Your hosts: Stu, Kimi, Jason, Gina

In this Episode: Eric from NJ asks “Can the GM be too much of a fan of the PCs?” James writes in about 1d4 Con, which starts May 3rd. And Joe wants to know what Stu thinks a hippie game is.


Your hosts: Stu, Adam, Joey

In this episode: Steve from SoCal writes in about exotic atmospheres in Traveller. OutOfPrintGM sends us his report from Aricon. Slojack sends us a horror story.



Your hosts: Stu, Kimi, Tappy, Joey

In this episode: Davio writes in about making sure players find clues. Mike from MI writes in about finding and holding on to gaming groups. And Byron writes in about jobes and professions in DnD.



Your hosts: Stu, Kimi, Stork, Joey

In this Episode: Steve in SoCal writes in about player and PC perceptions. Johnny sends us an email about classes and DnD. Craig (whodo on the forum) asks about getting players to learn the rules.



Your hosts: Stu, Kimi, Aabria, Tappy

In this Episode: Brian writes in about the passing of time. Juho from Finland writes in about people getting rules totally wrong. And Dave from Tampa sends in a horror story.


Your Hosts: Stu, Kimi, Stork, Adam

In this Episode: EricaB brings up a very old Necro-Topic: Social Skills. Byron writes in about gaming and life balance. And JoeGun sends us a Horror Story turned Triumph.



Your hosts: Stu, Gina, Tappy, Christopher

In this Episode: We reflect on Orccon2019. Jonnie from New Zealand writes in about setting rules. Greg from Virginia writes in about trying new systems.



Live from Orccon 2019

Note: this is a convention show. As such, it does not use the same format as our regular shows. If this is your first episode, you might want to listen to another episode, to hear a more usual episode.


Your Hosts: Stu, Kimi, Jim, Tappy

In this Episode: We discuss the upcoming Orccon2019. We talks about partial pre-gen PCs or convention games. Brian resurrects the Sand Box horse-lich. And Eric from New Jersey writes in about playing persecuted minorities.


In this Episode: We discuss GMing sins. Doggos writes in about abstract RP. And Karlen from Austin writes in about senses and immersion.