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Apr 03 2017

Cypher Speak Episode 7: Gods of the Fall – Shifting Into Divine Gear

CS-blank-250x250-webThe Gods Are Dead – Now It’s Your Turn. Darcy & Troy explore the Cypher System setting Gods of the Fall, the first of the worlds funded by the Worlds of the Cypher System Kickstarter. There is a lot to love about the Afterworld, the post-apocalyptic setting of Gods of the Fall, which is still reeling after heaven literally fell out of the sky and all the gods died. Players play characters discovering their divine sparks and potential to become fully fledged gods.

Gods of the Fall has some amazing mechanics and setting goodness that you won’t want to miss, check it out!

Safety in Gaming Resources: The X Card by the amazing John Stavropoulos & Panda’s Talking Games on its use, and Misdirect Mark’s episodes on safety and having a safety fail at the table even when you think you’re prepared.

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Thanks for all the support so far! You’re all divine in our eyes <3

2 comments

  1. Bryon

    I’ve been loving the podcast so far, and can’t wait to hear the next episode! On the subject of poddities to share, I thought Darcy might enjoy the following Vox piece on illuminated manuscripts of knights doing battle with snails — it made me wonder what kind of things Aeon Priests might illuminate in the margins of their works!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ISOK-XtvYs

    1. Darcy Ross

      That’s wonderful Byron! I always hear about these snail marginalia but this video was fabulous and I’m going to send it around whenever I get people asking about it! And did you see the Into the Night Numenera poster maps? One of them is an “in-game” map with marginalia! You need to see it 😀 https://www.montecookgames.com/store/product/into-the-night/

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