Monday, November 16, 2009

Ninja Mountain 40b - D&D Legends Special

If you are a fan of old-school Dungeons and Dragons, great fantasy illustration, great artists, or all of the above, this may be the best show you hear all year! Join Jeremy as he hosts a special round table of Joseph Goodman, Erol Otus, Jeff Easley and Stefan Poag.

Yeah, we don't need to hype it any more than that. Just listen.

http://www.megaflowgraphics.com/NinjaMountain/NinjaMountain040b.mp3

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Show Notes
Jeff Easley
Stefan Poag
Erol Otus
Goodman Games


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8 comments:

Andy said...

Fantastic to hear from the assembled panel. "Palace of The Silver Princess" was the first AD+D module I ever bought :)

Purdy said...

Excellent guest, really interesting to hear their thoughts :)

Cacodaemonia said...

Wow, great job with the interview Jeremy! It was awesome to hear from these legends of DnD. :)

Ninja Mountain said...

I'm glad you folks enjoyed the interview. I had a great time talking with them. They feared that they would do poorly, but I think they did a terrific job in the interview.
Great stuff. :)

bliss_infinte said...

Great interview. I loved hearing their opinions, thoughts and experiences on the art of classic D&D games. Thanks for putting this together.

Jan said...

I'm looking forward to listening to this!

DnD never came out in my country and I've never seen the old school art. Only recently I got hold of some DnD books (mostly 3rd and 4th edition) and after the FR computer RPGs I played, this is my first real contact with the franchise. Definitely something I want to learn more about.

mkotschi said...

Oh my God thank you for doing this interview. It is especially great to hear from Erol Otus, who is a personal old school hero of mine. If you ever do a part 2 to this podcast please please please consider talking to Pete Mullen and Paul Jaquays.

P.J. Magalhães said...

This was great, loved it.