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Faeforge Academy Episode 12 – A History and A Song

Having survived an attack by miremals and a strange undead plant creature, the students find themselves sitting in their common room with Master Artisan Reyala Val’diran, the Head Mistress of the Faeforge Academy.  The students learn about the history of Il’val’halen, the singing tree, as well as the castle around them. Why does danger follow them, will the Master Artisan provide answers, or only more questions, and can they even trust any of the staff?

The Faeforge Academy is a 5th edition, Dungeons & Dragons actual play podcast featuring the Witch+Craft supplement for crafting by Astrolago press. To stay up to date with everything happening at the Academy be sure to visit our website at www.faeforgeacademy.com and follow us on twitter @FaeforgeAcademy,

The Faeforge Academy is proud to be a part of The Fandomentals Network.

Dungeon Master – Stephen Garcia – @the_baddm

Beskey Nevering – Michael Sinclair II – @michaelcrits

Ariadne Zuvan – Adelaide Gardner – @ohadelaide

Khoz Forgeheart – Ian Gould – @gameofscience

Ashryn Emberwhisper – Ky – @stonefly_ky

Sepia Goldenmorrow – Emily Smith – @emilyjeasmith

Get your copy of the Fey Folio by Mage Hand Press here!

Catch up on all the previous episodes here

If you enjoy the show and want to help us make more and better content please consider joining our Patreon: www.patreon.com/faeforgeacademy

Theme music by Dave Cole of the Four Orbs Podcast. For additional music search dcolemusic on YouTube. Additional Background Music found at http://zapsplat.com and http://tabletopaudio.com

Character art by @gwendybee.

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