In this episode, we take a look at horror-adjacent nominations for the 2018 ENnies, and then we do some riffing on how to make bad films into fertilizer for games. This episode was recorded on July 5, 2018.
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Campus CrierFirst, thanks to everyone once again for making our Sesquicentennial so memorable! IMPORTANT CORRECTION: During the recording for this show, we mentioned that HPLHS prop sets for Masks of Nyarlathotep had sold out. This is not the case at all. There is a quirk with the website that displays “sold out” before it launches, but the text clearly explains that this is not true. Please accept our apologies for the error! ENnies! There are several horror-adjacent products on the list of nominations this year. re-launched its longstanding newsletter after purging 18,000 email addresses. The new one is called Yog-Sothothery. It’ll come out monthly-ish, and you can sign up on the site. We’ll have link to the YSDC blog that has instructions for how to subscribe. They are giving away a copy of Fall of Delta Green to one subscriber. Fall of Delta Green from Pelgrane Press is now available. This setting adapts Arc Dream’s Delta Green RPG to Pelgrane’s own Gumshoe system, with Kenneth Hite creating a work focusing on the Delta Green of the 1960s leading to the official dissolution of the organisation at the end of the decade, following events in the jungles of Indochina. Syrinscape has released “Part One: Peru sound pack for Masks of Nyarlathotep” So this is funny: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KpoDdihq5Mc Masks of Nyarlahotep has been released! We have it in PDF currently, with the print release not yet announced. And don’t forget the HPLHS Masks items – Dark Adventure Radio Theatre – Masks of Nyarlathotep, Gamer Prop Sets and more! A heartfelt thank you goes out to EDWIN for editing this episode.
The Listening RoomSharpen your number 2 pencils and sit up straight, Mr. Tyler is about to take us all to reform s-GHOUL. Once again, if you have any interest in producing a segment for the podcast, please contact email@example.com
FeedbackVia voicemail, Canageek talks about inter-generational gaming, Cthulhu Bob demands more game recordings from Murph and the Arseholes, and we cover some text feedback as well:
Just listened to your 150th episode, congrats! Catching up from the many I’ve missed due to life stuff. Great job for all the memories I’ve heard before and many I haven’t yet. As always, you’ve done an amazing job and drive me to make my Savage World’s ETU games better and always keep me entertained while assembling and painting minis or props. Still hoping for the Fighting Cephalopods car decals 😉 Go Pods! Happy to be able to back you again on Patreon. – Farquhar Congratulations on your Sasquatch Centennial 😉 This was a really enjoyable clip show which gave me many a chuckle. It seems that [insert deity here] may have been sending their congrats also, as while I was listening in the car, I passed this truck [see show image]. – Danial Carrol