Synopsis: The logistics of international shipping are maddening. Caleb went through a crucible but has finally delivered print copies to both American and overseas backers. Find out what went wrong and what lessons can be learned from it.
News: Red Markets is on DrivethruRPG (PDF) and Indie Press Revolution (print and PDF) Buy it now! I was at Patrecon, a conference for Patreon creators and you can briefly see me at 2:05 in this video about it. As always, check out the RPPR Patreon!
Synopsis: We’re in a space opera mood at RPPR. I am running Ashen Stars, Thor: Ragnarok was great and a new Star Wars movie is coming. So, Dan, Shaun, Tom, and I discuss what space operas, what they entail and how to use them in RPGs. We also mention the Picaresque genre, Spaceship Zero and of course we have shout outs and anecdotes!
- Conspire: a storytelling game of conspiracies
- Synthicide: A sci-fi RPG about blowing up robots and exploring the universe.
- Twilight Imperium 4E: It’s back and better than ever
- Demon Underground: a web comic by a fellow Patreon creator, Bob.
- Delirium Brief: The newest Laundry novel returns to Bob as he deals with the most deadly threat he’s ever faced.
- Raiders of the Lost Art: A documentary series about stolen artwork, currently on Netflix.
- The Outlaws: A Korean crime thriller about the invasion of a Chinese gang in Seoul.
- Re:Creators: An anime series that sounds like a Base Raiders adventure.
- The Wailing: A horror film about a small farming village in Korea under siege from a mysterious plague.
- Air Crash Investigation: A documentary series that looks into infamous plane crashes.
- Ninja Kitty: A cool creator on Patreon of erotic art. (NSFW)
We are trying something new here at RPPR! Over the last year, Aaron, Jason, Renee, and I have gotten into a miniatures war game, Konflikt 47. It’s a Weird World War 2 setting, with robots, werewolves, zombies, and teleporting ninjas (kind of). We’ve played multiple games, but I thought it would be an interesting experiment to podcast a full game. So for every turn, every player talked about their armies and their decisions, as well as a pre and post-game commentary. I took some photos to help illustrate what was happening. Keep in mind we played using proxy miniatures for several units AND we have not painted many of the miniatures. If you like this, please let us know and we will record more in the future.
Pics below the fold!