Monday, September 11, 2006

Gamer Traveler

The Dragon's Landing podcast has a regular feature called the gamer traveler, a perfect source for those who like historical fantasy (as I surely do). In their feature this week about the city of Brugge in Belgium, Daniel Perez was kind enough to mention RPGObjects' Legends of the Dark Ages as a system where Brugge would make a good adventuring destination.

Being mentioned in the same breath as Green Ronin's Medieval Player's Handbook is quite flattering indeed and hearing the mention was as unexpected as it was delightful. Thanks Daniel.

I encourage everyone to check out Daniel's blog where they can find information on all the location spotlights he's done thus far.

And of course I recommend everyone check out the Dragon's Landing podcast where they can hear Daniel's gamer traveler segments in glorious streaming audio.

2 comments:

Daniel M. Perez said...

Hey, Chuck. I just came across your post while checking my Bloglines. Sweet! I'm glad you liked it, and as a fan, LotDA has every right to be up there with MPM.

I'm happy you like the show. There'll be more episodes coming soon.

Chuck said...

Thanks a lot Daniel :)

Im a huge fan of Dragon's Landing and have pimped it here a few times in the past, in part precisely because of the love it gives historical fantasy, which happens to be my favorite kind of fantasy.

So segments like yours are one of my favorite parts of the show.

Chuck

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