Session 37-38 - Where Eagles Dare

Shortly before the storm of chaos, a crack team of adventurers infiltrate a heavily guarded orc stronghold in the ruins of an ancient dwarven fortress, high in the Black Mountains. Their mission: sneak into the fortress and obtain highly valuable information pertaining to the location of Sigmar's Hammer, and the salvation of the Empire.

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6 comments:

  1. I really enjoyed this session! I just can't decide who most resembles Mary Ure or Clint Eastwood, but I'm fairly certain Richard Burton would have argued that he had a 'chaos organ', and was not afraid to use it.

    Best wishes for Wade in his future endeavours! I have been listening to you guys for so long now that his departure, and the looming climax of the campaign, makes me a little bit sad.

    All the best, and thank you for the many hours of entertainment so far!

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  2. Don't know if I've missed something but did you guys skip Power Behind The Throne?

    Great fun listening to you guys, awesome GMing and roleplaying!

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  3. Yes in order to wrap the campaign up we are skipping PBT and SRK. You'll also notice some departures from the EIF plot in order to tie up loose ends and keep within the style of the rest of the campaign.

    I would have liked to run through everything but it's been so long and the specter of real life beckons :)

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  4. Ah too bad, I totally feel you on the real life vs old world life problem though :)

    Would have been fun to listen to you guys play through PBT since it requires lots of player initiative and good role playing, things your group seem to have in abundance :) I'll keep my fingers crossed it ends up on the podcast some day!

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  5. Anonymous2/20/2014

    'Broadsword calling Danny Boy'. That was a great session, perfect, exploring a ruined dwarf hold, it doesn't get more FRPG than that. Only 4 sessions left!! Rog

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  6. Thanks for the compliment. The dwarven hold was not part of the "book" campaign -- if anyone out there wants to run it like we did, check out the bonus materials from making a donation and also feel free to email me if anything was left out.

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