Ben has been tormenting himself with the following question: Why aren’t there better adventures out there? Even great games often only have mediocre adventures. This has led him to a theory of RPGs entitled “Encounter Theory.” He discusses it in this trenchant episode. Plot Points now has a Patreon! Support the show, and you’ll get more Plot Points! You might also get NPR-style episodes, like this one! Check out this episode!
Ben’s writing a book about the sale of TSR to Wizards of the Coast, and Brad and Sarah ask him about it. He talks about how the artist, Gerald Brom, found work at TSR in the late 1980s. Email Plot Points at firstname.lastname@example.org. On Twitter we’re @PlotPointsPod Thanks to Chris Koterba for producing, and 50 Breaks for the tunes! Image by Brom, and courtesy Pinnacle Publishing Check out this episode!
Tales from the Loop from Free League and Modiphius Entertainment is a role-playing game of children and teens exploring high science mysteries. Originally published in Swedish, the game was translated by Modiphius with new material set in the USA written by genius Matt Forbeck. Email Plot Points at email@example.com. On Twitter we’re @PlotPointsPod Thanks to Chris Koterba for producing, and 50 Breaks for the tunes! Image courtesy Modiphius and Free League. Check ...