Did someone say roleplaying? Yes! Hexes & Bows Podcast finally starts roleplaying with special guest Chris from Car Bomb Podcast! hexesandbows.com We're joined today by variety podcaster Chris from Car Bomb Podcast. Us Americans are taught a thing or two about Tim Hortons and the paranoia and curse of playing "roll up the rim." We also get a little serious and inquire about making roleplaying games more accessible by using American Sign Language. While we don't have any real answers, please inform us if you or someone you know plays any sort of TRPG while using ASL, we'd love to learn more! This week Kickstarter recommendations include Companion's Tale, Innocents, and Shore of Anaverde Card Set. Be sure to listen to learn more about these interesting games! Now, we know we've been talking about roleplaying on the show, but tonight we finally begin! Sit back and listen to the stories of a group of NPC townsfolk kibitzing and kvelling in the Scroll and Bottle tavern hidden above a bookstore. What happens when the city of Galter's Mayor decides to squander away all of their taxes on a giant, singular diamond?
Check us out at hexesandbows.com! Today's episode of the Hexes & Bows Podcast is a little special! Mr. and Mrs. Gnome have a solid heart-to-heart conversation about the influence, benefits, and importance of gaming in a relationship. Being open and using communication builds a stable relationship, but so does sharing a common hobby! Learn how Tara and Joey worked through hurdles in finding just the right game together and how gaming keeps their 10-year relationship stronger and more exciting than ever! Leave a comment if there's a game you and your significant other love to play together!
For more H&B tabletop fun, check out our website: hexesandbows.com or follow us on twitter: @hexesnbows *This episode contains some strong language Fill your ears with the sweet, sultry voices of Gnome, Tim, Hansard, and first time co-host, Tara (aka Mrs. Gnome!). There's plenty to talk about today, with topics ranging from roleplaying in non-roleplaying games, zombies, zombies, zombies!, and Gnome's personal favorite topic of late 80s / early 90s childhood board games! This week's Kickstarter Spotlight showcases the very cool, very large game by ODAM Publishing called The Shared Dream. Listen to the podcast, see if it interests you, then head to their Kickstarter page and pledge! Act fast, because by the time this posts, the game has only 2 days left (but it's already been funded!). Is there a game you'd love to dig up from the attic or repurchase in order to play again? Let us know in the comments!
During this episode, the Hexes & Bows Podcast team talks about the geeky culture of dice superstitions! It's real (it's not) and it effects all kinds of games and gamers! We also discuss some interesting Kickstarter tabletop gaming campaigns as well as set the stage for our roleplaying campaign at the end of the episode! For more information, articles, stories, podcasts, and live D&D games, head to www.hexesandbows.com! Follow us on Twitter @hexesnbows and be sure to leave a comment about the various topics mentioned in this week's podcast! Thanks so much for listening! See you next week!
This week on the Hexes & Bows Podcast, Gnome, Hansard, Tim, and Joe discuss their favorite childhood boardgames and other games that influence their lives today. We learn that Joe's a bit too competitive and Gnome despises Risk. Enjoy some humor mixed in with learning more about the people that make up Hexes & Bows. There is no roleplaying this week, but stick around for Episode 002 when the adventure begins in the merchant town of Galter!