Episode 232: Cat Hamlet Half-Elf Robot
March 10th, 2017 | Robin
The Gaming Hut may seem friendly and bucolic, but this time it’s full of danger, as we riff a cast of conspiratorial small town NPCs.
Take your seat and suppress your coughing as the Culture Hut gets classical. Patreon backer Noel Warford asks us for the scoop on such theosophically influenced composers as Henry Cowell, Dane Rudhyar and Leo Ornstein.
In Ask Ken and Robin, Patreon backer Ronan Kennedy seeks advice on running an NPC as a member of the party.
Then we enter the Eliptony Hut, which has been outfitted with an orgone accumulator for our discussion of Wilhelm Reich.
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