Sunday, 19 June 2016

Series 4

The planning and plotting required for series 4 is underway...

Edit (17/07/2016): Still underway. Took a break to record an audio book (The Iraq Inquiry). I have six episodes planned, and after hitting the save button here, I'll be working up episode 7. As usual there will be 10 episodes in the series.

Edit (24/07/2016): Only two more episode to plan. Sorry about the delay, but have had a rush of work on lately including narrating "The Iraq Inquiry: Executive Summary", finishing off two other audio books, launching a Patreon account, and releasing a couple of new RPG products.  Yeah, lots to do. I may be slow but I am sure.

Edit (31/07/2016): One one more to go. Still in progress...

Edit (14/08/2016) : Finally finished scripting episode 31 the plan is to record and publish it next weekend :)

5 comments:

  1. Looking forward to the next series.

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  2. Hi Felbrigg,
    your podcast has been fantastic to listen to, very well made looking forward to more to come.
    kind regards,
    Steven Spizick.

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  3. Thank goodness for that. I was missing the podcast.

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  4. Excited to hear that the podcast is returning! I have listened to episodes 1-25 over the past few weeks. I only have 5 more to go and then I am caught up so new podcasts on the horizon is welcome indeed!

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  5. Hello! Looking forward to the new season. Maybe I can contribute by asking a rather innocent question.

    The rules for world creation in CT and MT specify that to determine the hydrographic percentage of a planet, one rolls 2D6-7 + size; if the planet's size is 0 (or 1, in MT), the hydrographic percentage is automatically 0. If the planet's atmosphere is 0,1,A,B, or C, one add a DM of -4 (so the roll is really 2D6-11). This means that there's non-trivial chance of rolling a negative number, which of course is rather odd to me. Am I missing something in the rules? Perhaps I'm misreading the dice notation?

    Thanks!

    Eduardo Alvarez

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