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? Probably not! (more…)
Hamish is a game designer from New Zealand. He sits down with Jim to talk about his game: The Sprawl. They also cover Hamish’s love of action movies, the Tunnel of Love, what it takes to put out a game, what it takes to get into gaming, and many other tabletop topics.
Our party has battled their way just outside the door of the treasure room where they lost their dear friend Archibald only a few days ago. Facing the death of a friend would be difficult for anyone, but that’s just the beginning for our party. Kondor has fallen for Sprige, who slept with Inkwell, who […]
On a very special, very spooky episode of CAMPAIGN, the Mynock crew plays Dread to resolve their encroaching rabbit problem. (more…)
James D’Amato, the host and co-creator of the OneShot Podcast and the Campaign Podcast, talks through a range of in-depth tabletop subjects with Jim.
Faced with potentially being responsible for demons entering the material plane, our party has elected to return to the dungeon temple that took the life of their companion Archibald. Equipped with horse, bicycle, and God Hog our heroes ride out to face their destiny.
James and Kat discuss Splatoon, bicycles, magical fermentation, preserves, and Kobolds. That’s right. Someone was foolish enough to let James talk about Kobolds.
Post-Mandalore Bottle Part 2: In which honestly very little happens.
Darcy Ross – an evolutionary biologist, snail aficionado, gamer and amateur mixologist – talks through all things tabletop with Jim. They cover the worlds of Numenera and Legend of the Five Rings as well as tactics for being a successful GM through development of story, environment and character.
A group of four rag tag heroes take a job acting on behalf of what they believe to be the church of the Golden Wyrm. Stuck alone in the dark depths they awaken something truly terrible. As a result they are confronted with an opponent more terrible than they have ever faced before: grief. Can […]