Or, The One Where We Go Full Dragon Age Fancast. Listen, it’s a transformation that’s been happening slowly for a while now, I feel like. Maybe it’s a new segment? Anyway, COMPANION’S TALE IS KICKSTARTING! Laura and I chat about her excellent new storytelling game at Dreamation 2017, among other tangents (about companions) (that you […]
Serriah and Benjamin Arrive in one of the furthest settlements in the Faith. A little town called heaven. They carry with them the warm tidings of relatives and the word of the King of Life. However something dark lives under the snow in this isolated village. If they are not careful it will swallow them […]
It’s been 498 days, 16 months, since I foolishly said this, “The Mynock pulls out of hyperspace and into the Phindar system as we begin A! New!! Arc!! Maybe we’ll be able to get through this one in less than half a year?”
Researcher, educator, writer, and President of LearnLarp LLC, Maury Brown joins Alex to talk safety, empowerment, and empathy in live-action play. If you’ve been curious about New World Magischola, come hear Maury describe the larp that’s not about being a wizard, but “becoming the kind of wizard you want to be.”
This episode features Shane Harsch of Legendsmith. During the interview we discuss how he got inot gaming, what he is doing with Legendsmith, and his projects Narosia and NOVA6.
The team returns to the TPS headquarters with an new prisoner in the mad doctor they nicked from the stronghold. However, the interrogation of the doctor raises more questions than answers.
James takes on the indie classic, Vincent Baker’s Dogs in the Vineyard. He is joined by author Aly Grauer and her husband Drew Mierzejewski who lend their unique perspective on the supernatural mormon western. This series starts off with Dog’s traditional character and world creation to set the stage for the game to come.
Carrie and Evie Walls are here to talk shop about running and playing all sorts of RPGs as (and for) younger players. We get into how to choose games, deal with problem players, and tell an engaging story. Also, their dad James is here.
After Gore and the Electric Necromancers blew him away Chad hopes to get backstage to blow them away. Meanwhile the others investigate the string of mysterious murders that no one in the main cast seems to be talking about.
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