Sunday, July 10, 2011

Episode 7: Narrative Role Playing

This episode got mauled by some random editing, so everything other than the topic got mauled. Luckily, the topic remained, and is actually really good in our opinion. We hope you like it as much as we do.

Seven divided by two is three and a half. High school education, you fail me once more.

How to make a narrative RPG (or as Mark likes to call it, how to play Dread right now)

The Mystery of the Stick

Add Native Americans to people Michael accidentally offends

Our exposure to narrative role-playing (Also, our more quick listeners will pick up on my ultra-ninja code-talking)

I'd like to note that I had, and still have, no clue whether the term 'gimped out' means overpowered or underpowered. Feel free to send hate mail to Your mail will be read aloud on the show if it is in limerick form.

Michael's narrative experience and it's necessity from the story he tells (about D&D god kings of space winning everything forever)

Mark's Long History with Role Playing Games

Mary Sue's adventure

The Psychotic Dice


Shavage Worlds (Show email) (Michael) (Jeff) (Mark)

1 comment:

  1. Woot, right on the money. This topic has been bouncing around my skull all summer.

    Heads up! Game Chef 2011 begins July 15th