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Your Hosts: Stu, Kimi, Jason, Tappy

In This Episode: Ben from Texas writes in about divine intervention. Anonymous sends a question about Monster of the Week. Steve from Atlanta writes in about playing characters outside of the game. And Alverant writes in about his RPG group preferences.

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Your Hosts: Stu, Pooja, Tappy

In this Episode: Axel writes in about systems you can’t get to work. MRCJ sends us an email about music and campaign inspiration. And Davio sends us a horror story.

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Your hosts: Stu, Stork, Joey.

In this Episode: Jonathan from Spanaway asks how to get players to role play. Uncommonman sends us another GMing exercise. Kosta from Adelaide sends us a horror story.

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Your Hosts: Stu, Kimi, Tappy

In this Episode: Jason writes in proclaiming Don’t Kill Your Characters. James from New Zealand asks if computers will replace GMs.  Adam from Utah asks how to play deities.

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Your Hosts: Stu, Kimi

In This Episode: Jeremy in Missouri writes in about PC backstories. John from Iowa asks about GMing with One Note. Andreas writes in about game pacing and pick-up-and-play games.

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Your Hosts: Stu and Kimi

In this Episode: We kick off our fundraiser, Rainbow Railroading 2020, for Rainbow Railroad. This organization helps get LGBTQIA+ people in hostile countries to safety. If you’d like to donate, go to happyjacks.org/rainbow. We’re streaming six games, starting now, until 8pm on Saturday, January 25. Watch them at happyjacks.org/live. Andrew writes in about running a court game in L5R. And Eric from New Jersey writes in with a heart-warming comic book store story.

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Your Hosts: Kimi, Jason, Stork.

In this Episode: MRCJ writes in about Orcs Tropes.  Jeff from NYC writes in about simulating an epic journey into the unknown. JoeCrak asks about playing in existing IP.

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Your Hosts: Stu, Tappy, Jason

In this Episode: Len from Miami writes in about Fantasy Flight Games. Joshua from Canada writes in about leveling and acquiring new abilities. Leatherneck writes in with a horror story. 

Links:

Gamasutra article on FFI/FFG.

Wikipedia on FFG.