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[Corrected] Episode 472: Running Away from a Bush

November 20th, 2021 | Robin

An all-request episode kicks off with a Gaming Hut question from beloved backer Tom Abella, who wants to know if, when playtesting, there is such a thing as too good a GM.

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Finally, sleek and wily backer Ross Ireland inquires after a staple of the Eliptony Hut we’ve never quite explained: what’s the deal with alien big cats?

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3 Responses to “[Corrected] Episode 472: Running Away from a Bush”

  1. Allen Wilkins says:

    What’s different about the “corrected” episode?

  2. Phil Masters says:

    I’m not sure where Ken got the idea that we had lions in Britain in the Middle Ages. The closest you can cone is fossils going back to the last Ice Age. (The actual Ice Age, not the Little Ice Age.) We had wolves until the 16th, maybe even the 18th, century, but no big cats.

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