First tie and some cool news

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blackstone
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First tie and some cool news

Post by blackstone » Tue Oct 16, 2012 1:57 am

Hi guys! First time on the forums, but a long time listener. Some of you MIGHT know me as DMNick at the Roll for Inititative podcast. Anywho, It's great to be here, tentacles and all. :cthulhu2:

I would like everyone to know that Coast to Coast AM is hosting Dr. Bob Curran this Friday at 1 AM EST and have a 2 hr conversation about HP Lovecraft. I think it'll be a great show! :fhtagn:

I hope all of my fellow students listen or download later.

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Re: First tie and some cool news

Post by Keeper Jon » Tue Oct 16, 2012 2:16 am

Cool. Thanks for the heads-up, and thanks for listening to the show. Welcome to the forum!! :mrgreen:

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Re: First tie and some cool news

Post by trevlix » Tue Oct 16, 2012 2:39 am

Nice! Does anyone know if the shows can be downloaded? I'm not sure staying up that late is gonna happen for me.
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Re: First tie and some cool news

Post by Dr. Gerard » Tue Oct 16, 2012 11:34 am

Welcome, DMNick -- yup, I've been listening and enjoying RFI for a few months now, great to have you on the forum! Looking forward to the Coast to Coast show. Yes, it should be archived.
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Re: First tie and some cool news

Post by vladsee » Fri Oct 19, 2012 2:20 am

Hi DM Nick! I regularly listen to the RFI podcast and signed up at the OSG forums too. I haven't been active there the past few months though as Call of Cthulhu has replaed D&D as the RPG of choice for me. Although, as I've said many times... there will always be a soft spot for D&D in my heart since that is where I started gaming back in the 80s. In fact, after I run my Call of Cthulhu game (Death in Luxor, Goodman Games), another DM in our game group will run an AD&D campaign of UK2 The Sentinel and UK3 The Gauntlet. I've been wanting to play those modules for close to 30 years already!

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