MUP Ep 220 – Goodbye and Farewell Jon

This episode Murph and Dave bid farewell to Keeper Jon, who is leaving the podcast after nine years.


We want to thank Noble Knight Games for returning to sponsor our show. Noble Knight Games has just completed a major revamp of their website! The new site was designed after collecting lots of customer feedback, and the result is a site that’s cleaner, prettier, easier to navigate with improved search functionality. Be sure to check out the Publisher’s Spotlight section, too. Check it out at

In addition to games and game books, Noble Knight Games also has a wide range of dice, paints, and game supplies. They’ve got Army Painter primer, Citadel paints, dice, token trays, and tons of other supplies to pimp-out your games. 

And just for listeners of our show, Noble Knight has a discount code you can use at checkout. Enter the Gift Card code of CHILLS for 10% off any order of $10 or more. This insane discount is valid from now until March 31, 2021! 

And you can also help out the show by buying some merch from our Teepublic store! We have a brand new Elder Mic design from friend of the show Diana McKenzie! It’s a really crazy morphing of an old on-air mic and an Elder Thing! We’ll be adding in more designs in the near future, so check back often.

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Main Topic

In preparing for Jon’s final episode, the hosts reached out and asked Discord listeners for questions in an Ask Us Anything. We covered the following questions with more to follow next episode…

If you could worship any Great Old One, which would it be?

With all of the flavors of Lovecraftian gaming out there, is there a type of game or corner of the HPL universe that would make for innovative/ must play gaming?

If you would receive a salary for a year and a reasonable budget for support (e.g. art, layout, tech support, audio equipment),  what gaming-related project would you work on for a year?

What are you curious about right now?

What is something that is true about gaming that almost no one agrees with you on?

There have been some cool releases in the past few years based on settings established in other media.  What are some other IPs that are ripe for a ttrpg adaptation?

What episode(s) of MUP are you the most proud of?

We wish Jon the greatest of luck and success in his next adventures. Goodbye and goodnight Jon!