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Video's from the Dragon's Toolbox

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I realized that I failed to mention my few videos that I have recorded and posted on YouTube, that still go with the Dragon's Toolbox blog. Some things are better described visually and in the spoken word.

Stephen Dragonspawn's Videos

My first video describes a cool easy to use tool to help you generate the basis of a story, the Amazing Story Generator. Then I go over my favorite dice bag, the All Rolled Up dice bag. In the third video, I talk about difefrent D100 List of things when you need to know what is going on in the game. 004 is a talk about my visit to Columbus Ohio and the Origins Gaming convention and a new Savage Worlds magazine. My fifth video is a 2017 year in review.

Please go ahead and visit it and share if you like them, and don't forget to subscribe.

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You can always reach me for ideas, suggestions or comments at
bignastydragon@gmail.com

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The WILD DIE Podcast Community Project

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Hello fellow Savages and loyal Wild Die podcast listeners.

Guess what? Our community project is finally completed and ready to be released and shared with you all.

This all started on episode 8 of the Wild Die, when Jaime Pierson, Blaine Wagner and Eric Lamoureux were discussing how easy it would be to create a home brew setting with the Savage Worlds rule set, all the way back on July 17th 2016. That's almost 18 months ago, when Jaime was still the host and Eric had just begun co-hosting. And Blaine was back from Alasksa for only a short while before returning to the great white North.

It took a while because life has a tendency to get in the way, plus the fact that many of us are in different time zones and have different other projects going on at the same time. Scheduling the various tasks and getting them together was a little more arduous. But we managed to finish it and the final product looks really good, if I do say so myself.

''Bullets over Frisco Bay'' unfol…