Hello, readers. I have news of the uncouth variety.
Sadly, though I attempted to assure everyone that this would not happen, Legends from Aeramis (as a podcast) shall be ending.
I’m not going to go into the nitty-gritty or much detail; I’ve done my best not to make this website a multi-page rant about my personal life. Suffice to say, there have been a lot of changes over the past months that have made putting together the podcast more difficult than I would like. I’ve gone into detail about certain facets of that in a previous post that you can check out at your leisure.
Aeramis was a labor of love for me, and one that I do wish I could continue. But for my own sake, it’ll have to be put away.
Those of you who were enjoying the show; I’m sorry. If you’d like to know what happened in the last session: the group woke up to fire and massive boulders being chucked into the city. They rushed to the northern wall and found an army of orcs and goblins, as well as a few hill giants, bearing flags with the red and black sigil of the Molten King and storming the wall to attempt to break it down. Our PCs quickly took charge of the guardsmen around them, (Remember the captain who they delivered the basilisk heads to? He got personally acquainted with a large, giant-thrown boulder very early on.) and repelled the attacking force. Leander flew out towards the orc chieftain who was leading them and managed, with a poorly rolled saving throw on the orc’s part and a well executed saving throw on his part to keep concentration, to banish the orc to the plane of his god and bind him there. They saved the city with almost no casualties. Oh, and Woadmane came back during the battle, having followed the army. Only this time he was being played by my friend Dan rather than an NPC.
What they do next, I’m not sure, but Legends from Aeramis as a game is not yet over. It shall continue, and I shall continue to DM for it. We simply won’t be sharing it with the wider world from this point on. Again, I know this is an unhappy decision, but it is a necessary one.
Geeks New England also won’t be going away. If you’ve been enjoying my homebrew for DnD, more is coming. And if you enjoy the various articles I’ve written in the past, I’m hoping to soon write more. GNE originally began as a place where I can discuss things that matter to me, like video games and movies, and I’m going to try and bring it back to that point. It’s simply what I’m able to do starting now.
To those of you who stuck with our PCs from level 3 to (what are they now? 7?), thank you for listening. The existing episodes of Aeramis will remain online for anyone to enjoy in the future.
Thanks again, everyone.