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Role Playing Public Radio Podcast / Re: Where do you listen to RPPR?
« on: February 20, 2011, 10:40:23 AM »

you've never even played tabletop rpgs? That's awesome that our little podcast has gotten your attention then. I wonder how many other listeners are like you in that respect.

Also - wooo indie vidya game making!

Yeah, I'd love to get into it. I used to work at a bigger company where story in games was everything, so I'm taking that knowledge and making sure my game stands out in an otherwise story-less market to see if we get anywhere. Your podcasts are week-to-week proof that story can be incredibly rewarding! It'd be great to do that as a hobby too.

Role Playing Public Radio Podcast / Re: Where do you listen to RPPR?
« on: February 19, 2011, 04:12:02 PM »
I listen to AP's while I MAKE computer games. I've got a small little startup and we're going for a fantasy themed action romp for the iPhone / Android, so this keeps my mind in the right frame of reference while I model zombies and make dungeons. One day I might even play a real table-top game myself!

Best 6 hours on iTunes. Evar. Caleb + Aaron = Splendiferousness.

Another pertinent sketch...

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Ok, here's my character in this world. A lonely supermarket clerk, slightly behind in social skills but with the mind of a biological and mechanical engineer has found clues to the science of cloning in hidden messages on the website of an agricultural megacorp (read: Monsanto). He uses this knowledge to build a machine the size of a blender that you can place in a bath full of water and, with regular draining and refilling of the tub and the steady input of 30 gallons of mayonnaise, you can grow an adult human clone in 8 days. The clones themselves take a further 2 days to develop walking and talking abilities, but only to the equivalent of a 2 year old. He mostly clones himself for use in difficult or amusing tasks that ultimately result in death, but he has begun experimenting with clones of others in both nefarious and good-willed adventures.

Heh. Fun.

Your talk about "The Event" made me think of this sketch:

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Role Playing Public Radio Podcast / Re: Music Composition
« on: February 06, 2011, 05:41:36 PM »
But you fail with such eloquence! The brilliance of it is that Ross doesn't even set you up in a trap, you just manage to turn a good and kind-natured effort into the most disastrous series of events that doom the entire planet. Now that is talent! I think you're a class act for coming back for more each time and that you're a very important part of the show. I applaud you, sir!

Role Playing Public Radio Podcast / Re: Music Composition
« on: February 06, 2011, 12:01:47 PM »
Thanks... I guess I WAS dreaming, but the links are awesome and I'll check them out. I'm running a small games company and just looking for ways to get original music for our next game.

Looking forward to more play sessions! Make sure you give Aaron lots of important game-changing decisions!

Role Playing Public Radio Podcast / Re: Music Composition
« on: February 05, 2011, 09:44:47 AM »
Hey Ross! Yeah, I thought I remembered that you guys used some friends or a website or something to get some original music made. I could be wrong though, as I do remember you said something similar about getting some artwork done for your campaign books.

Role Playing Public Radio Podcast / Music Composition
« on: February 04, 2011, 06:26:31 PM »
Whassup Dudes,

Long time listener, first time poster here. Great stuff to the whole RPPR gang! Quick question... I seem to remember Ross and Tom talking about some music composition contacts during one of their shows, but I can't find it. Was I dreaming that up?

Keep up the good work!

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