The Coriolis Effect: Episode 10


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A tenth epiversary bumper episode!

00.00.53: Coming up in today’s episode:

00.03.35: Dragonmeet #podcastzone; Forbidden Lands; a new plan for Samar’s

00.13.16: The Children of the Void and Void Talents (Bonus Talents of the episode!)

00.27.36: Discussion – The “Ark” in Coriolis

00.51.00: An RPG Homage to John Carpenter’s “The Thing”

01.07.30: The Mukafa’a Campaign

01.32.00: The Latifs of Dabaran

01.40.33: Spectral Corsair

01.46.30: Feedback

01.48.00 Farewell and end credits

The Coriolis Effect. Presented by FictionSuit and the RPG Gods. With music by Stars on a Black Sea, used with permission of Free League Publishing. Imagery from NASA and the Hubble Space telescope, brought to you by wikimedia commons. Typeface is Code by Fontfabric

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2 thoughts on “The Coriolis Effect: Episode 10

  1. Hey guys,

    Love your podcast. I listen to quite a few gaming podcast and yours is a new favorite. I like your conversational style mixed in with some great information. You guys seem to have been gaming a while like me. I started with the Original D&D back in 1978. Loved your idea for the Thing adventure, can’t believe you have sat on that idea for such a long time before runnung it again. I work an early shift 3am to noon here in Sunny Northern California so a long podcast length is not an issue for me. And since I really like the subjects you guys cover keep on talking and I will keep listening. I am sure as you get the hang of podcasting and upgrade your equipment your sound will improve but your content is very engaging. Keep up the good work!

    Saul

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