Miskatonic University Podcast 020 – Bumps in the Night With A.S.G.

– Explicit Language Warning- Episode 20 has a special guest , Adam Scott Glancy, president of Pagan Publishing! We forgo much of our usual format to cover a wide range of topics with Scott, from the new Delta Green material they’re working on at Pagan, to the new Bumps in the Night book for Call of Cthulhu, to the development of 7th Edition. He was kind enough to join us despite being ill, and we had a wonderful time talking with him. The plugin that gives the download link seems to have stopped working, so here is a direct link to the file. Campus Crier News- MUP fundraiser died at 77%. So, if you pledged, we thank you very much for your support, but you won’t be paying out anything. If you would still like to support the show, use the donation link on the front page. We also have a new store up on Zazzle! If you want a shirt with the Mythos Babies, or to proclaim your love for Dr. Gerard’s History Lecture series, you can get them on the shirt of your preference. http://www.mu-podcast.com/zazzle Punktown Kickstarter from Miskatonic River Press– You got Cthulhu in my Cyberpunk! You got Cyberpunk in my Cthulhu! Help bring an all new setting to squamous life by supporting the Kickstarter by friend of the show Tom Lynch, president of MRP! http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1799183063/punktown-an-rpg-setting-for-call-of-cthulhu-and-br We got a voicemail from our friend Brian in MA, discussing the pulp and purist scale of game play we discussed in episode 19. It sounds like he has a great balance in his games. He mentions Keeper Jon’s Timeless Sands of India book from Goodman GamesAge of Cthulhu collection. We then talk a little about Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition, and Scott’s take on the proposed changes to the system. Scott mentions the character creation system for the Fallout Series, which was apparently based on GURPS; another percentile skill system like BRP. Scott brings up the story A Colder War, by Charles Stross. North Korea’s interesting details, the Unicorn Tomb (or was it?), the Ryugyong Hotel, and the Pyongyang Traffic Girls. Scott references the Harry Paget Flashman books, by George MacDonald Fraser We have a new lecture from Dr. Gerard at the Miskatonic University History Department — on the topic of ”The Dream Hunters of Corsica” Development of new Delta Green game involves being completely compatible with BRP/Call of Cthulhu. It will also feature separate Player and Keeper books. They might be using the Legend core rules by Mongoose Publishing. All of their books with the plain black cover are all Open Gaming License, and the main book is only $1.00 US! Murph has questions about the production for Sense of Slight of Hand Man, by Arc Dream Publishing. Q: For new Keepers, what do you suggest for a first scenario? Any other advice for first-timers? A: First DG scenarios: Last Things Last, Puppetshows and Shadowplays, PX Poker Night, (Free PDF!) Scott didn’t mention this one, but there is also A Victim of the Art (Free PDF!). We feature part of a new Mythos related song by Mikey Mason: Scoobythulu Mikey is a very gamer & geek-friendly comedian and songwriter, who regularly appears at the RPG convention Fear the Con, run by the guys at the Fear the Boot podcast. http://www.mikeymason.com/ You can listen to his music and purchase here: http://mikeymason.bandcamp.com/releases There’s mention of Robert E. Howard, L. Sprague de Camp, and the Conan stories. We talk about Scott’s experience of using Kickstarter to fund Bumps in the Night. Then we talk about Non-Mythos threats and how they approached it in writing Bumps in the Night Scott mentions the audio drama Three Skeleton Key, available free here at Archive.org. We would also love to hear your ideas for topics for us to talk about. Send us a note directly, or go to the Campus forum with your ideas! Here is the discussion thread on the Campus forum, and this is the discussion thread for this podcast posted on the Yog-Sothoth forums.]]>

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