Other Systems for Eberron – Kristian

From Keftiu:

What systems other than D&D have you ran or suggest running Eberron in? I’ve personally done it in Fate Core and have thought about building some sort of GUMSHOE hack, but would love to hear your ideas.

Kristian offers his obvious favorite and shares a few others.


Introducing Our Q&A Segment, The Speaking Stone

As a means to address your questions without taking away from the time we have during episodes, but also giving you more Eberron stuff to listen to between episodes, we’re creating a separate segment called The Speaking Stone which will be included in the podcast feed.

You can submit your questions related to our discussions via our Speaking Stone form, which will add it to our queue. We’ll try to answer as many as we feasibly can, and it’s entirely possible for more than one of us responding with a clip.

Please note that we are specifically answering question related to topics we’ve covered in an episode. Questions related to specific rule mechanics or how to use a particular class in the setting would not qualify, nor would questions related to topics we haven’t covered yet.

01 – Introductions

The cast introduces themselves and discusses what defines Eberron as a setting, what it has to offer GMs, and what expectations players should have.


  • Introductions
  • Origin of Manifest Zone
  • Scope of the Show
  • What Makes Eberron a Unique Setting, and Why Should GMs Consider It?
  • Eberron As a Sandbox Setting
  • Inspiration vs. Canon and Metaplot
  • What is Eberron Not
  • Magic as Technology
  • What Makes an Eberron Campaign
  • Setting Player Expectations
  • Next Episode: The Last War

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