52 – Let’s Play Deep Carbon Observatory (Part 13) – Last Session

We wrap up the campaign.

Our next episode is the recap & review, here: https://ggnorecast.com/53.

Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson (aff link): get it on Amazon

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49 – Let’s Play Deep Carbon Observatory (Part 10) – The New Meta

We enter the observatory and behold its wonders.

Follow dungeon SOP, achieve expected results.

This didn’t go as planned or desired at all, but ya gotta kill yer darlins. Or have them exploded.

Thank you, bone magnet. 

Also, I (Daniel) am not sure at all that I ruled correctly re: the climactic moment here. I think I was interpreting metaphorical language in the text too literally. But it was a magical anatomy judgment made the heat of the moment. Perhaps Patrick can find it in his heart to forgive me.

 


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46 – Let’s Play Deep Carbon Observatory (Part 7) – Have You Seen My Brother?

We explore the dam, and something terrible happens.

And you get a sense of the death & dying rules of Into the Odd!

Actual play starts @ 9:42.

Links

Bloodshades

Ashes of Ariandel

For the record, Tim is playing it now and enjoying it, TOLD YA
—Daniel

Destiny


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45 – Let’s Play Deep Carbon Observatory (Part 6) – All 16 Animate at Once

We enter the dam; and, don’t worry, everything’s fine, and nothing’s bad!


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featured image: Complete set of canopic jars, circa 900 and circa 800 BC.[4] The Walters Art Museum. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canopic_jar#/media/File:Egyptian_-_A_Complete_Set_of_Canopic_Jars_-_Walters_41171,_41172,_41173,_41174_-_Group.jpg

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