Arcanum Quest episode 3

The 3rd episode of our Steampunk game; Arcanum Quest. This was adapted by Kim from the video game Arcanum: Of Steamworks and Magick Obscura. It was pretty fun to play, though at times I got a little frustrated…mostly with the constant back tracking to Tarant (or back Taranting)!

If you liked this please check out our other recordings, and please share it with your friends.

A reminder that when we hit 100 followers on WordPress or Sound Cloud, or 100 likes on Facebook, we are going to do a listeners choice actual play.
You, the Listeners, will be able to send us in suggestions for setting, rules systems, themes, what ever. We’ll pick the ones we like most and then have you all vote on which one we’ll play.

We could do a Numenera game for example…set in the world of Nausicaa and the Valley of the Wind!

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One comment

  1. The Wheel Clan Dredge is a pile of garbage, but at least you got Loghaire out of his hole. Stillwater I am thinking may be a reference to the snow and ice, which is water molecules that are closer to still than liquid water. That’s my theory and I’m sticking with it.
    I’m so happy you did get to meet Gar, he is one of my favorite characters. One fun fact about Mirth is that you can disintegrate him and the quest item he carries drops unscathed, making it possible to continue without having to hear him speak a single word.
    I had some thoughts on the combat in this episode, but nothing your post comments didn’t already address.
    I liked the blatant flirting with Raven, it’s not quite within the realm of possibility in the game. And on that note the “massive cock blocking” was exquisite to listen to. The multi-step infodump of visions followed by interpretation by Raven is a bit contrived, although I didn’t mind that much.
    The actual Stillwater Giant is still a stupid ass random encounter, I love it.
    Finally, BACK TO TARANT! One week of travel, find a thing, one week back to where you were. Fun times!

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