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RPPR Episode 161: Eclipse Phase Second Edition Character Creation

News: Check out the Mixed Six podcast if you haven’t already. We recently did an episode that features vaporwave and it’s pretty great 🙂

Synopsis: The rules for Eclipse Phase 2E are now out to backers of the Kickstarter, so Aaron, Shaun, Tom, and I got together to generate characters and talk about the new system. It’s very interesting and a must listen for all EP fans!

Shout Outs

  • Art and Arcana: a beautiful coffee table book about the art of Dungeons and Dragons.
  • Norsemen: A comedic take on the life of Vikings, currently on Netflix.
  • Bayonetta: A stylish brawler video game about a gun toting witch fighting hordes of angels.
  • Great British Bake Off: a relaxing show about baking. Definitely no occult properties here.
  • Castlevania Season 2: The best narrative adaptation of a video game property.
  • Sabrina: Netflix made a show about the Archie universe witch.

Song: Ghost Hack by Inari Alchemist

RPPR Episode 160: Beachside Bases OR How to Create a Base for Base Raiders

News: We now have RPPR merchandise available for sale! Check out our storefront and buy t-shirts, coffee mugs, and more.

Synopsis: Developing an idea for an abandoned superhero or villain base for my RPG Base Raiders can be difficult. Aaron, Shaun, and I discuss how to come up with interesting bases. I describe a scenario idea I have and we collectively brainstorm a base for that scenario.

In a new segment, I interview a game designer, Brie Sheldon, about their new upcoming Kickstarter, Turn, a RPG about living as a lycanthrope in a small town. It launches on October 31 and you can learn more at Brie’s website.

Shout Outs

Song: Discoveries by Mezzaluna

RPPR Live at Gen Con 2018

Role Playing Public Radio, the Ennie Award winning RPG podcast, will record a live episode of their show. We will talk about Gen Con, take questions from the audience, & more! We wound up playing a game of Maid, reviewing a board game, and answering a lot of audience questions.

Thanks to Adam from RPX for recording the questions.

(Photos from Thad’s Polaroid camera)