One of the things I used to like about posting a whole lot on RPG.net was posting threads where we could share our mad ideas, threads that provided space for others to create or asked others to make something mad to toss on the gaming table for more madness to occur.
I missed that kind of stuff.
So, I posted one.
I never thought this game over skype would be this much fun but its been a blast.
Here’s a write up of tonight’s game.
I love seeing people rock out with what they love doing.
Raw Beats Behind the Cut
I’ve been playing a game over skype with two buddies and I’m surprised at how much I’m digging it.
I wrote about it here.
Fun and hateful times.
I was on the Canon Puncture Show with Orklord, Common Dialogue and Norwood.
It was neat to be on the other side of the podcasting. Jeff mentioned that it was the least um’s and uh’s he ever heard me say. This could be because I had guzzled half a bottle of sangria while eating dinner out with Janaki that night.
Luke chews his dinner into the mic discusses the making of Mu with Clyde over at Theory from the Closet.
Luke talks some hard numbers; hopefully, it will help people who are making their games.
Burning Skype: Hateful, Hateful Orcs
Jim’s Orc feeding the poisonous platitudes to the Dragon in what might be the best or most suicidal double-cross ever attempted.
Rich’s Orc talking about the difficulties of ruling with a captured Dwarven King.
Kat’s scientist PC making a 10 obstacle Alien Tech roll in order to figure out how to fold space without Salt/Spice, using only a machine that is made in the likeness of the human mind after she agreed to surgery so that she could get a device in her skull that allows the AI to learn what she learns.
Jeff H.’s oddly humane dinner with the Ur-Baron’s Matron Mother Auntie.
Bob’s sword vs. knife just after dinner. Sword wins but it could’ve gone either way for a second there. I out-scripted his ass.
Reign of Rum & Bones
Jim’s swordsman taking the head of a mook in such a fashion so that all other witness mooks ran in fear and horror, all by the rules.
Storn’s dashing pirate walking arm in arm with his fated love.
Jeff’s haunted fiddler talking with his angry, angry ghostly patron.
Aaron’s knife vs. flinklock pistol. Knife to the head wins. But more than that, just Aaron’s no-nonsense mercenary being an all around likeable bastard.
Is anyone else reading this Eisner Award Nominated web comic?
I just read the first chapter and its pretty damned tight.
Check it out.
Minus is pretty amazing too (thanks, Ben).
Especially this one.
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