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Iron Edda Reforged: Puppet Strings, S1E2 – Welcome to Puppet Strings

Episode Details

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Episode Summary

A house has collapsed and the neighborhood of Puppet Strings mobilizes to help. New faces, new places.

Episode Notes

A house has collapsed and the neighborhood of Puppet Strings mobilizes to help. New faces, new places.

Puppet Strings is an actual/playtest of Iron Edda Reforged, Season One – Jotunheim. Written and designed by Tracy Barnett, performed by Alex FlaniganBee Zelda, and Jeff Stormer. Edited by Jupiter Alchys.

Music is Neon  by Scott Buckley and A doe running on the beach at dusk, by bisou de l’enfant sauvage.  Used under a Creative Commons License.

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Iron Edda Reforged: Puppet Strings – S1E5, Meetings and Skylines

Episode Summary

After a meeting in the Twitch, we see the rebellion from a different angle.

Episode Notes

After a meeting in the Twitch, we see the rebellion from a different angle.

Puppet Strings is an actual/playtest of Iron Edda Reforged, Season One – Jotunheim. Written and designed by Tracy Barnett, performed by Alex FlaniganBee Zelda, and Jeff Stormer. Edited by Jupiter Alchys.

Tracks used are Neon and Supernova, both by Scott Buckley. Used under a Creative Commons License.

Iron Edda Reforged: Puppet Strings, S1E1 – Session Zero

Episode Summary

Join Tracy as they work with Alex, Bee, and Jeff to set up the neighborhood of Puppet Strings!

Episode Notes

In this first episode, the group sits down to answer the neighborhood questions for Puppet Strings and to make characters.

Puppet Strings is an actual/playtest of Iron Edda Reforged, Season One – Jotunheim. Written and designed by Tracy Barnett, performed by Alex FlaniganBee Zelda, and Jeff Stormer. Edited by Jupiter Alchys.

Music is Neon and Machina, both by Scott Buckley. Used under a Creative Commons License.

If you like this show, help make sure it continues in its current form! Follow this link to Kickstarter to back the project and fund a zine, this podcast, and a video actual play!