Private Sanctuary 294 – Bestow Insight: SPONTANEOUS PREP EPISODE GO!

Welcome to the Private Sanctuary Podcast! In today’s episode, Alexander Augunas, the Everyman Gamer, and Anthony Li, the Man Behind the Screens, talk about prepping for games as a GM. Specifically, how they never do it (but manage to fake looking super prepared). Want to hear the strangest episode of the Private Sanctuary that the pair has ever concocted? Well, look no further! SPONTANEOUS PREP EPISODE GO!

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Alex Augunas

Alexander Augunas lives outside of Philadelphia, USA where he tries to make a living as an educator. When he's not shaping the future leaders of tomorrow, Alex is a freelance writer for esteemed Pathfinder Roleplaying Game publishers such as Paizo, Inc, Radiance House, Raging Swan Press, and more, and also acts as a co-host and blogger on the Know Direction Network, where he has earned the nickname, "The Everyman Gamer." Recently, Alex has forayed into the realm of self-publishing through his company, Everyman Gaming, LLC. If you like Alex's writing and are interested in supporting him while getting professional-quality material for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game while doing so, check out the Everyman Gaming, LLC catalog, which is listed under Rogue Genius Games at the following locations: http://drivethrurpg.com/browse/pub/6101/Rogue-Genius-Games/subcategory/19574_25289/Everyman-Gaming-Catalog

2 Comments

  1. Okay, now I’m super interested in the card-draw method of unlocking character options. It’s super cool. Ever play Ogre Battle for the original Super Nintendo? It’s a tactical RPG that begins with a wizard letting draw tarot cards, and these cards influence your abilities and stats.

    Is there any way that we could get some kind of document of these rules for reference? I’d love to have it on hand.

    • Alex Augunas Reply to Alex

      I’m planning on sharing it on Monday.

      The benefits for drawing cards, however, won’t be up on the site until November. I want to make sure that ALL my players go in blind regarding what each card does, and since one of my players is a prolific blogger on this site, its best to keep the cards a secret until AFTER he gets to use them. 😉

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