Right now, we’re gearing up for our campaign playtest of Elle and Dana’s
Souls of Steel. The first couple of episodes are in the pipe and now all we have to do is edit them and get them out to you.
Episodes will start going up before too long. In the meantime, you can see the
teasers for the game being posted over on G+.
We’ll be starting a group and making playtest materials available within the next few weeks, so stay tuned!
“So they took all our corpses and put them on pikes…”
In lieu of a Gen Con report (forthcoming – we promise!) here’s the second half of our latest Story Time with Blake and Highcove!
“We’re not arbiters of peace. We arbitrage peace. That’s different.”
Something for your drive to Gen Con!
We play Ben Robbins’
Kingdom for the first time as a group, choosing the “Starfall” scenario. If you’re not familiar, Kingdom is a neat game that focuses on an organization, its members, and how they weather a crisis that threatens to disrupt their lives (or don’t, as the case may be).
“Half half-orc, half half-dragon.”
Blake and Highcove return with epic stories from a campaign where the players played monsters and Highcove treated them accordingly.
This is it, folks – the conclusion to our Actual Play of
Wheel Tree Press‘ awesome, upcoming game, The Sword, the Crown, and the Unspeakable Power!
We’ve also got a special guest – for most of this episode Jenn Martin, darling of the indie game podcasting world, will be playing the part of Lady Liana!
“This has been ‘Prostate Talk’ with I Podcast Magic Missile.”
In this episode, we talk about social contracts – implied and explicit – in gaming. How do you know what the social contract is? What happens when a player ignores it? What can you do? How you you not be that person?
In this penultimate(!) episode of SCUP, the PCs posture for status as the city’s government falls apart. Who will come out on top?
“ Neither of these are left hands!”
In this episode, we discuss:
We then pick apart the new
Godzilla movie, in case you didn’t see it in theaters (and good on you if you did not).
Finally, we cover more on the new Warhammer 40K 7th Edition rules.
PK Sullivan has
some thoughts on war in tabletop role-playing games, partially inspired by Elle and Dana’s *Souls of Steel*.