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#091 Obligatory GenCon Podcast

#091 Obligatory GenCon Podcast

Hey everyone out there in Goblin Beatnik land!  We spent last weekend at GenCon and this week we force you to, err allow you to listen to some of our thoughts on the con, what we did and what we wish we had done.  Take a listen and let us know what you thought about GenCon and if you saw us let us know! As always it helps us a ton if you (and your friends!) subscribe to the Podcast on iTunes, give us a good rating and tell others you game...

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#088 David Pulver Interview

#088 David Pulver Interview

This week Matt and Danny interview David Pulver about Laboratory of the Forsaken, his new adventure for Fantasy Craft, a d20 based game from Crafty Games.  David has been writing adventures and supplements for years, including several for D&D 2nd Edition when TSR was still around.  We had a great conversation with David and hope you’ll consider checking out Laboratory of the Forsaken. If you enjoy our podcasts and would like to...

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The Anagen Gate

The Anagen Gate

The King of the Island Nation of Thalass has gone missing and his Queen is willing to pay handsomely for his return.  The King’s last known location was on a small island where according to legend a gate to another realm exists.  The King left with his most trusted advisors and soldiers in hopes of finding his way to this realm in order to gain a weapon or artifact to help him safeguard his people from the other nations of the...

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The Ruby of Torm Tura

The Ruby of Torm Tura

Torm Tura was perhaps the greatest Warchief the Black Hand Orcs ever had. During his reign dozens of other tribes pledged their banners to the Black Hands. Torm Tura allegedly gained much of his warrior power from a fist sized ruby set into the center of his leather breastplate. The legends of the origin of the Ruby of Torm Tura are as many and varied as its supposed powers. Most of the Black Hands held that the ruby was torn from the eye...

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Stark Dawson: Zombie Slayer

Stark Dawson: Zombie Slayer

My wife and I both love watching AMC’s The Walking Dead, and apparently we’re not alone since last Sunday it led the nation in ratings with over 11 million viewers.  The show led me to search for a zombie apocalypse themed pen and paper RPG and what I found was Outbreak: Undead which has been available since 2010.  If you want a detailed review of the handbook and game mechanics check out the article from Gnomestew.  This popular TV...

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