Episode 194: Knocking Off Early For Gin and Lemonade
June 10th, 2016 | Robin
The Gaming Hut becomes a boat we might just die in as Patreon backer Luke Wassink asks us to make environmental obstacles suspenseful and compelling.
In Among My Many Hats, Ken tells us about his new Dark Osprey book, The Cthulhu Wars: the United States’ Battle Against the Mythos.
Hey, who covered the floor of the Eliptony Hut with Toynbee tiles?
And Ken’s Time Machine tackles its deepest mystery yet, as Phil Masters asks Ken why he claimed to be from Porlock.
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