Ehdrigohr is a Fate Core based tabletop role-playing game where you get to play a character struggling to survive in this recovering world. It is a fantasy game of high heroics, myth and culture, powerful magic, and survival horror.
The tides of darkness are overwhelming, but this is not meant to be a game of nihilism. It is about hope. Your characters are the mythic heroes who do impossible things that push back the tide.
This episode is the Friends at the Table crossover you were all waiting for!
Ironicus and Ikks of Six Feats Under are joined by Keith Carberry, Ali West, and Austin Walker of Friends at the Table to discuss a pressing issue in gaming culture and, in fact, culture.
Discussion ranges from why such issues are vital to the few games that exemplify these virtues.
We have a long way to go, so here comes Feats' first-ever homework assignment: next time you join your friends at your table, keep these issues in mind and let them shape your experience.
For links to the articles mentioned and more, check out the Ehdrigohr Podchat Study Guide
An overconfident warrior, Jackdaw (Ikks). A promising herbalist, Ahnah (Ali). A skilled tinkerer, Ala'ka Dun (Austin). A problem solver, Oneraven Graspingclouds (Keith).
What do they have in common? Very little, of course, which is why the one-of-a-kind traveling Wu town of Wander is so perfect a place to make friends, offend dignitaries, defend the downtrodden, and of course, advance water-based amusement technology.
Ehdrigohr is a land of tumultuous peace and repulsive conflicts, but perhaps moreso today than ever before.
Tragedy begets tragedy, and the wave of invading Shivers is revealed to be a feint for a much darker and more powerful creature to snatch the youngest child from Wander.
The four pursue the monster to its lair deep, deep in the most cursed corner of the swamp, and find that it is a foe they cannot possibly defeat.
Louie-Bloo Raspberry. Poncho Punch. Rip Van lemon. Sir Isaac Lime, Strawberry Short Kook. Alexander the Grape. Little Orphan Orange. And introducing Jax Pavan as Jax Drives Pomegranate Van and Technical Difficulties as Bad.