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Man, Monday was a blur, even more than the "it's just another day" (thank you, Oingo Boingo) feeling already of time these days. Ah well, we're into the work week proper and let's get through it as fast as possible. Just a couple for you today, but a few gaming podcasts should help some of the time go by. This week on the dial we have:

The Secret Cabal Episode 225: Dwellings of Eldervale, Puerto Rico and a Short Topic Extravaganza

Dwellings of Eldervale is an epic worker placement game set in a once lost magical world. Giant elemental monsters roam while dragons, wizards and warriors battle for dominance over 8 elemental realms. Players control unique factions seeking to adventure, battle, grow in power and ultimately dwell Eldervale, shaping it to their vision. Dwellings of Eldervale blends worker placement, area control, engine building and unique worker units. Players take turns placing a worker in Eldervale or regrouping and activating their tableau of adventure cards. Action spaces include realms key to power: a summoning portal, an ancient mill, the lost fortress, deep dungeons, and a crumbling mage tower and the elemental lands of Earth, Air, Fire, Water, Light, Dark, Order and Chaos! Magic cards grant spells, quests and prophecies to players. In the end, the players with the most elemental dominance among the multiple paths to victory will reign over Eldervale.

The D6 Generation Pip Episode 60: Song of Ice & Fire Campaign and Character Academy

Raef, Craig, & Russ all in the same episode again?

You bet...although spread out.

Up first Craig & Russ discuss Craig's new home brew Song of Ice & Fire campaign we'll be starting featuring the miniature game from CMON.

Then later Raef "Hollywood" Granger hosts a panel with the players from our D&D live campaign discussing tips and techniques to bring your characters to life.

Character Acadamy starts at the 42 min mark.

Bonus content note: There are an additional ~50 minutes of Character academy available over in the lost chapters on Patreon. Unfortunately the language got a little too colorful for the main show.