continues:

Part 2:

01 Paizo Adventure Path Q and A – 58:46
02 Writing for Paizo – 56:53
03 Secrets of RPG Editing – 58:53
04 Rules Design Workshop – Mythic Adventures – 59:27
05 Secrets of Golarion Q and A – 1:00:26
06 Highrise Circus – Red Wine and Vicodin – 2:52

Please use the above links until the iTunes feed updates.


Steel_Wind wrote:

2012 Gencon Seminar Special

Chronicles: Pathfinder Podcast

Part 1 - Click Here
Part 2 - Click Here

Gamer Nation, we return from Gencon 2012 with a canoe full of seminar goodies. But first, we reflect on Gencon 2012 and share our con stories and discuss the Reaper Bones Kickstarter . After that, we get on with the seminars. The 2012 Gencon Seminar special weighs in at about eight hours long so we have split it into two separate podcast parts.[/b][/i]

I've been looking forward to seeing when your podcasts were going to drop and I just downloaded them via iTunes today. I'll probably be staying up late listening to these things in their entirety tonight.

Suggestion, when you post the times, could you please indicate the TOTAL start time?

For part two of part one, sure it makes sense that it starts at 44:53. But at what point in the overall podcast does part three start?


Stratagemini wrote:
the Mythic Podcast has eased a few of my fears about Mythic.

Absolutely! I wanted nothing to do with Mythic levels and now I'm curious to check it out further. Bring on the playtest.

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