Ashes of the Empire (Epilogue)

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Weeks after completing recording on the Ashes of the Empire Campaign a series of text messages were exchanged between Bre and Justin regarding a possible alternate ending.

It was real good.

So they sat down to talk about it. What resulted was a one hour discussion on Thrawn.

If you want to learn way too much about the Grand Admiral and tips to write him into your future campaigns, well this is the THE episode for you.

No games. Just talking.

This might be our most podcasty episode ever.

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Ashes of the Empire (Debrief)

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History would call this time the Iron Blockade.

Well that went well! ... right?

Immediately after running her very first game as GM, Bre Poisonne ran her players through their debrief episode!

How did it feel to play the bad guys for four hours?
How did they enjoy the game mechanics?

After every campaign concludes we record a debrief episode for our Patreon supporters. We liked this game so much, and since today is the 25th of December, we thought we would release the debrief episode of Ashes of the Empire for free for you as a preview of what to expect if you sign up as a Patreon sponsor. 

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Terrible Warriors: Bre Poisonne, Julian Spillane, Ajay Fry, and Conal MacBeth

Album Art: Justin Ecock

Ashes of the Empire (Part 4)

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History would call this time the Iron Blockade.

The Emperor has been assassinated -- And proof has been provided by Grand Admiral Thrawn. The regional governors fight for the scraps that remain.

In the Greater Javin Area, in the Anoat Sector, hangs a planet called Nethoin. Official communications for everyone but the Empire are blocked. The people are starting to get anxious, they've begun hoarding the essentials as store shelves quickly become barren. Gang activity and smugglers are becoming brazen with alarming swiftness, as businesses and private citizens alike begin to turn to grey areas of the law in order to get food, clean water, and life-saving medications that have all but disappeared.

Things are escalating quickly, and now Governor Adelhard is dead. Imperial Forces now look to Grand Admiral Thrawn who assumes command.

Which is where the Terrible Warriors come in...

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Terrible Warriors: Bre Poisonne, Julian Spillane, Ajay Fry, and Conal MacBeth

Album Art: Justin Ecock

Ashes of the Empire (Part 3)

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History would call this time the Iron Blockade.

The Emperor has been assassinated -- or has he? People in back alley watering holes are beginning to whisper that the Death Star really has been destroyed -- no, really, they've seen it! There's only one thing for certain; regardless of who's really dead out there in space, the civil war rages on.

In the Greater Javin Area, in the Anoat Sector, hangs a planet called Nethoin. Official communications for everyone but the Empire are blocked. The people are starting to get anxious, they've begun hoarding the essentials as store shelves quickly become barren. Gang activity and smugglers are becoming brazen with alarming swiftness, as businesses and private citizens alike begin to turn to grey areas of the law in order to get food, clean water, and life-saving medications that have all but disappeared.

Things are escalating quickly, and the Imperials, particularly Governor Adelhard, are getting visibly nervous. Extra Imperial forces are brought in to reinforce whatever dwindling supplies are left.

Which is where the Terrible Warriors come in...

Consider support us today through Patreon: Patreon.com/terriblewarriors

Terrible Warriors: Bre Poisonne, Julian Spillane, Ajay Fry, and Conal MacBeth

Album Art: Justin Ecock

Ashes of the Empire (Part 2)

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History would call this time the Iron Blockade.

The Emperor has been assassinated -- or has he? People in back alley watering holes are beginning to whisper that the Death Star really has been destroyed -- no, really, they've seen it! There's only one thing for certain; regardless of who's really dead out there in space, the civil war rages on.

In the Greater Javin Area, in the Anoat Sector, hangs a planet called Nethoin. Official communications for everyone but the Empire are blocked. The people are starting to get anxious, they've begun hoarding the essentials as store shelves quickly become barren. Gang activity and smugglers are becoming brazen with alarming swiftness, as businesses and private citizens alike begin to turn to grey areas of the law in order to get food, clean water, and life-saving medications that have all but disappeared.

Things are escalating quickly, and the Imperials, particularly Governor Adelhard, are getting visibly nervous. Extra Imperial forces are brought in to reinforce whatever dwindling supplies are left.

Which is where the Terrible Warriors come in...

Consider support us today through Patreon: Patreon.com/terriblewarriors

Terrible Warriors: Bre Poisonne, Julian Spillane, Ajay Fry, and Conal MacBeth

Album Art: Justin Ecock