On this Episode, we’ll Clarify Area-Based spells, find out whether or not Tom Law gets SPELLED on Wait, Wait, Don’t Spell Me, bask in the dulcet tones of Andy Doucette as he tells a classic stove lory for our Command: Perform segment, and then join Rybin in his comfy leather chair as he answers your questions in Ask Rybin Anything. Finally, we’ll finish off this Episode by learning about the Incarnations and the Allegiant.
Thank you to Tom Law, Scott Slater, Nick Donoghue, and Dave Kopchick for being participants on our Trivia Segment. Thanks to Arvilli, Silver, and Sa’id for submitting questions for Rybin to Answer, and thanks to the Order of the Ebon Wolves for sponsoring today’s show! Want to be a part of the show, you can send questions, feedback, and performances to theMagestream@Magestry.com
Most of the sound effects you hear on today’s show are from freesound.org.
Our theme music was written and performed by Sam Rochford. You can find more of her music at Facebook.com/SamRochfordMusic. Thanks, Sam!
In this slightly lengthier episode, you’ll be treated to an hour of Magestic goodness where we’ll talk to one of our creative artisans, Karen Hobbes, in our Profession: Artisan segment; we’ll delve into Magesta’s Shadow War, and you’ll hear Game Master, Paul Dabkowski, sing Dun Ringill (written by Jethro Tull). Rybin will then extrapolate the possible number of cupcakes a human soul is worth in Ask Rybin Anything and then tell you who you can ask to get services from and finally we’ll discuss Irvanshirian Nobility.
Thanks to Caleb and Sam for their questions for Rybin and to Kristen Jacobsen for her suggestion to learn more about Irvanshirian Nobility. Thanks, too, to Paul for his submission to our Command: Perform segment.
And thank you again to Sam Rochford for composing our theme music. You can find more of Sam’s music at Facebook.com/SamRochfordMusic.