A good friend of mine had introduced me to the concept of using playlists with selected tracks to enhance the atmosphere of an RPG. I can only recomment it, and would like to share with you a good (and affordable) non-RPG-industry resource for it: the Darkest Dungeon Soundtrack (from the computer game of the same name).
Hi everyone! Just wanted to let you know that Plate Mail Games is offering a small collection of their titles as free bundle over there at drivethrurpg.com. Of course I could not resist and grabbed the package. As my followers already know, I like to use rpg tracks to enhance my sessions, and I mentioned PMG already. So, what does this bundle has to offer…?
After I introduced you to some RPG sound tracks of Plate Mail Games that I was able to put to good use in the past, I now want to bring the works of a different publisher to your attention: the Wizard Hunter soundtrack of Talislanta.
Today my friends and I will meet again to continue the adventure of the three men that went to Dunnsmouth, and I just made my self familiar with my soundtrack playlist again. I prefer to have a list that offers different options but is less than twenty tracks large (after all, one needs to navigate it in the midst of the game). For those who are interested, I will share the ten core pieces of my Dark-Fantasy-Soundtrack with you. I tend to use titles from Bailey Records, Black Goat Games, Plate Mail Games and movie/television sound tracks I own, but this time it is only Plate Mail Games (and no, I am not affiliated and I don´t get money for this).