Alright, I’m technically on hiatus, but I should share this and I’m currently not able to get onto Twitter easily.
The Great Charity Box Swindle!
The second part of this came out today, but I thought I’d link from the first one. Blades in the Dark is a somewhat Cthulhu-inspired Victorian tabletop RPG from John Harper, where we play a cult desperately trying to improve their public relations.
This was honestly one of my favourite sessions to play (not least because I got to diplomacy-wizard my way through things) so I recommend you check it out!
Warning as always: We’re not a PG group, and there will be cussin’ and some anatomy-based jokes to go with my standard puns and pompous wordplay.
Quick update on the gaming: If you liked the last episode (or if you haven’t seen it, you can check that out by clicking here), there’s another episode of Shadowrun up and ready to be watched.
As usual, we are not a PG bunch when it comes to language. But if you’d like to hear what I sound like in person, or get some GMing tips off the master, Paddy, then you can listen to the latest episode here.
Liberation Industries also has other games available for your perusal, should you be interested.
Hi – I’d like to draw your attention to something.
I talk a lot on this blog about things I have learned from gaming and GMing in particular. I also particularly enjoy these things.
Now, I wasn’t GM for this one – that honour goes to the excellent and talented Patrick – but I was involved in this game. So if you’ve ever wondered what sort of stuff I get up to in games, if you’ve ever wanted to know what my voice sounds like in real life, if you’ve ever wanted to know how exactly to fit puns into the setting of Shadowrun, here’s a link you might want to check out.
Shadowrun Anarchy: Ep. 1 – Practical Accounting.
A Shadowrun game, made by nerds, for nerds, of nerds.
Catalyst Labs also does other games, which I haven’t been involved in, but are no less excellent for that (probably in some cases better). You can find their other work in the sidebar of that link.
Fair warning, our language is not PG, by any definition.