Red Moon Rising 6 – Kill the Sun

Apologies for no episode last week – in my rush to get Legacy 2e out the door I didn’t have time for podcast editing! It goes on sale on Wednesday 21st of March – follow this link to get it after that.

In this episode, perversions of the natural order are attacked, understood, and befriended, a star is reborn from an unlikely source, and the source of the crystal spheres’ corruption is finally found and ended.

Hosted by James Iles (@jamesciles), with Isidor played by Maria Rivera (@thoobn), Hector played by Jesse Larimer, Cygan played by Ellen Saxon, and Alexandria played by Aaron DeRosa (@OrderedPlace). Originally recorded as part of The Gauntlet Hangouts.

Cover art by Tithi Luadthong (portfolio)

Intro/outro music is “Space (Full)” by Andy G. Cohen

Background audio provided by Tabletop Gaming Audio and Michał Riske.

Red Moon Rising 5 – Crystal Spheres

In this week’s episode, we’re joined by a new player – Ellen, trying out a Mystic from the Hidden Hand.

The explorers are in a strange and otherworldly place, but they haven’t escaped the castle’s taint. If even the heavens are contaminated by the Regent’s will, what hope do they have?

Hosted by James Iles (@jamesciles), with Isidor played by Maria Rivera (@thoobn), Hector played by Jesse Larimer, Cygan played by Ellen Saxon, and Alexandria played by Aaron DeRosa (@OrderedPlace).

Cover art by Tithi Luadthong (portfolio)

Intro/outro music is “Space (Full)” by Andy G. Cohen

Background audio provided by Tabletop Gaming Audio

Red Moon Rising 4: Purification

The party of explorers have made their way to the heart of the Baptismal Hall. Now they face down the Arch-Purifier. Can they survive?

Red Moon Rising 3: Baptism

The Red Moon has risen once more, and the castle has returned to the world. The Rome of 1523 is corrupted by its tendrils, and heroes have gathered to fight it back. Fuelled by a desire to find power, restore lost artefacts, or rescue their lover, they kick down its doors and descend into its depths. In the damp, moss-covered marble corridors of the great cathedral, they will face baleful priests, mutilated martyrs and strange purification rituals. And at the centre of the cathedral, the acolyte in charge waits to baptise them into the castle’s dark religion.

Hosted by James Iles (@jamesciles), with Isidor played by Maria Rivera (@thoobn), Hector played by Jesse Larimer, and Alexandria played by Aaron DeRosa (@OrderedPlace). 

Cover art by Tithi Luadthong (portfolio)

Intro/outro music is “Space (Full)” by Andy G. Cohen

Background audio provided by Tabletop Gaming Audio

Red Moon Rising 2: The Founding

With the castle banished for now, we explore the bloodlines each founder created to prepare for its return. When it invades again – in the heart of 1523 Rome – it will be met by a faithful and superstitious lineage of shepherds, devotees of a holy library, mystics hungrily searching for power and half-dead beserkers trying to fight the rage within.

Red Moon Rising 1: Emergence

We start a playtest campaign of Rhapsody of Blood – gothic action in an evil castle from beyond the world. A good-hearted shepherd, a mystical librarian, a flame-possessed sorcerer and a victim of the castle struggling against corruption face down the castle’s regent in an epic battle to push back evil.