Synopsis: Chase scenes are an underutilized element in many games. A staple of action stories but RPGs focus on social scenes and combat. This is because it’s hard for a GM to make a chase scene actually exciting. Special guest RJ joins us as we discuss ways to make a boring chase scene into an epic one. Tom does not have a letter, but we do have many special holiday shout outs and a few anecdotes.
Forum Shout Outs:
- My Rifts Experiment: Palladium offers a grab bag of random products. I promise to run a game based on what they give me.
- Junk Mail Novel: Spam is like poetry, man.
- Ruins of Lemuria Kickstarter: Learn what kind of games I’ll run over Skype and if you have any questions about the PDF then ask them here.
Holiday Shout Outs below the fold
- Fear The Boot: Thanks for mentioning us and glad you enjoy the APs!
- Octopus Pie: A print collection of a funny and well drawn web comic
- The Blob (remake): Kids die in it so it must be good!
- Angel Heart: A noir/horror film featuring incredible atmosphere and a young Mickey Rourke. A must see.
- Airplane Special Edition: The comedy classic THAT ALL MUST WATCH. And don’t call me Shirley.
- Slugfest Games: Makers of fun and cheap games like Kung Fu Fighting.
- Delta Force: Chuck Norris kills terrorists and saves America from evil.
- Gangster’s Paradise: Jerusalema – South African crime epic with some great twists
- Brian Regan: Hilarious stand up comic now on tour with all new material.
- Dragon Age Ultimate Edition: I LIKE VIDEO GAMES AND THIS ONE IS BEST
- Eclipse Phase Sunward and GM Screen: Brain candy for sci fi fans – fun even if you don’t play EP.
- Hero Lab: Great character creation software for a variety of systems. Pricey though.
- Near Dark: The best vampire movie to come out of the 1980s.
- A Song of Ice and Fire RPG: Based on the acclaimed novels.
- Undercover Brother: Blaxplotiation parody and a good one at that.
- Chessex Pound of Dice: Enough dice to murder someone!
- A Dirty World: The best new game (new to us) for the RPPR crew of 2010.