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May 2015

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43.2: Queen Euphoria for Shadowrun Pt. 2

Our epic discussion of Queen Euphoria, a seminal adventure for the Shadowrun rpg continues this week! Special guest Aaron Andries weighs in with the usual crew, and Ben even has a letter from author and rpg icon Steve Wieck himself about the adventure and Shadowrun in general. The episode is a rip-roaring ride, with especially fantastic readings! This discussion was so epic, so engaging, it will be our first 3 part episode! Like us on Facebook to keep up with our goings-on, write us a  ...

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Plot Points Episode 43.1: Shadowrun- Queen Euphoria

Our new episode was released today featuring the classic senario “Queen Euphoria” for the Shadowrun system. Friend of the show Aaron Andries stops in to flex his intellectual might as our resident expert on Shadowrun. As an extra special bonus, Ben brings in some quotes from a letter by author and RPG icon Steve Wick. All that and more in the first part of Shadowrun- Queen of Euphoria! Find it here or our Itunes page!

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43.1: Shadowrun: Queen Euphoria

Because YOU demanded it gameratti! Today we release the first episode in our discussion of Queen Euphoria, a seminal adventure for the Shadowrun rpg! Special guest Aaron Andries weighs in with the usual crew, and Ben even has a letter from author and rpg icon Steve Wieck himself about the adventure and Shadowrun in general… Like us on Facebook to keep up with our goings-on, write us a review on iTunes to help the show, find us on Twitter, or contact us via email at  ...

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Soliloquy

Game as Myth- Ben’s Musings

I return in this soliloquy to my ancient theme: that we need to take RPGs more seriously than we have so far. Games can, though not always, but games can be tools of self-actualization like art, music, poetry, literature and religion. As a matter of fact, the humble little tabletop role-playing game represents the most significant development in the history of myth in perhaps centuries. Furthermore, it is the culmination of long-standing trends in myth that began in the middle ages. And  ...

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