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RPGs / All Flesh Must be Eaten
« on: October 05, 2011, 03:05:57 PM »
So, I'm still very new to gaming, but somehow I got weasled in to trying to GM a game of All Flesh Must be Eaten. I have one big problem...I dont have the book or a PDF, does anyone know where I can find one cheap/ free? (money is tight, like tighter than a nun's booty hole) <--BTW don't judge, I haven't slept in awhile

Role Playing Public Radio Podcast / a request on actual play
« on: August 25, 2011, 08:40:32 PM »
On one of your old old podcasts, you mentioned running a Dresden Files request is to try an run another one and record it....please?  ;D

Role Playing Public Radio Podcast / player sheets
« on: July 21, 2011, 10:39:45 PM »
does anyone have or know of a website that has 3.5 E D&D fillable character sheet?

Role Playing Public Radio Podcast / Whats the worst thing...
« on: July 21, 2011, 02:36:22 PM »
Alright, I have only listened to a few of the Actual Play poscast...but it had me thinking. What is the worst thing that has happened in a game you were playing/ running and what has been the best thing so far? I will start...

Best: I was in an Aftermath game and I was playing what roughly could be a scientist...and our party ended up getting to a point of a TPK because we realized that we wouldn't have enough food to survive the winter. So I took the GM aside and asked would there be enough food for one person. He told me no, but pretty damn close. Then I promted him with a follow up question of, "what is I ate the rest of the party as well?" He stared at me for a few seconds and said I ate the rest of my party and survived the winter...I felt like a crazed badass. Especially because that was my first ever RPG game I have ever played.

Worst: A group of us were playing Mage and our Life/Mind mage somehow got herself rapped by a werewolf from the deep umbra....It was avery disturbing night for us and we couldn't believe our GM went there....Then again it was Halloween and he was dressed up as dead Jesus...

So I was listening to an old podcast and they mentioned playing a D&D version of Pirates of the Caribbean. This reminded me that just this past semester, a group of mine played a D&D version of Avatar. I wonder if anyone else has heard/ played it and what they thought of it?

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