Sep 06

Dragonlance Canticle #89 – Old School Dragonlance Video Games

Great Scott! Proving that there’s no school like old school, the trio fire up the Dragonlance Delorean and travel back to a time of VGA graphics and SSI-created video games.

Our hosts cover eight of the classic 1980’s and 1990’s Dragonlance games, offering their suggestions for improvements, discussion on how these games hold up to modern-day standards, and even how to cheat to win the War of the Lance. (Adrian needs a ‘Sturm Does Not Approve’ meme for this – can the community help?).

Strap yourself in for all the fun of 1.21 gigawatts of retro-Dragonlance!

Hosts: Chuck, Weldon, and Tim.

Aug 16

Dragonlance Canticle #88 – Campaign Starting Locations

WARNING: this episode contains discussions about Season 6 of Game of Thrones and Captain America: Civil War. If you would like to stay in the spoiler-free zone, please avoid from 3mins 20secs to 9mins 07secs.

Heading up a Trampas-less panel of Dragonlance enthusiasts, Chuck delves into the lesser-explored parts of Ansalon like a podcasting Bear Grylls for locations to start a new campaign.
The hosts each pitch a location, providing some key points about the terrain, towns, and adventure hooks, backed up by some recommended reading.

Weldon also shares some ground-breaking, canon-bending lore about Northern Ergoth that surprises even his fellow hosts – and will shock you too. Even Astinus of Palanthas didn’t see this one coming.

Hosts: Chuck, Weldon, Ed, John, and Tim.

Jul 19

Dragonlance Canticle #87 – Defenders of Magic Trilogy

Accio novels!
The dynamic duo of Chuck and Tim watch for the three moons, take their tests of High Sorcery, and step into the breach to review Mary Kirchoff’s Defenders of Magic trilogy. They discuss the overall scope of the story, the opportunities for character development, and whether the story would have been fit for other eras in the Dragonlance saga.

Hosts: Chuck & Tim

Jun 17

Dragonlance Canticle #86 – Towers of High Sorcery (Part 2)

Welcome friends and fellow companions! After a rough intro, the usual suspects open the episode with a discussion about the recent Drivethrurpg Bounty, and tackle the contentious issue of loaded dice at the table. After that, their attention is turned to Hector’s letter and ensuring that the rest of the sorcery/wizardry questions are addressed with usual Canticle efficiency.

Weldon (Sage of Solace that he is) also provides a wealth of reading sources throughout the show. For those of you without a notebook handy, he suggests:

The King Priest trilogy
Legend of Huma
Defenders of Magic trilogy
Price of Courage (gaming supplement)
Soulforge (both the Choose Your Own Adventure, and the novel)
Brothers in Arms
Renegade Wizards
Towers of High Sorcery (3.5 game supplement)

Hosts: Chuck, Ed, Tristan, Weldon, and John.

Jun 01

Dragonlance Canticle #85 – Towers of High Sorcery (Part 1)

Chuck, Tristan, Weldon, and Tim talk answer a letter about wizards of the Orders of High Sorcery: their history, the origin of wizardry talent, and their loyalties. They also talk about ‘Curse of Strahd’, the DM’s Guild, the VOID, whether George R.R. Martin should be held accountable for his slow progress, and the X-Wing miniatures game.

May 09

Dragonlance Canticle #84 – Dragon Overlords (Part 2)

Part two of the dragon overlords discussion!

Apr 14

Dragonlance Canticle #83 – Elven Exiles Round Table

Chuck, Tim, and Ed talk about the Elven Exiles trilogy!

Be sure to check out our next episode, part 2 of our Dragon Overlords discussion.

Mar 08

Dragonlance Canticle #82 – Dragon Overlords (Part 1)

In this episode, the Canticle crew discusses the dragon overlords! Plus Lunitari too!

First of a two-parter.

Oct 01

Dragonlance Canticle #81 – Dragonlance in D&D5e (Part2)

Part 2 of the discussion about Dragonlance in D&D 5th edition.

Hosts: Trampas, John, Chuck, and Tim

Sep 20

Dragonlance Canticle #80 – Dragonlance in D&D5e (Part 1)

In this long-awaited episode, the crew talks about Dragonlance in D&D 5th edition.

Hosts: Trampas, John, Chuck, and Tim

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