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Audio for “Patronage & Kickstarter” Seminar

Ok, we promised you some audio for this, and thanks to Neostrider, we now have the full audio for this seminar!

The participants included Wolfgang Baur, Greg Stolze, Gary M. Sarli, and Daniel Solis.

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Koboldy PaizoCon Seminars at Know Direction

We be Kobolds!Did you miss PaizoCon this year? Or maybe you were there but decided to follow Sean K Reynolds around all weekend and missed tons of cool seminars?

Have no fear! Our friends over at the Know Direction podcast at 3.5 Private Sanctuary areĀ hosting the audio from the PaizoCon 2011 seminars:

And these are just the ones of particular interest to kobolds. There’s a ton of others!

We’ll wait. Go check them out. Then we’ll regroup here to discuss.

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Kobolds Overrun RPG Countdown

RPG Countdown LogoWhen Ed Healy sent us a link to the latest episode of his RPG Countdown podcast with the cryptic note, “Thought you’d like to have a listen…” we were most intrigued. We soon discovered that Kobold Quarterly occupies two spots on the countdown of top-selling game products!

The Kobold Guide to Game Design comes in at #9, and on the show, contributor Ed Greenwood talks about his essay on how to create Dastardly Plots for your campaign. It’s a fascinating insight into how one of the great authors and designers in the game industry approaches storytelling.

Kobold Quarterly #16 takes the #2 spot in the countdown (maybe the mermaid on the cover helps sales?) and Robin D. Laws says some very nice things about our small-but-fierce magazine.

There are lots of great tidbits in the show, including a new book on fire magic from our friends at Super Genius Games, the Dying Earth RPG, and Kenneth Hite talking about his Bookhounds of London supplement for Trail of Cthulhu. Check it out!

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Listen to OD Podcast and Win Tony DiTerlizzi Artwork

Quickling_TDA new Open Design Podcast is now available, and there’s a special prize in this one. You could win a sketch by the amazing artist Tony DiTerlizzi: he’s drawn a quickling (pictured right) exclusively for Open Design Podcast and one lucky fan. Just listen to the episode for the instructions, and the original artwork could be yours.

Tony DiTerlizzi is a fantasy artist, childrensā€™ book creator, and motion picture producer. DiTerlizzi co-created The Spiderwick Chronicles and was an executive producer on the 2008 film adaptation of the series. He won a Caldecott Honor Medal for his adaptation of The Spider and the Fly. In the gaming industry, he is best known for his work on Magic: The Gathering and on the Planescape product line for Dungeons & Dragons.

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