Crown of the Oathbreaker is 916-pages in total, giving it a claim at one of the largest 5e publications to go on sale.
Be it for tabletop roleplay games, academic studies, sounds to read to or sounds to fall asleep to, my hope is that these soundscapes will help immerse you, as I myself have been immersed.
The soundboard is intended for GMs, DMs, storytellers and other creators to add ambience to their games.
Oliver McNeil has added just one thing to the Storymaster’s Tales series and added a whole new dimension, or at least a whole new perception; sight.
Michael Ghelfi has composed well over a hundred tracks perfect for background music and sound effects for tabletop roleplaying games.
Darkraven Games‘s Cthulhu Fantasy and Horror music soundscape bundle asked for $12,000 in Kickstarter backing. They’ve crossed that line today and have over a week for any stretch goals. There’s loads of music samples on their Kickstarter page so it’s worth checking out if you’re tempted. [Back this Campaign] Pledge levels with rewards start as […]
Do you remember old dial up modems? Once sweet music to my ear and the sound of pain to my phone bill. Good. Keep ahold of that memory and in your mind slow down the dial up tone by a factor of 7, now 70, now 700. Can’t do it? Me neither. This video solves […]