RPPR Episode 99: Gaming with a Full Table

tumblr_n3yay9gDq01t77uevo7_1280News: Check out the Devotees, a new Eclipse Phase adventure written by Caleb Stokes! The first part of the actual play is up. We also have a new digital audio recorder for the APs, a Zoom H2N. Higher quality APs for everyone!  Also, I’m working on a new horror RPG called Ruin. BTW, have you checked out the video game I’m working on, Delver’s Drop?

Synopsis: During the last weekend, Tom and I got to play 2 games with some new players, including a 6 player Call of Cthulhu game. For this episode, we talk about our experiences playing with new players, especially in a large group. Tom also has a letter about his recent trip to New York, plus shout outs and anecdotes!

Shout Outs

Song: Road Trip by Within the Giant

  6 comments for “RPPR Episode 99: Gaming with a Full Table

  1. Thesauradon
    April 30, 2014 at 1:45 am

    New Blood! Give them to us! We listen for atavism. Hunger is all we know. And their choir is rapturous.

  2. Fridrik
    April 30, 2014 at 11:15 am

    My little pony RPG. I googled it. It exists. Actually a few exists, all fan made.

    Now the question is: “When will RPPR play and record a game of Friendship is Magic the RPG?”

    I want’s it !

  3. April 30, 2014 at 8:52 pm

    Do a Question and Answer segment for Episode 100! ANSWER FAN QUESTIONS!!! WE DEMAND SOMETHING SPECIAL!!!

  4. Ethan C.
    May 1, 2014 at 5:01 pm

    Good advice about running big tables. My Pathfinder group has evolved into a 7-player game, including one player who remotely Skypes in from Seattle. It’s a bear to manage. The worst part is trying to figure out days that we can all play. Because none of my players want to be left out of sessions. *Sigh* I guess I’m just too good at running games…

  5. darren t.
    May 2, 2014 at 7:31 pm

    Congrats on getting to episode 99 & having a great selection of 99 episodes to listen to. #100 should be quite interesting & good luck on running/playing in the games mentioned here in #99, as they’re not standard games usually played on RPPR.

  6. May 6, 2014 at 10:23 pm

    So, just as a little anecdote, when I ran Cold Dead Hand for my players they did exactly as you mentioned here. They got to the gulag before the missile base, saw it was a gulag and were like, “NOPE,” and kept on going. I then pulled the pages for that encounter out of my printout and chucked it behind me. Man, players are fickle creatures.

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