With a blue-chip prospect in their sites, can the Geelo Bros. deal with the action in Cloud City’s more clandestine cloisters? Or will they fold under pressure?
Meghan and Elsa chat about gaming with a disability, and the many ways games can be made more accessible and inclusive for all players. We also discuss Elsa’s forthcoming RPG Dead Scare, our mutual love for Hamilton, and a totally unbiased analysis of Netflix’s Daredevil.
Chris, from the Misdirected Mark podcast, sits down and talks with Jim about the current state of the industry, the brand that is Dungeons & Dragons, what it’s like starting a production company, and shares some personal struggles he has dealt with.
Chicago is notorious for dirty politics. What most people don’t know is it is an even worse city for WIZARD POLITICS. Wesley the Wizard Alderman knows that all too well. There are far too many special interest groups, the vampires, the werewolves, and the dreaded teachers union.
We made a hard-boiled joke in the last title card, but darn it if Coneman and Tupp don’t eat some eggs this episode as a new dawn rises on Phindar Station.
Jim sits down with Michael, from the RPG Academy, and talks about how and why Talking TableTop will be switching to the One Shot Podcast network in the coming weeks.
For our inaugural episode, Alex chats with Fiasco creator Jason Morningstar. We discuss his early forays into game design, his philosophy of play, and exciting happenings in the world of larp. Have you gone to Ghost Court? You will.
We all the remember the hero who saved this land from certain destruction, but that is all they are, a memory. The hero only lives on through the descriptions we have from those who were closest to him.
The Geelo brothers are at it again! A bounty on Bespin? What malarky!
Caleb from the RPG Academy, a.k.a. Professor Crunch, talks with Jim about getting into gaming, his revelations about his changing interests in gaming and the RPG Academy