HJRP1111 Happy Jacks RPG Podcast Season 11 Episode 11

HJRP1111

happy_jacks_all_ages300x300-150x150Your hosts: Stu, Stork, Tyler and Curtis

If you haven’t check out Tyler’s other podcast, Your Book is Why Daddy Drinks, you should. Each month this intrepid band of podcasts tackle one horrible novel and review it. Hilarity ensues.

Show Notes! We welcome Curtis (DT Pints on our forum). We revisit the topic of on-line gaming, the domination of Google + Hangouts, Roll20.net and where on line gaming is going.

Rabbiddoggie writes in to discuss how he’s rekindled an old campaign with (mostly) new players. Riff writes in to ask which game he should run, considering the fact that his players want to run one, and he wants to run something else.

Trent writes in to tell us about Monster Hearts and asks about complicating the PC’s lives in a social setting. Yehuda writes in with a question about his Edge of the Empire game.

Slye writes in to spend a bit of time defending DnD4e. And Tom the Pedantic writes in to describe how he brought back an old retired PC as an NPC.

 

This entry was posted in Podcast Episode and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to HJRP1111 Happy Jacks RPG Podcast Season 11 Episode 11

  1. Matt Mather says:

    SPOILERS!!!!

    Oh Tyler, I just hate to do this. Sometimes jokes are ruined by explaining them. But sometimes, and I hope this is the case, the joke is only funny when it’s explained. And I know that “Serra Elinsen” prefers that as many people as possible believe when they start reading Awoken that it’s not a humongous Andy Kaufman-style straight-faced practical joke but an actual unintentionally bad book.

    But Awoken isn’t just a terrible book. It is one of the greatest terrible books ever.

    Awoken is actually Fifty Shades of Green. http://thatguywiththeglasses.com/videolinks/team-nchick/50-shades-of-green

    I’m sorry, Lindsay. I’m sorry, Tyler. I hope this enhances rather than diminishes your enjoyment of the book. And now I’ve revealed that it technically breaks the rules of Tyler’s podcast. But please watch some of the videos and try to understand why they did what they did. The dramatic reading video in particular sums up the intended tone.

Leave a Reply