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Andoran

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Hey folks!

I put together some audio intros for Legacy of Fire, using the Songs of Shazathared as printed in the covers. Check 'em out at my blog:

http://colorfulfrog.net/blog/?p=57

Hop on over there and drop me a line! Feel free to download 'em and use 'em for your own games. :-D

I'm interested in your feedback on these; I'm looking to have the rest of 'em finished by GenCon.


That is really great. I'm hoping to run this story sometime after summer, and I'll find a way to get these in there somewhere. You do the others and I'll try to use them as well.

Great job. They sound awesome.

Andoran

Thanks!

Cheliax

That's really impressive! I'm definitely going to get my players to listen to them, because I think you got the ambiance just right.

Osirion

Great job! I will use them whenever I get to LoF for sure. :]

Paizo Employee Developer

These are great! It makes me want to make the Pathfinder's Journal audio-books I have dreamed of. Do you have a background in audio production, cause these sound really professional?

Andoran

yoda8myhead wrote:
These are great! It makes me want to make the Pathfinder's Journal audio-books I have dreamed of. Do you have a background in audio production, cause these sound really professional?

Thanks! :-D

It's a hobby of mine; call it the result of a degree in acting with a lifetime of technology enthusiasm.

I think a Pathfinder radio drama would be utterly awesome. I'm down for it.


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Pathfinder Radio Drama. Awesome.

Qadira

That is very cool. I just finished listening to the ones posted on your blog, and I look forward to hearing some more, once you've made them.


Dude, you are AWESOME!


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This is most excellent. I am going to use this for sure. Very NICELY done!!

RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32, 2010 Top 8

There two rock.


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Great work!

I just started a Legacy of Fire campaign two weeks ago. I'm definitely going to play these to my players at our next session, which starts in about 30 minutes or so. Thanks!


I start the first module in the series on Sunday. Definitely using these.

Taldor

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I shed a tear while listening to the epic tale of the battle between Sarenrae and Rovagug.

Are those downloadable? I'm using them at the beginning of my game next week... Windows Media Player would play them yes?


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Right-click the link and select "Save Link As" They are MP3 format audio files so should play in Windows or WinAMP or iTunes.

Paizo Employee Developer

When are the next two coming out?! I can't wait.

Andoran

yoda8myhead wrote:
When are the next two coming out?! I can't wait.

I'm hoping to finish them this week.

Paizo Employee Developer

Where did you get the music behind these? Is it creative commons?

Andoran

yoda8myhead wrote:
Where did you get the music behind these? Is it creative commons?

I have a pretty extensive archive of music I use as background for the games I run; everything from movie soundtracks to world music and video games.

Shoot me an email for more info on it: skyler at colorfulfrog dot net.

Andoran

Installment 3 is up! Check it out:

http://colorfulfrog.net/blog/?p=66

Only one this time. I'm hoping to nail down the next one later this week, when I'm not under the weather.

Enjoy!

Taldor

This is absolutely awesome!!!!

You really did a great job! My players are definitely going to hear the sound of your voice as an introduction to our campaign. :)


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My PC's loved the 1st audio file. I'm going to take your advice and wait until their first encounter with gnolls to bring up the 2nd file.


~curses~ Damn you! With all the goodies (including these) for this AP, you are making me want to run it! ~grimaces and then grins~ However, I really want to run the next AP. ~shrugs~ What we need is for the wonderful people over at Paizo to put all the goodies together in one spot for easy download.


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This AP just may be better than Crimson Throne, and for you to not get to run it, will be like missing true love, or not ever tasting Belgian ale, or having never seen one of Holbein's paintings, or never having heard a child laugh. In short, you will have missed living. Oh, the vanity!

Taldor

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I'm downloading these MP3s to my cell phone...

Mid-game, when they'll reach an oasis, I will describe to them that he is telling a fireside story to a few children and weary caravan guards...

then POP! from under the table, I will initiate one of these recordings from my dreaded Sony Ericson sliding cell phone! ;)

(while lip synching to the best of my ability, with the text in front of me, from the book's open cover... :P :P :P)

They might very well freak out... :P


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Heh, awesome.

Taldor

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I used "myth1" and "myth2" during my gaming session last night. The players quite appreciated I think! :)

Osirion

These are very good, I like the overall feel that they give and would love to use them in a game if I ran the AP.

The only concern I have is with the first one: the music drowns out the voice in some places, and IMHO needs to be turned down a notch or two. (Most of my players are not native English speakers and get a little frustrated when something is not entirely clear.)

Other than that, excellent work! More please! :)

Cheers! :D


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When's the next one? WHEN IS IT!?

Andoran

Here it is!

Myth 4

Paizo Employee Developer

These are awesome!

Thank you for your outstanding contribution to the community!!

Paizo Employee Global Organized Play Coordinator

Awesome work Skyler. I have used the first one at the beginning of our adventure path, just before they entered the monastery. The second I plan to use when they have their first encounter with gnolls as I read somewhere was a great suggestion. When do you propose the best time to use #3 and #4?

Andoran

Michael Brock wrote:
Awesome work Skyler. I have used the first one at the beginning of our adventure path, just before they entered the monastery. The second I plan to use when they have their first encounter with gnolls as I read somewhere was a great suggestion. When do you propose the best time to use #3 and #4?

I like to kick off each chapter with one of the even numbered ones, and then do the corresponding odd numbered one about half-way through that same chapter.

The odd numbered ones tend to more closely correspond to what happens in that particular chapter, so I'd play the one about the founding of Katapesh probably right before they enter the city itself, for example, at the beginning of that particular session.

Thanks for the kind words! :-D

Paizo Employee Global Organized Play Coordinator

Any word on when the next one will be available? :)

Andoran

Michael Brock wrote:
Any word on when the next one will be available? :)

Well, I'm waiting in part to get the final installment of Legacy of Fire, so I can see where the themes of the final two go. When I have that (still not available for downloading yet, to me), I plan to finish 'em out. Hopefully I'll get it by the end of this week, and then I can do it this weekend.

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Thank you again Skyler.

Andoran

Okay!

I've just finished parts 5 through 8, so hop on over and check 'em out:

http://colorfulfrog.net/blog

Paizo Employee Global Organized Play Coordinator

Skyler Brungardt wrote:

Okay!

I've just finished parts 5 through 8, so hop on over and check 'em out:

http://colorfulfrog.net/blog

Awesome. Thanks so much for knocking these out. I would be interested in recommendations of where to place these as well. I have only read through Book 1.

Andoran

Michael Brock wrote:
Awesome. Thanks so much for knocking these out. I would be interested in recommendations of where to place these as well. I have only read through Book 1.

They probably should be played sequentially, for the sub-story about the barber and his guest to make any sense, and if that doesn't jive with you for some reason, do with them what works best for your group.

I play the odd numbered ones (1, 3, 5, 7, and eventually 9 and 11 when I make 'em) right at the start of each chapter. I like to make a clear demarcation to my players that we're beginning a new chapter, and these are one of the ways I do that.

The even numbered ones go well usually some point around the middle of the adventure. They tend to be relevant to the adventure at hand, so I try to start off a session with one just before we dig into the part of the adventure that relates to the myth. There are a few exceptions, though; I might play #7 right as they get sucked into Kakishon, just before the part where I describe Jhavul escaping and mocking them as he does (thus linking Jhavul thematically with Rovagug), and then kick off the next session in Kakishon with #8, to heighten the mystery and tension of having been sucked into Kakishon itself.


Thanks Skyler, these are great.

Paizo Employee Global Organized Play Coordinator

Just curious if anymore were goign to be coming or 8 is it? Thanks for the work thus far. My players love them.


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Michael Brock wrote:
Just curious if anymore were goign to be coming or 8 is it? Thanks for the work thus far. My players love them.

I counted him out when his website went down for quite a while, but in the midst of typing this post I checked again and -- lo and behold -- it's back! So I'll continue to hold out hope.

Paizo Employee Global Organized Play Coordinator

John Mangrum wrote:
Michael Brock wrote:
Just curious if anymore were goign to be coming or 8 is it? Thanks for the work thus far. My players love them.
I counted him out when his website went down for quite a while, but in the midst of typing this post I checked again and -- lo and behold -- it's back! So I'll continue to hold out hope.

I guess that is it. Thanks for the 8 completed.


Wow, I am *so* glad I'm beginning to DM Legacy of Fire now. I'm having all these ideas for the storyteller NPC, boy oh boy, I can't wait!

Really, kudos for this, I'm sure my players will be thrilled to hear this.

I was wondering, is there any chance you could impersonate Jhahvul and make a final speech? I noticed it's laking in the AP and you cah't really have a final boss without his great villain speech!

Andoran

Okay! Long, long overdue, here they are!

The Complete Songs of Shazathared

Enjoy!

As for Jhavul's speech...hmm. That's not a bad idea. I'm concluding the adventure path tomorrow evening, and I'll see if something doesn't come up for it.


Very Nice!


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YES!! I'd been bracing my players for disappointment come the final third of the campaign... :)


Same here. :D

And since, IMC the storyteller is disguised Pazhvan, who hangs around Kelmarane, watching over the PCs, I planned to have Davshum kill him in Chpater 5 (where audio files stop :D ), but now I guess I'll have to think of something else. :D

Any info about Jhavul's speech would be appreciated. :)

Andoran

Erevis Cale wrote:

Same here. :D

And since, IMC the storyteller is disguised Pazhvan, who hangs around Kelmarane, watching over the PCs, I planned to have Davshum kill him in Chpater 5 (where audio files stop :D ), but now I guess I'll have to think of something else. :D

Any info about Jhavul's speech would be appreciated. :)

In the end, it turned out there was no grand speech for Jhavhul to make.

Instead, I had him capture the NPC romantic interest of one of the party members (Haleen), and threaten her life at the cost of the single Final Wish. Make a wish, she goes free. Refuse, she dies. As it was a paladin of Sarenrae who loved her, it was a classically delicious moral dilemma.

So! If you can engineer it such, I'd recommend you do that instead; make the characters choose between Love and Duty, as Love is a major theme in this story, as is Sacrifice.

That said, if someone writes up an appropriate speech for Jhavhul, I'd be happy to talk about recording it!

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