Mar 312011
 

I had a great time at Pax East, as I said in my post on the matter. What I have been remiss in doing, since then, is getting the audio content that I captured out to you, our readers and listeners. Well, I am rectifying that immediately.

The first bit of audio that I am putting up is my interview with Kieran Chase and Chris Perkins of Wizards of the Coast. I had a good, 15 minute-long conversation with them about what’s going on with D&D currently and what they see happening going in to the future. The best part of the conversation was just that: as we talked, it felt much more like a conversation than it did an interview, and that’s just the way I like things.

So, without further ado, I present to you, the audio. As the days go on, expect my other interviews and recordings to surface here on TC. There’s some good stuff, I guarantee it.  Some of that good stuff includes WotC talking a bit about their lack of PDFs and what they will be doing about it.

As always, this podcast is available right here, through DriveThruRPG and on iTunes.

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About Tracy

I love games, and I love to write about games. Hopefully when I write about games, you'll find something to like. I actively play Pathfinder and Savage Worlds, but am always willing to give something new a try. Follow me on Twitter, and check out my openly developed campaign setting for Pathfinder, Savage World, and Fate: Sand & Steam.

  3 Responses to “Old School Podcast – Interview with WotC”

  1. Great conversation! I’m glad they liked my idea of republishing the old modules! (Re: the Twitter conversation.)

  2. Same here. I thought it was a great idea, so I wanted to run it past them while I had the chance. It would be great if they actually decided to do it.

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