29 episodes

Weekly content for your RPG campaigns, drawn from history and folklore! Every Tuesday, a new episode spotlights an awesome piece of real-world content and explains how it can inspire amazing adventures at your gaming table. From the ENnie-nominated talent behind the Molten Sulfur Blog!

Molten Sulfur Podcast Tristan Zimmerman

    • Games

Weekly content for your RPG campaigns, drawn from history and folklore! Every Tuesday, a new episode spotlights an awesome piece of real-world content and explains how it can inspire amazing adventures at your gaming table. From the ENnie-nominated talent behind the Molten Sulfur Blog!

    Teddy Roosevelt's Crime-Fighting Guinea Pigs

    Teddy Roosevelt's Crime-Fighting Guinea Pigs

    In honor of April Fool’s Day, let’s look at President Theodore Roosevelt’s most colorful pets, and turn them into a gang of silly NPCs!

    A full transcript of this episode is available at MoltenSulfur.com

    Become a patron of the podcast at Patreon.com/MoltenSulfur

    Check me out on Facebook and Twitter!

    • 5 min
    Baiae

    Baiae

    The vices, luxury, and unusual geography of this classic Roman resort town make it a great site for adventure!

    A full transcript of this episode is available at MoltenSulfur.com

    Become a patron of the podcast at Patreon.com/MoltenSulfur

    Check me out on Facebook and Twitter!

    • 4 min
    The Hoard of Sigurd Fafnir's-Bane

    The Hoard of Sigurd Fafnir's-Bane

    The Völsunga saga from late 13th-century Iceland is an amazing story of love, heartbreak, adventure, violence, and betrayal. It tells the story of a Germanic warrior named Sigurd, the treasure he wins, the politics he gets caught up in, and the bloody aftermath of it all. It’s incredibly gameable! Let’s look at the relevant parts of the saga and see how they lead to a moment that’s perfect for your PCs to show up, get involved, and probably change the course of this amazing story. Plus, it works in just about any setting, and can be easily inserted into an ongoing campaign.

    A full transcript of this episode is available at MoltenSulfur.com

    Become a patron of the podcast at Patreon.com/MoltenSulfur

    Check me out on Facebook and Twitter!

    • 11 min
    The Agate House

    The Agate House

    In the remote desert of Arizona, in Petrified Forest National Park, there sits an odd structure. It looks like a Native American pueblo. But instead of being made of adobe or stone, its walls are made from chunks of quartz the size of your head. This is the Agate House. It’s an archaeological marvel, and when placed in the fictional setting of your RPG campaign, it’s an adventure site that is its own plot hook!

    A full transcript of this episode is available at MoltenSulfur.com

    Become a patron of the podcast at Patreon.com/MoltenSulfur

    Check me out on Facebook and Twitter!

    • 5 min
    The Wokou Raiders

    The Wokou Raiders

    In the 16th century, Ming China was beset by coastal raiders from Japan. The Chinese army, defanged by two centuries of systematic degradation, was powerless to stop these ‘pirates’. It’s a perfect place for PCs to step in!

    A full transcript of this episode is available at MoltenSulfur.com

    Become a patron of the podcast at Patreon.com/MoltenSulfur

    Check me out on Facebook and Twitter!

    • 6 min
    Caddo Lake

    Caddo Lake

    Caddo Lake, Texas, is a meandering swamp full of bayous and alligators. It has a nefarious history full of bandits, pirates, and warring vigilantes.

    A full transcript of this episode is available at MoltenSulfur.com

    Become a patron of the podcast at Patreon.com/MoltenSulfur

    Check me out on Facebook and Twitter!

    • 4 min

Top Podcasts In Games