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Episode 272: We Laugh At Your Fireball

December 15th, 2017 | Robin

Our throats showing the wear of travel to that most lurghy-inducing of wonderlands, we issue a Travel Advisory on Dragonmeet and the Modigliani show at the Tate Modern in London.

In the Gaming Hut we compare and contrast two ways of structuring mystery scenarios: Robin’s Maze of Clues and Ken’s Ocean of Clues.

Longtime listeners are already bracing themselves for what comes next. The fall of the British pound places a heavy burden on the structural integrity of Ken’s Bookshelf, as he comes back laden with treasures from Treadwell’s, Foyle’s, and the Tate gift shop.

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Snag Ken and Robin merchandise at TeePublic.

In Atlas Games’ wickedly different cooperative deck-building game Witches of the Revolution, you and your doughty coven fight the American Revolution the way it was really fought: with spells aplenty! Resurrect Ben Franklin, cure Paul Revere of lycanthropy and keep those red-coated witch hunters at bay.

Sink your fangs into an amazing deal as the Dracula Dossier haunts the Bundle of Holding. This bargain is so unbelievable that it can’t see itself in the mirror, and ends on December 27th!

For decades Tove Gillbring of Askfageln has been a beacon of Swedish gaming. Now her cancer has returned, and she’s determined to focus the rest of her life on an ultimate burst of creative fireworks. Help her husband Anders make that happen by supporting the LOVE TOVE crowdfunding campaign.

Delta Green Game Moderators, take heart! Reinforcements have arrived in the form of the Delta Green Handler’s Guide from Arc Dream Publishing, bursting with operational details, threats and eldritch history to keep your players locked, loaded, and terrified.

3 Responses to “Episode 272: We Laugh At Your Fireball”

  1. Bryan Lovely says:

    If you asked me if I wanted to be cursed by a seasoned Egyptian enchantress, I would have to de-myrrh.

  2. John Rauchert says:

    Elongated heads and long necks are also a feature of the Amarna/Akhenaten period in Ancient Egyptian Art.

  3. Jim Roberts says:

    And with that, I’m caught up. Back in July, I finally gave into Jack Gulick’s insistence that I listen to this podcast and started from the very beginning. And now I know the sorrow your regular listeners must feel when they get to the end f a new episode and realize they have to wait a whole week for the next one.

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