Icosahedrophilia Podcast, Episode 158: The Tomb, Part 4

I’ve kept you waiting far too long, adventure fans, but I’ve finally gotten episode 158 of the Icosahedrophilia podcast ready for your enjoyment! In the first three parts of this adventure, you’ve heard our heroes defend themselves and the Lemurian infirmary against an invasion of hostile undersea creatures, including the weresharks Ripp Fangfin and Shredd Bloodgill. In “The Tomb, Part 4,” the battle undergoes a change of venue, and old foes resurface! Please listen now or subscribe via iTunesZune, or plain old RSS!

This episode features the following segments:

Weighing Anchor

Tracy Hurley of the Tome Show calls for your initiative roll.

The Staging Area

I briefly summarize the campaign backstory and review the situation at the end of “The Tomb, Part 3.”

The Weather Report

The undersea battle experiences a change of venue, and old enemies resurface!

The Prop Shop

I describe the battlemap setup and some of the miniatures accessories that we used during the battle at the tomb proper. The pictures below show the setup from the players’ point of view and from the DM’s point of view.

Sea Shanties

As always, our theme and bumper music comes from “Racing the Wind” and “Gallows Jig,” from the album Phantoms of the High Seas by Nox Arcana, ©2008 Monolith Graphics. “The Tomb” also features, in the background, several tracks from Erdenstern’s album Into the Blue, ©2008 Erdenstern. All tracks are used by permission of the copyright holders.

I hope that you enjoy(ed) listening to “The Tomb, Part 4,” and that you’ll join us when the adventure continues in “The Tomb, Part 5”!

1 Comment on Icosahedrophilia Podcast, Episode 158: The Tomb, Part 4

  1. Still listening! I really like the 3D elevation and the paper model. It helps detail the scene a lot.

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