When we last saw (or heard about…?) our heroes, they opened the door from which strange chanting emanated to discover two pregnant ogres tracing symbols in a sand pit and a third ogre praying or possibly summoning something sinister.
Our heroes were spotted when they opened the door, so we’ll resolve this strange encounter in Episode 68 – Summon-Where Over the Pain-Bow. – kicks off!
With the threat of Grenseldek out of the way, our heroes turn their attention to an incestuous band of ogres in the midst of a horrifying necromantic ritual!
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New episodes of the Glass Cannon Podcast are released every Tuesday (that’s today!). And it’s not too late to jump in from the beginning:
Glass Cannon Podcast Episode 1: Introducing Thomas Exposition is here.
There is even some new content released on Thursdays – Cannon Fodder – that provides a little behind-the-scenes coverage and will help you get to know Pathfinder a little better, and perhaps entice you to begin a campaign of your own.
What is the Glass Cannon Podcast? Well, in the spirit of old school Dungeons and Dragons, a collection of five super-nerds (Joe O’Brien, Grant Berger, Matthew Capodicasa, Skid Maher, and Dungeonmaster Troy Lavallee) emerge blinking from their parents’ basements to engage in an Actual Play campaign of Paizo’s epic new Pathfinder adventure path, Giantslayer!
Foes will be vanquished, beers will be dranken, and characters will almost certainly f*c&ing die.
The Glass Cannon guys are playing Pathfinder, a fantastic roleplaying game that began as an offshoot
of the 3.5 edition of Dungeons and Dragons. You can learn more about Pathfinder here or get your own copy of the 1st book of the Giantslayer adventure and start a Pathfinder campaign of your own!
Finally, if you want to know how the Glass Cannon guys got together, check out their origin story.
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