Tuesday. The work week is well underway. I'm tired. Not sleeping well. Definitely need pick-me-ups. I've had my Sobe Citrus Energy this morning. I'm listening to Ska music, since it's good and high-energy. So, I might start my regular podcast-listening a little later than usual. But that's alright. You can still go ahead and listen. I don't mind. I'm alright with spoilers, too.
This week on the dial we have: Morrus' Unofficial Tabletop RPG Talk Episode 65: Harper’s Tale with Matt Corley; Lords of the Dungeon Episode 31: A Campaign Reborn, The End of the World and Warriors in Role Playing Games; The Polyhedron Collider Cast Episode 69: Ragusa, Barrage, Mournequest, and Pipeline; Tabletop Talk Episode 39: Tara (Outcast) Deep Dive with Owen and Cody; and Rolling Dice & Taking Names Episode 180: City of the Big Shoulders, Era, Ecos, Blockbuster, Letter Jam, and more.
This week, Morrus and Peter are joined by Matt Corley to talk about his charity IndieGoGo D&D adventure, Harper’s Tale! In the news, we have the Top 10 Dungeons & Dragons monsters as decided by you, new Pathfinder 2nd Ed Ancestry previewed, Chuck Tingle launches a new roleplaying game based on his work, Wizards of the Coast previews new D&D Eberron book, and a lot more! Plus Our Favorite Game in All the World and a brand new sketch!
The gang decides it's time for a RPG campaign change but this time we're going back to a campaign we played over 4 years ago and discuss how it is getting back into it after such a long hiatus. Then the gang talks about their one shot session of the End of the World role playing game published by Fantasy Flight Games. Then finally the Lords discuss the warrior role, roleplaying and discuss some of their favorite warriors in films and TV.
Welcome along to another analysis paralysis inducing chat with the boys from Polyhedron Collider, who are cruder than normal in celebration of episode 69 (dude). We analyse the latest tabletop gaming news, talking about the latest events in board games and pen and paper RPGS and then get into some deep and meaningful game chat.
In this week’s episode we talk about Matchify, get in a very quick game of Ragusa and have a rather deep analysis of heavy euros Pipeline and Barrage. We then pop over to Ireland to save the world in Mournequest.
Join Craig as his guests (Owen Beste and Cody Hiatt) reveal why Outcast players are putting Tara on the table in Malifaux 3rd edition. They go in-depth on how to maximize the crew's effectiveness. We dig into how to build a crew that will score you points and which pools are ideal for them. Playing against Outcasts? Pay close attention or this crew will bury your chances of winning your next match-up.
Tons of games made it to the table. Marty’s family got to play a bunch of them because it is simple to get people to play games when it is 95 degrees outside and the humidity is in the mid 70s. What else would you do but stay inside an enjoy the A/C.
He and I did get in some very good games these past two weeks. City of the Big Shoulders is one that we saw at Gen Con, got excited for when we talked with Raymond Chandler, and kept that enthusiasm going as we played. Ecos got another play and still needs more because there is hidden depth here that must be explored and discovered. Then Era was on the table with all of its bits and pieces. And we finished off the week with Cartographers which was a breath of fresh air in the mark on a piece of paper games that have been coming out.