Welcome to Total Reroll Equinox, our new actual play Dungeons and Dragons podcast! We’re starting in a brand new world created by our DM Ian, with new characters (but returning players from our previous game!), so join us in the world of Saugin as we explore (or try to explore) the land of TarTiir!
In this first episode, after some background on the world and our characters, we find ourselves imprisoned as slaves in a camp known as Ogre’s Hand. How will we escape? Will we escape? Maybe!
Map of Ogre’s Hand. We start off in the cave to the West at the top of the steps.
You can find a little bit of background on the world of Saugin and TarTiir here!
Pitys… interesting character drawing
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Our intro and outro music is ‘Welcome to TarTiir’ by Ed Curry. Featured image by Kekai Kotaki.
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We have started a new Dungeons and Dragons campaign, the first episode of which was released today! Here is a bit of background for the world that the adventure will take place in.
In the world of Saugin, after endless eons the Great Storm of the East has parted. 100 years ago the path opened, and the new continent of TarTiir was unveiled. To the north, endless jungle and mysterious temples and ruins; to the south, harsh desert and mountains rich with minerals and treasures; and before that a sea full of beasts and jagged peaks and uncharted isles.
These adventurers are new to TarTiir, freshly exiled from their homelands. The kingdoms and baronies of Saugin come seeking riches and power. People of all races and creeds and allegiance come seeking their fortune. Cantripguns in hand and hats tilted low, settlers face the desert and see danger and opportunity and freedom.
Forces beyond anyone’s ken are rumbling deep in the east, far across the desert beyond what any mortal has seen. Will they fight for the future and freedom of TarTiir, or exploit its riches to their own ends?
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