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d-Infinity Live! Series 4, Episode 2: Bringing Fantasy Cultures to Life
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"They're just like the ancient Egyptians except they're Gnomes!" How many times have you heard something like that before? Join "d-Infinity Live!" co-hosts William T. Thrasher, Brenda Cass, and Michael O. Varhola, along with special guest Lucas Puryear, as they discuss and answer questions from viewers on how to make fantasy cultures come alive in role-playing games. 

Highlights of this episode include worst and best of fantasy cultures in RPGs (find out which end of the spectrum classic D&D setting "Maztica" falls on); best depictions of fantasy cultures in literature; and what Skirmisher Publishing LLC and Dagon Industries Inc. have been up to and got in the works. 

"d-Infinity Live!" is a multi-platform, multi-publisher, weekly webcast that covers all aspects of tabletop and live-action RPGs, wargaming, conventions, and more. We welcome viewers to post questions on our weekly event pages on Facebook before the show, to listen live when our show streams each Thursday at 9 p.m. EST, and to view past shows at the d-Infinity Online website. And, if you are not able to join us live, you can now download an audio version of the show here — and note that you can also watch the video of it below! 

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January 10th, 2015
Game Masters will find this hour long podcast useful for building cultures in fantasy or historical games or blending the two together. Also has several great ideas that their own Game Masters have used to differentiate cultures in their games that can [...]
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