In this episode Adam and Brendan talk about their feelings in the aftermath of the Zak S. controversy surrounding the open letter by Mandy Morbid.
While we explore a number of raw viewpoints in this episode, it’s important to us that the basic crux of our position is that we believe Mandy Morbid, Jennifer, Hannah and Vivka. We stand with the victims of abuse and stand for the gaming world to be a safe place for all and a level place for all.
We disavow Zak and will not have him or his products (under any name) featured on this show henceforth.
Whaddup cultists?! In this belated episode we discuss a couple of off-the-beaten path fantasy games for your consumption!
We discuss (in the following order): – 13th Age (Pelgrane Press) – The Dark Eye (Ulisses Spiele) – Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay, 4th Edition (Cubicle 7) and – Shadow of the Demon Lord (Schwalbe Entertainment)
We hope you dig the ep! Get at us if you dig our takes, come at us if you don’t!
This time we have Christoffer Sevaldsen in all the way from Dubai to talk about the creation of his new game Black Void, now on Kickstarter! This game is very different from a lot of the other stuff that is being kicked right now, so I think that you cultists will really want to hear about it.
Patron Richard hits Christoffer up with a question as well.
POST CAFFEINE REHAB Brendan digs into topics with Full Metal Ben, the Warlord Amanda and his sponsor, Dr. Drew. Lotta rambling diatribes in this episode, but eventually Brendan does manage to get around to talking about his Lamentations of the Flame Princess game. Heather comes on the show and off the air does a mic drop, puts both hands up in the air and proclaims “I DID AWESOME!” Brendan shakes his head a lot and tries to remember the days when doing a podcast about roleplaying games with all of his friends sounded like a GOOD idea. Are you still reading this? For chirstsake, listen to the show!