This one goes long heroes, but that’s because Mark has just as much to say about his shared-conciousness RPG “Headspace” as I have to ask, and he’s too polite (Canadian) to tell me to wrap it up already. Jack in, this one goes places!
Campaign’s in-character panel from Gencon 2016
This weeks show features Chris Hussy. Chris is a member of the Fear the Boot Podcast, an RPG writer, and film maker. During this interview we discuss his time as a writer, what it was like running two failed kickstarters, and about his latest project, a star wars movie.
We had a great year at the ONE SHOT Network! Join us as we celebrate our success, reflect on our failure, and announce what’s coming next!
The Spirit Snatchers face their greatest challenge yet as they grapple with the Ahm-bud-mahn, a terrifying demon with a personal vendetta against our favorite whip wielding paranormal investigators. Will the cryptic advice they receive from Aramaic phrases, and creepy possessed children be enough to help them defeat this horrifying beast? Will their puns be good […]
Sand’s great! It’s coarse, and rough, and irritating, and it gets everywhere!
What role can Larp play in education across the lifespan? Can it help us develop responsible, reciprocal relationships with our land, waters, and communities? Gabriel de los Angeles joins us to discuss his work integrating role-playing into STEAM education.
This episode features Jim Crocker. He is a brick and mortar game store owner that has been in the retail side of the game business for over a decade. During this show we talk about what it is like to run a game store, the changes in the RPG industry, and his involvement in Indie […]
The Spirit Snatchers enter their client’s home making three things very apparent: 1. There is something spooky goin’ on. 2. James has no idea what it feels like to have a leg fall asleep. 3. Continuity is for chumps.
I did this to myself. I made jokes. I let guests talk about L5R. Now he’s here, in my podcast. Jim McClure and Paulomi Pratap from Third Act Publishing are here to talk about “Reflections”, a two-player storytelling RPG about dueling samurai, and the game’s journey from where it began as Tobie Abad’s “A Single […]