Here’s our second episode of Wind Words, where we look at scenes in the Founders Market of Pavis. We hope our audio quality has improved somewhat, but we’re still learning and Bill has a terrible head cold which is why he sounds so bad.

Andrey Fetisov art used with kind permission of Chaosium Inc/Moon Design Publications for the background header of this blog post.

Introduction

We are not alone: there is a Finnish language podcast on Glorantha: Dayzatarin Tähtien Alla.

The Herald’s Podium

Our collection of news (up to date at the time of recording):

Rumour Table

  • Rick Meints Index to Gloranha 2020 update
  • The Night of the Quacking Dead!
    • That rumour is totally unsubstantiated. For Jörg’s and Ludo’s eyes only:

Main Topic: Scenes from the Founder’s Market of New Pavis

  • An experiment in setting up a scene for Game Masters, hopefully with ideas to build upon
  • Bill is setting the scene
  • A party out of the Rubble meets a pair of Grey Sages – Taking a rather ordinary piece of metal ornamentation found in the Rubble as a lead into more Rubble Running
  • Why you shouldn’t mess with trolls, they will mess with you. And does eating humans make you chaotic?
  • A beggar a bit out of place – the seedier side of the city. (Or maybe not.)
  • and of course we get into rambling with each, surprising each other with side issues – the very kind of side issues your average band of player characters will pick up and go haring off on in your sessions, too.

Letters to the Editor

A question from the audience – what materials do you need as a new player or a new GM in Glorantha?

Bill mentioned how he GMed with just the free to download RuneQuest Quickstart Rules, basic dice and stationary on Free RPG Day 2017, and here is the proof:


Thanks to Daniel Profeta, aka Dethstroke9, who has a very active YouTube channel about playing Call of Cthulhu.

Here’s a randomly grabbed episode that made us blush:

We also read out a few lines form other e-mails, thanks to Scott Martin and Minlister from BRP Central.

If you have questions you want us to answer or give us feedback, send an e-mail to tribe@windwords.fm.

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