Your Hosts: Stu, Stork, CADave, Kurt

Show Notes: Trenchworks writes in with clarifications about his remote player dilemma. MJ in Georgia writes in about PC personalities and group compatibility. We also discuss a couple other things, including a hopefully spoiler-free discussion of The Mandalorian.

Special thank you to New Holland Brewing Co for their care package of Dragon’s Milk Bourbon Barrel Aged Stout. Check out their cool promotional stuff at hoard.dragonsmilk.com.



Your Hosts: Stu and Kimi

In this Episode: Dave in DC writes in about a Con Game with a Cursed Newspaper. Simon in London writes in about multi-clan L5R games. Iain from the UK writes in about a multi-system game. 



Your Hosts: Stu, Jim Ryan, Stork

Jim (otherdoc on Twitter) hosts RPG Actual Plays on Twitch. You can find his other projects at his webpage.

In this Episode: Dave in DC sends an email about convention GMing and a question. Jo Lene asks about clans in Vampire vs Legend of the 5 Rings. And anonymous sends a horror story. 



Your Hosts: Stu, Kurt, Stork

In this Episode: Jon writes in saying, “Help! I have the party a dragon egg. Now what!?” Ken R writes in about differing gaming groups.  Jonas sends an email about being a murder hobo in moder settings. 


Your Hosts: Stu, Kurt, Stork

In This Episode: Axel writes in about intelligence as a stat. Andreas writes in about games with a command structure. And JoCrack chimes in on safety tools.


Your Hosts: Stu, Kimi, Bill, Tyler, Stork

In this Episode: Trenchworks writes in about playing a mixed in-person/remote game.  Ben from Texas writes in about XP for failure. Jo Crack writes in about online dice rollers.  And Jonas writes in about a game with is son.


Your Hosts: Stu, Kurt, Kimi, Stork

In this Episode: Steve in SoCal writes in about red herrings.  Scott writes in about levels of commitments to gaming.  And Erica Odd sends a bittersweet email.


Your Hosts: Stu, Claire, Clara, Stork

In this Episode: Andrew writes in about episodic games with a background arc.  Derk writes in about Animal Companions.  Byron writes in about his Pick-up-Game phobia.  Eric from New Jersey writes in about teaching a crunchy system with online gaming.