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Role Playing Public Radio Podcast / Channel Zero: Candle Cove
« on: October 12, 2016, 11:46:17 PM »
Candle Cove was the first AP i ever listened to, after Kris Straub tweeted about it. 6 years later and I'm pretty die hard for RPPR. I relisten to Candle Cove every October. I also tell a mashup version of Kris Straubs story and Ross's every time I'm even close to a campfire.

So any way, the new SyFy horror anthology show Channel Zero is tackling a creepypasta each season and they are starting with Candle Cove. Six episodes, and they basically blew through the original story in the first.  Wonder if Ross or anyone else has checked it out and what they think about it.

Role Playing Public Radio Podcast / Wow... The Backlog
« on: April 12, 2013, 12:45:42 AM »
Disclaimer: In no way, shape, or form am I complaining in this post. I am genuinely awed at the amount of gaming and grateful that the crew takes the time to share those games with us..

So i think last night as I was listening to the latest podcast, I began to wrap my mind around how much of a backlog of games the crew has. I mean we are two games away from being done with Know Evil, who knows how many more episodes of New Arcadia, and from the forums and podcasts I think I know of at least one more Campaign that might be done (Fortunes of War), and at least three other Campaigns that I think are going on now(Better Angels, Pathfinder, and Nights Black Agents), plus all the in between one shots. I am blown away. Thanks for letting us live vicariously through you.


I think we can all admit that we love a good, or even a bad, League of Extraordinary Gentleman Game. The best part of those games is the Gentleman ( or Ladies) that are chosen to be played. So here we go, pick three characters that you would love to play in a League game and tell us about them if you like. They can be any heroes, villains, or anti-heroes from any medium. Hell they could even be some of your favorite characters from Know Evil, New Arcadia etc.

Also, if you think of any characters that might be too overpowered, complex, or game breaking to stat out, list those as well.

RPGs / RPPR Listeners: Who gets to play on a regular basis?
« on: March 27, 2013, 03:15:51 AM »
I've been wondering this for a while.

How many of you listeners in the Forum actually get to game on a regular basis?

I never ever get to play. My entire gaming career is three games of D&D 4th Ed. in a homebrew setting that I wrote and Dm'ed which was ill fated from the start.

I devour sourcebooks and love to write settings and scenarios, but can never find many people that have the time or the inclination to play. Actual Plays and sourcebooks are as close as i get actually rolling dice.

Anyone else out there in the same boat? Or is my life truly that sad?

RPGs / Mage AP's
« on: February 02, 2013, 02:35:38 AM »
Anyone know where I can get my hands on some quality Mage: The Ascension Actual Play Podcasts? I've had pretty decent luck finding Hunter: The Vigil ones, but have only found one Mage game over at Nerdbound. I'm trying to broaden my horizons in gaming and Mage has captured my imagination as of right now. Thanks for the help.

Update: I meant Mage: The Awakening not the Ascension. Sorry it was quite late. Though I would love to listen to both.

RPGs / Dogs in the Vineyard
« on: January 27, 2013, 03:43:33 AM »
Has anyone had a chance to play or read "Dogs in the Vineyard" by Lumpley Games? The setting seems ripe with possibility and has piqued my interest. I feel like it could get DARK fast. If you haven't heard of it, here is an in depth review from Gnome Stew.

RPGs / Good RPG to run for complete gamer newbies? Please Help.
« on: August 06, 2012, 08:24:18 AM »
In a few months, at our annual guys getaway weekend, I have a chance to run a game for my two best friends. One of them has only played in three sessions of 4E D&D (that I ran), and the other has never played any Pen and Paper RPG. The one that has played D&D loved it, but the one that hasn't has no interest at all in playing D&D, but I have been able to talk him into playing another type of game.

So I am turning to you, RPPR Crew and Listeners. I am looking for a suggestion for a fun, easy to learn game that will hook my two best friends. I'm up for running anything.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.


Tom has a 4 part game up on the Unspeakable! AP feed at The Unspeakable Oath. I just finished the first session and I'm really enjoying it so far. Check it out if you haven't already. Thanks Tom, I always enjoy your games.

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