Icosahedrophilia Podcast, Episode 183: Cold Air, Part 5

In our last episode we left you hanging, adventure fans, as the crew of the Broken Promise prepared to leap off an antarctic tower onto the deck of their stolen ship! Please listen now to episode 183, “Cold Air, Part 5,” or subscribe via iTunesZune, or plain old RSS!

This episode features the following segments:

Weighing Anchor

I call for your initiative roll.

The Staging Area

I briefly summarize the campaign backstory and review the situation at the end of “Cold Air, Part 4.”

The Weather Report

The crew of the Broken Promise fights to retake their ship from the bugbear pirates who have commandeered it for a second time!

I apologize for the poor picture quality. I tried to rely on letting my Zoom H3 capture video and then grabbing stills from there. But the video was a little out of focus, hence the blurry pictures.

The Crew Manifest

All seven standard players were aboard ship for this adventure! That is a rare treat!

The Prop Shop

I mention again my use of Paizo’s GameMastery Flip-Mat: Mountain Pass to stage this battle, but that’s about it.

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 Horror from the Hills” also features, in the background, several tracks from Erdenstern’s album Into the White, © 2010 Erdenstern. All tracks are used by permission of the copyright holders.

I hope that you enjoy(ed) listening to “Cold Air, Part 5,” and that you’ll rejoin us when the adventure concludes in “Cold Air, Part 6”! If you’d like to support the show, please buy something using one of our affiliate links in the sidebar, or check out the forthcoming “Tale of Two Servers” post for a more direct way to help. Thanks, and see you next time!

2 Comments on Icosahedrophilia Podcast, Episode 183: Cold Air, Part 5

  1. The ‘listen now’ link is wrong. It points at the mp3 file of episode 182.

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