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Across a Table Madly 1: What’s So Great About Eclipse Phase?

If you read the last post on RPGMusings, you will know that we are putting out a new podcast named Across a Table Madly. In order for the podcast feeder programs (mostly iTunes) to parse the episodes and place both released audio files into the stream, I have to post the episode again. It has the added benefit of getting the name Eclipse Phase into the title of the post, so anyone searching for Eclipse Phase has a better chance of coming across it.

Across a Table Madly, Episode 1: What’s So Great About Eclipse Phase?

 

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This episode features hosts Kato (@KatoKatonian), Aaron (@WolfSamurai), Brittani (@DnDPrincessAria), and Sam (@DMSamuel) and the main topic is the Eclipse Phase RPG by PostHuman Studios. If you would like to know more about the wonderful Eclipse Phase, here is a link to the HOMEPAGE for the RPG.

The iTunes feed is set up – you have to search for RPG-Musings to find us on iTunes, since we are hosted by the RPGMusings site. If you use a different feeder program to which you would like us to submit the podcast, please let us know in the comments – we would love to make this available to the widest audience possible.

 

 

About

DM Samuel is the Editor-in-Chief here at RPG Musings as well as the podcast editor for The Tome Show (http://thetome.podbean.com/). He is also a host of the gaming podcast Play on Target (http://PlayOnTarget.com/). He plays all manner of role-playing games and boardgames and continues to learn new games all the time (and new things about old games, too). Sam lives in Upstate New York with his wife and their game collection. You can follow him on twitter @DMSamuel.

4 Responses to “Across a Table Madly 1: What’s So Great About Eclipse Phase?”

  • Thanks for getting this up on iTunes. I’ll drop some feedback when I have had a chance to listen to 0 and 1.

    Looking very forward to them.

  • The subject got me wanting to listen in and I am impressed. I found the discussion helpful and entertaining! keep it up and I will be a regular listener. :3

  • How do I find you using an android podcatcher?

  • When we have a podcast-only RSS feed, I think you should be able to add that into a podcatcher on Android. That should be done this week or next, if we’re able.