For episode 52, Keeper Dan was out of town when this episode was recorded, so you have Keepers Jon, Murf and Chad go through the debate on whether or not a GM should fudge their rolls, and then now to take bad Idea rolls from dull to dynamic.
Campus CrierThis portion of the Crier was recorded on April 6, 2014, while the rest of the episode was recorded on March 27. That is why Keeper Dan is here. The Crier info later on is part of the original recording. We’re still working out the way we’re doing this same-day Crier coverage.
Updated Issue 1 of Cephalophobia is out. Updated version is available here on the web site, or pulled fresh from the podcast feed.
LOVECRAFT ILLUSTRATED soon to crawl forth from PS Publishing! From W.H. Pugmire’s blog, A View from Sesqua Valley
Tiki versus Cthulhu Issue#1 Kickstarter Elemental rage versus eldritch horror as two island tribes battle to the death!
What’s New at Goodman Games? – A panel at Gary Con VI The Spellburn Podcast #19 has the seminar wheree Goodman Games announced Jon’s game Starfall at the Plateau of Leng as well as their Kickstarter for a new authorized print of the RPG classic Metamorphosis Alpha! The panel is also on YouTube.
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caddy1071 donated to the cause. Steven also pitched in, and we’re grateful to both of you, and everyone who has been so generous.
Dan- Big Al from the Heel Turn Podcast called us up.
Feedback 2Brady lets us know about a pretty cool table mapping tool.
Hi guys, I know you are all olde-skoole gamers and I ran across this kickstarter project: Blue Dungeon Tiles! It uses the faded blue from the inner cover of the world’s oldest RPG of days gone by. Thanks for all your great work. -BradyEthan writes in to give us an encyclopedia of digital Lovecraft gaming material.
Hi guys, I’m getting caught up on some of your recent episodes, and recently listened to Episode 49 where you talk about Lovecraftian video games. There are actually quite a lot of these, and I keep inflicting them on myself so others don’t have to, so I thought I’d give a partial chronology along with my thoughts on the ones I’ve played. Cheers, -EthanThe list that Ethan gave us was so detailed that we gave it it’s own post!