Piper Cleaveland is a Scifi author, illustrator, cosplayer, and co-host of The World Forge Podcast.
Welcome back listeners to another episode of World Forge!  This week we are joined by our dear friend, supporter, and wonderful creator: Grace Keating!  Grace is here with us this week to talk about creating interesting island locations for your DnD stories and adventures!  We talk prison islands, island getaways, strange island reality shows, the 8 apex baking disciplines, and much more. If you're looking for some great chill music to get you in the mood to create, we recommend you check out Grace's partner Josh's instagram.  He's an amazing musician who has lots of awesome free music that help you maximize your creativity. His music is available at instagram.com/joshuanordine If you have any ideas about how to improve or expand upon our creations we want to hear them!  And if there's anything that YOU want us to help build please let us know!  We can be found on twitter @worldforgepod and via email at worldforgepod@gmail.com!  If you're feeling particularly generous, please consider leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts or your podcasting app of choice!  Leaving us a review or sharing our show with a friend are the best ways to support this podcast completely for FREE, and really helps to get our show in front of new listeners! We of course want to thank you all for tuning in, and we also want to thank James Duke for our amazing theme music, he can be found at jamesduke.info! Talk to you again next week listeners!
Welcome back listeners to another episode of World Forge!  This is a slightly shorter episode this week as we are totally wiped out from a trip up North, but we think you'll still have fun with it.  We took inspiration from our time in the woods to build some more characters for you to use as heroes, villains, or NPCs. Our rec room this week is something we think is really important, and it's to try and find ways to support the State and National Park Systems.  If you're looking for good social distance friendly activities, you could do a lot worse than taking a hike in one of the many parks that are probably a lot closer to you than you think.  We had a great time hiking around St. Croix State Park on our trip, and were able to pull some interesting ideas from our time there.  The National parks website is nps.gov and your state should have their own site with listings of all the state run parks in your area. As always, if you enjoyed this episode or want to share any feedback please consider reaching to us on on social media!  If you have any ideas about how to improve or expand upon our creations we want to hear them!  And if there's anything that YOU want us to help build please let us know!  We can be found on twitter @worldforgepod and via email at worldforgepod@gmail.com!  If you're feeling particularly generous, please consider leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts or your podcasting app of choice!  Leaving us a review or sharing our show with a friend are the best ways to support this podcast completely for FREE, and really helps to get our show in front of new listeners! We of course want to thank you all for tuning in, and we also want to thank James Duke for our amazing theme music, he can be found at jamesduke.info! Talk to you again next week listeners!
Hello listeners and welcome back to another episode of World Forge!  This week we're talking about how to make your towns and settlements interesting, and specifically how to fill them with fascinating NPCs and quests!  But that's not all!  Not only do we create an interesting settlement perfect for you DnD, Pathfinder, or even Starfinder game, we build a whole new world with it's own rules and limitations for you to use as you see fit.  We fill this world with all kinds of characters, both good and bad, and we would love to hear how you find ways to utilize them in your games! So as always, if you enjoyed this episode or want to share any feedback please consider reaching to us on on social media!  If you have any ideas about how to improve or expand upon our creations we want to hear them!  And if there's anything that YOU want us to help build please let us know!  We can be found on twitter @worldforgepod and via email at worldforgepod@gmail.com!  If you're feeling particularly generous, please consider leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts or your podcasting app of choice!  Leaving us a review or sharing our show with a friend are the best ways to support this podcast completely for FREE, and really helps to get our show in front of new listeners! We of course want to thank you all for tuning in, and we also want to thank James Duke for our amazing theme music, he can be found at jamesduke.info! Talk to you again next week listeners!
We're back this week with another exciting episode, after an even more exciting week of (forcibly) renovating our apartment.  Unfortunately this week we were attacked by our own pipes and were forced to vacate our studio/apartment for a whole week while repairs were done.  Luckily for you it on served to inspire and invigorate us to create ruins and wreckage to match the disaster that was our own home over the past few days. And even better we're joined by my brother Tommy!  Last time he joined us we talked about ancient artifacts, which are like ruins that aren't places, so he's quite well equipped to help us explore this most fascinating of topics. We also talk about a fun rec room recommendation this week: Atlas Obscura!  We may have recommended this one in the past, but we also don't care!  If you're looking for exciting places you can learn about or visit in the actual real world to inspire your DnD games Atlas Obscura is a great resource to help you find all the weird and wacky places you've likely never heard of! As always, if you enjoyed this episode or want to share any feedback please consider reaching to us on on social media!  If you have any ideas about how to improve or expand upon our creations we want to hear them!  And if there's anything that YOU want us to help build please let us know!  We can be found on twitter @worldforgepod and via email at worldforgepod@gmail.com!  If you're feeling particularly generous, please consider leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts or your podcasting app of choice!  Leaving us a review or sharing our show with a friend are the best ways to support this podcast completely for FREE, and really helps to get our show in front of new listeners! We of course want to thank you all for tuning in, and we also want to thank James Duke for our amazing theme music, he can be found at jamesduke.info! Talk to you again next week listeners!
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Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States of America
Episode Count
69
Podcast Count
2
Total Airtime
3 days, 20 hours
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