Weekly Lore Podcast Roundup

A weekly summary of TLN member’s Lore Podcasts from throughout the week of February 15th with musings on Cyberpunk 2077, Destiny, Dungeons and Dragons, Elder Scrolls, Halo, and Fallout lore!

It’s been a long week, guardians, and we hope all of you are safe and supported in this community and everywhere. Please enjoy our weekly summary of TLN member’s podcasts with musings on Cyberpunk 2077, Destiny, Dungeons and Dragons, Elder Scrolls, and Fallout lore!

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The Dungeons & Dragons Lorecast

Join Tom and Stuart as they chat about the Zhentarim and an…infinite lunchbox?

Guardians of Lore

Ellimist and Orchid finish reading the lore book, Call of the Cryptolith with special guest ADPColossus.

Cyberpunk Lorecast

Jump into the podcast where style is just as important as substance alongside with Tom and Capt_Logun as they discuss the concept of leaked source codes in games (with a focus on Cyberpunk 2077).

Elder Scrolls Lorecast

Get ready to explore the edges of your knowledge in all things Elder Scrolls with Tom. This week, we follow up the information around Razum-Dar with a look at the captain of the Camlorn Guard, Darien Gautier.

The Spinfoil Theory Podcast

Join TheBagelz and Taylor-B- as they discuss some more…interesting theories from within the Destiny universe. This week’s conversation discusses the theory of Caiatl’s use of Ghaul in the removal of her father, Calus.

Fallout Lorecast

Tom discusses the story of Frankie Beckett, a character introduced into Fallout 76 through the Wastelanders update.

Focused Fire Chat

The team, along with guest Ellimist, dive into the contents of the lore book, Your Friend, Micah Abram

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