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Manifest Zone - The Eberron podcast that explores the tabletop fantasy RPG setting

By Keith Baker, Wayne Chang, Kristian Serrano, and Scott W.

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Manifest Zone is a podcast exploring the many themes and features of Eberron as a tabletop role-playing game setting. Each month, hosts Keith Baker, Wayne Chang, Kristian Serrano, and Scott W. discuss how to use the setting's lore in your campaign either as a GM or player. Between episodes, the hosts also answer questions from listeners through a series of short audio segments called the Speaking Stone.

Customer Reviews

Eberron LIVES

Eberron is alive and well in the new edition thanks to the love and care Mr. Baker shows for his spark.

Love Eberron and love this podcast

Eberron is the setting I love the most in Dungeons and Dragons and getting to listen to this amazing group of people do this podcast is so wonderful. I am truly looking foward to every new episode and cannot wait to hear what you all have in store for us.

David w/Tales from the Fandom podcast

Really excited to see how this shapes up

I love Eberron, and I was excited to hear about this podcast. Overall, it's a very good start. Everyone involved has slightly different perspectives, and obviously has passion for the setting. There are a few areas for improvement, however: particularly editing and direction. There were several places where the dialogue got sidetracked, or audio quality was bad, that could have been cut out cleanly without hurting the show. And a few times, the show veered into "let me tell you about what happened in my last campaign" territory, which isn't necessarily a problem in moderation, but didn't really add anything to the conversation.

Manifest Zone - The Eberron podcast that explores the tabletop fantasy RPG setting
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  • Category: Other Games
  • Language: English

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