In the underdark, you make allies wherever you can. Sometimes it means siding with someone who was once your enemy.
Role Playing Games
Desperate to try to make sense of their new unlife and under the orders of both the Founders and the Conspiracy of Isaac, the coterie arrives at the Monastery of St. Timothy and seek audience with Japheth Capadocious. As things often happen, they get more than they bargain for.
In this episode the guys quickly recap their Vampire: The Masquerade game, hit on some news, and then plunge deep into the Barbarian class. The focus this time is how to play a barbarian with different character concepts, multi-class options and more.
With the latest batch of Drow dispatched, the party comes face-to-face with another horror of the underdark. What’s unclear is, whose side is he on?
The coterie is en route to the Monastery of St. Timothy when they are surprised attacked by a band of fanatical Templars led by someone from their very recent past. Listen as they unleash their ever growing vampiric powers upon their attackers.
In this episode the guys (sans Nolan) discuss Cody’s character from our Giovanni Chronicles play through. Join us as we dive into Stefan’s backstory!
https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/225322/V20-Becketts-Jyhad-Diary?manufacturers_id=4261 Beckett’s Jyhad Diary Summary – Beckett’s Jyhad Diary is a, essentially, a massive omnibus that gathers all the meta plots of Vampire the Masquerade into a beautifully produced book. I was given this book from my friend and 307 RPG podcast co-host, Cody. He acquired it at PAX Unplugged this past year. I was
Deep in the bowels of Undermountain, our heroes come across a Drow prison containing a smart-mouth little gnome. Instead of leaving her to her fate, the party decides to free her and let her tag along.
The coterie decides it’s best to return to the Founders and let them know what the Conspiracy of Isaac is up to. Along the way they engage in some interesting conversation.
Rested and some might say a bit relaxed, the party is attacked by the nefarious Drow. It’s a fight full of poison arrows, unseen assailants and dastardly magic users as we continue to dwell in the Dungeon of the Mad Mage.