Tales from the Omniverse
Patreon-exclusive dimension jumping adventures
Across the vastness of reality, a limitless number of existences play over infinite possibilities. These are the fragments captured in our rudimentary observation.
Welcome to the Omniverse.
One of N.O.E.L.’s primary jobs was to monitor other dimensions… and maybe it is again. Imagine a huge bank of monitors, observing all these dimensions. Tales from the Omniverse is the camera zooming in on one to see a story, before zooming back out and panning to another.
One might be a tale of familiar faces in other worlds, while another may be places and people we’ve never heard of. Yet another may be something that skirts the edge of familiarity through minor connections.
At each $100 patron threshold we reach, we’ll release one additional installment of Tales from the Omniverse, with nine Tales in all. Each chapter will feature a different game, supplement, or hack – along with special guests joining us either to roll some dice or be the power behind the game master screen.
Tales from the Omniverse is a Patreon-exclusive show available to all subscribers at the $5 level and above.Every installment of Tales will be broken up into 60-minute episodes. How many episodes? It may be different for every chapter – it all depends how long it takes for the tale to be told!
The Tales so far…
Dragon Stew (February 2020)
Join guest GM Callie and some adventuring chefs as they try to take down a bookwyrm and cook it into a delicious dish in Dragon Stew, a cooking supplemental for 5e.
Pugmire (March 2020)
Ever wondered what our IPT gang would be like if they were dogs? Now you can find out in this installment of Tales featuring the game Pugmire, led by its designer, Eddy Webb.
Fistful of Darkness (April 2020)
The gang is joined by Tom Laird and Russ D. More of Dumbgeons & Dragons for an alternate universe episode of Tales using the game A Fistful of Darkness, a wild west hack of Blades in the Dark.
Earthdawn (May 2020)
We’re joined by Josh Harrison, one of the Line Developers for Earthdawn, who leads the group through a session of this game that was such a formative part of the cast’s RPG experience. Josh describes Earthdawn for us as “hopeful post-apocalyptic high fantasy”.
Eagle Knights (June 2020)
Jake is our GM for this Tale as we’re joined by our very own Andrew Mours – or as you know him, syndactl, the moderator of our subreddit. Get ready for a bit of crunch, we’re playing Pathfinder!