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Your Hosts: Stu, Bill, Tomes, Tappy

In this Episode: Andreas sends us some thoughts on game prices and PC preference.  Joe Crack sends us his comments on GMing at conventions.  And Jonas asks about pre-written adventures.

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Your Hosts: Stu, Emily and Rev from thecritshowpodcast.com

In this Episode: Lee writes in about keeping secrets from other players.  Ed from Minnesota sends us a message about house ruling.  And Jeff asks about game prep.  

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Your Hosts: Stu, Jameson, Tappy

In this Episode: Chris from New Jersey asks how a GM, who isn’t an actor, make NPCs seem real. EricaOdd writes in with an RPG question taken from real life.  Nick sends us an audio message about supporting the RPG hobby. 

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This episode is sponsored by EasyRollerDice.com, introducing their new Kickstarter, aluminum elven design dice.

Your Hosts: Stu, Kimi, Stork

In this Episode: Niklas writes in saying we must stop consuming alcohol! Ben from Texas writes in about giving the players reasons to not fall asleep.  And Zach sends us a horror story.

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Your Hosts: Stu, Kimi, Tappy

In this Episode: We discuss a GMing tips article Stu wrote in 1998. Len from Miami chimes in on SciFi vs Fantasy. Eric from NJ writes in about gaming in existing IPs.

 

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Your Hosts: Kimi, Joey and Storky.

In this Episode: Byron writes in about co-GMing. Michael writes in with a Wild Talents question. And Vyrrk writes in about Jackercon.

 

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Your Hosts: Stu, Kimi, Stork

In this Episode: Jorn from Sweden writes in about sympathetic villains and villainous heroes. Axel in the UK sends us a success story. And Eric from NJ sends us a horror story.

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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.

 

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Your hosts: Stu, Kimi, Gina, JiB, Stork

 

In this Episode: Eric from New Jersey sends us a farewell to his GM.  Sean from New Jersey asks how players get when you no players have you want to get. Steven from Atlanta is looking for another system for Dresden Files.  Of the Hill People asks, how many session until you evaluate keeping the game.  Iain from the UK asks for advice to run a short campaign. SovereignCitizenKane sends us a horror story about reaching the breaking  point.