Cannon Fodder

A monthly behind the scenes look at The Glass Cannon Network and all the happenings in #GCPNation!

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Monthly Cannon Fodder is back and Troy and Joe have lots to debate this week! The Pathfinder Playtest – should people happily move on to Second Edition or just stick with what they know? Starfinder starship combat – too clunky or just right? Drawback traits from Ultimate Campaign – for or against? Creating secrets for character backstories – should you reveal them slowly over time or tell everyone everything up front? Lastly, should GMs tailor the campaign to the characters or should players create characters built around the campaign they are about to play. All that, plus they talk about what they’re playing besides Pathfinder and Starfinder these days AND an interview with one of the Lead Developers of the new Pathfinder Adventure Path: War for the Crown – Crystal Frasier from Paizo!

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The Pathfinder Playtest Part 4

Jason Bulmahn, the Director of Game Design at Paizo, and Erik Mona, the Publisher and Chief Creative Officer of Paizo, recently visited the Glass Cannon Network crew at their studio in New York City to sit down and create the first ever recording of The Pathfinder Playtest – the beta version of the long awaited Second Edition of Pathfinder. Please enjoy Part Four of Crypt of the Everflame converted on the fly to Pathfinder Playtest rules!

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The Pathfinder Playtest Part 3

Jason Bulmahn, the Director of Game Design at Paizo, and Erik Mona, the Publisher and Chief Creative Officer of Paizo, recently visited the Glass Cannon Network crew at their studio in New York City to sit down and create the first ever recording of The Pathfinder Playtest – the beta version of the long awaited Second Edition of Pathfinder. Please enjoy Part Three of Crypt of the Everflame converted on the fly to Pathfinder Playtest rules!

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The Pathfinder Playtest Part 2

Jason Bulmahn, the Director of Game Design at Paizo, and Erik Mona, the Publisher and Chief Creative Officer of Paizo, recently visited the Glass Cannon Network crew at their studio in New York City to sit down and create the first ever recording of The Pathfinder Playtest – the beta version of the long awaited Second Edition of Pathfinder. Please enjoy Part Two of Crypt of the Everflame converted on the fly to Pathfinder Playtest rules!

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The Pathfinder Playtest Part 1

Jason Bulmahn, the Director of Game Design at Paizo, and Erik Mona, the Publisher and Chief Creative Officer of Paizo, recently visited the Glass Cannon Network crew at their studio in New York City to sit down and create the first ever recording of The Pathfinder Playtest – the beta version of the long awaited Second Edition of Pathfinder. Please enjoy a little taste of the future!

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Cannon Fodder is back with an all new monthly format! It may not be your grandfather’s Cannon Fodder, but the whole gang is in the house to catch everyone up on what they’ve been doing and talk about everything that’s going on in #GCPNation! They discuss starting recording on the Patreon exclusive Ruins of Azlant podcast debuting tomorrow as well as the upcoming Dead Suns podcast arriving in April. To top it off, they are joined in The Attic by Erik Mona and Jason Bulmahn of Paizo, Inc. to talk about game design at Paizo, Jason’s board game recommendations, running homebrews vs. adventure paths, turn of the century science fiction, and the new Starfinder hardcover Pact Worlds! All that and an extra long Listener Mail with the Paizo boys should be more than enough to tide you jackals over until next month! We’re having fun.

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Troy, Joe, Skid and Grant gather for the final installment of weekly #fodjuice. The roundtable covers a ton of topics as the guys tackle common small-party weaknesses, rethinking the Cleric class, fleeing a combat encounter, and agonizing over spell selection. In Listener Mail, they all throw out some of their favorite pieces of Golarion lore.

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