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Episode 244: You Have to Sit in the Jar

June 2nd, 2017 | Robin

We knew you were going to join us in the Gaming Hut, where we answer Patreon backer Bret Kramer’s question on running omniscient GMCs as allies or enemies of the player characters.

In the Food Hut we look at cocktails, subject of a recently concluded quest by Robin.

The Tradecraft Hut goes Gallic with the 101 on French intelligence services.

Finally the Consulting Occultist looks at the arcane geography of 1930s Los Angeles times as manipulated by L.A. Times publisher Harry Chandler and revealed in the pages of Cthulhu Confidential.

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One Response to “Episode 244: You Have to Sit in the Jar”

  1. Chris Kalley says:

    In the world of coincidence, I hit a doozy this weekend. Listened to the episode on Saturday while driving down to see some friends. One of my friends went to a ‘Canadian’ restaurant here in Dallas, and mentioned the weird cocktail someone else in the group had. So I piped up with ‘A bloody Caesar?’ Yep, so I went from total ignorance of the drink to being able to discuss it thanks to the wonders of KARTAS. Also, I finally remembered to look up what a ‘Aviation’ is (For those who haven’t looked, gin, maraschino liqueur, crème de violette, and lemon juice), and that does sound tasty

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