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Episode 207: It’s Pronounced “Executive”

September 9th, 2016 | Robin

Our 207th installment starts on a tripartite note as Patreon backer Andrew Young pops his head into the Gaming Hut to ask about the pertinence of three-act structure in roleplaying scenarios.

Speaking of Andrews, the Tradecraft Hut opens the case file on East German spymaster Markus Wolf, at the behest of backer Andrew Collins.

In Ken and/or Robin Talk To Someone Else, we invite Jeff Tidball to reveal all about Atlas Games’ upcoming GUMSHOE game set in Ars Magica’s Mythic Europe.

Having left a suitable interval for you all to finish your binge-watching, we then turn on the Television Hut for a much-requested chat about “Stranger Things.”

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3 Responses to “Episode 207: It’s Pronounced “Executive””

  1. Steve Dempsey says:

    One of the big thing I loved about ST was the confidence to not really have jump scares.

  2. Derek Upham says:

    “GUMSHEW Stones”

  3. Nathaniel says:

    For the film hut, Markus Wolf’s brother Konrad Wolf was an excellent director. The best film to start with is “Ich war neunzehn” (“I was nineteen”), about a young German whose family fled to the Soviet Union because they were Communist and Jewish coming back to Germany at the end of World War 2 with the Red Army.

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