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Synopsis: Conspiracies are a common element in horror games, but they are often handled badly. They are too powerful, too well-organized and too flexible to stop or even fight. In this episode, we talk about how to use conspiracies in RPGs, by looking at historical conspiracies like Operation Gladio and DeBeers. SPOILER WARNING FOR THE FILMS THE PLEDGE AND MEMORIES OF MURDER. There’s also shout outs and anecdotes.
- Deathgasm: A horror comedy about heavy metal, high school, and demon summoning.
- Eternity by Cobalt Road: a vaportrap album that is quite good for late night listening.
- Limetown: A cross between Serial and Delta Green. What happened to Limetown?
- Moonbeam City: a synthwave inspired comedy that is part Nagel and part Archer.
- John Carpenter’s Lost Themes: You want some original John Carpenter music? Of course you do!
- Clue Pursuit: A locked room puzzle mystery experience. Fun for the whole group
- Fornax Void: Get a VHS tape with a Carcosa/Vaporwave-video today.
- Ryuutama: A Japanese tabletop RPG now available in English.
- Gang Beasts: Fumblecore + multiplayer brawling = hella fun. As seen on Raillery.
- The Bugle: John Oliver’s comedic news podcast. Very funny stuff.