Hello Friends and enemies, or should I say Anemonies for this episode? I have a special announcement to make on this feed & I’m really excited you joined us. What you’re listening to right now is an Actual Play of a new game in development called Descent Into Midnight. Descent Into Midnight is an aquatic RPG exploring the depths of the sentient mind. In Descent Into Midnight, a gifted team of psionic defenders fight mental, physical, and spiritual corruption threatening their ecosystem, their home, and their friendships. With shared world building, evocative playbooks & moves, and guided meditation & collaborative storytelling, Descent Into Midnight is aquatic gaming that is intense, emotional, and shows the wonder of the ocean. Take a listen to this third episode of our playthrough which features the finale of our character’s journey and a playtest debrief. You can learn more about this game at Descent Into Midnight dot com. While you go check out our site, I’ll just straight into the show.

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