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Episode 86: Al-Qaeda Doesn’t Read Their Comments

April 25th, 2014 | Robin

Pull up an extra special chair in the Gaming Hut as we look at ways to put guest players to good use.

In the Tradecraft Hut, Ken helps listener Rick Jonzz start a beginner’s tradecraft bookshelf.

In Ask Ken and Robin, Joshua Weiss wonders what we might say about miniatures in narrative-based gaming.

Then we flip Ken’s Time Machine to mythic setting, assigning him to stop Circe from turning Odysseus men into pigs.

It’s yo ho ho and a pocketful of doubloons as Atlas Games surveys the seven seas from the crow’s nest that is our coveted anchor sponsor slot. Parrot on its shoulder, it orders up another special deal for Ken and Robin listeners, this time in the form of their innovative game of piratical nautical warfare, Pieces of Eight.


2 Responses to “Episode 86: Al-Qaeda Doesn’t Read Their Comments”

  1. Jeromy French says:


    Dulles, Allen (1963) – The Craft of Intelligence: America’s Legendary Spy Master on the Fundamentals of Intelligence Gathering for a Free World.
    Furst, Alan (1991) – Dark Star.
    Furst, Alan (1988) – Night Soldiers.
    Le Carre, John (1979) – Smiley’s People
    Wallace, Robert and H. Keith Melton (2009) – Spycraft: The Secret History of the CIA’s Spytechs, from Communism to Al-Qaeda.

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