Scott rethinks 13th Age. Brian has actual Transit news. We both go VERY Old School. And WotC made some announcements.
Creation motivation. Twitter departures. Brian’s favorite comic character. Scott’s current favorite game. Recommendations and reviews. This must be Digressions and Dragons.
Scott returns from black out with ideas about crafting. Brian attempts to explain how to map while not mapping. We both noticed things on the internet we want you to know about.
Brian wonders if Scott is a 10,000-hour GM. Scott finishes Breath of the Wild and then goes dark. And, among the several problems with online game groups, they both try to solve any one of them.
Curses, toys, gaming, and new careers feature heavily in this week’s episode. Scott has a happy memory and Brian has a sad one. It’s all here inside this very show. Continue reading “Episode 63 — “Shotgun Fuel””
With no plan in hand, it’s a no holds barred discussion of gaming culture and man’s inhumanity to man, the terribleness of exposure, breaking cycles, and how to apply lessons from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild to your table top RPG.
Scott and Brian wrestle with prioritizing. Scott plays cool games for the holidays but gets a terrible gift from his nephew. Brian doesn’t. Continue reading “Episode 61 — “Bad Advice From Bad People””
Leslie and Brian go all in on the final reading club book, Hogfather by Terry Pratchett. Also, summary of the years reading and a discussion of future plans as things come to an end.
Happy Holidays, folks.
We don’t give life advice. No, seriously. We don’t. So, this episode is clearly not about giving life advice. Therefore, it must be about Video Games, Tabletop Games, and assorted other things that IN NO WAY relate to practical life advice.
PLEASE NOTE: We refer to the first person perspective quite a lot in this discussion. This is, of course, patently absurd as we clearly mean the second person perspective. Please adjust accordingly.