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Episode 360: Sir Gawain “the Rock” Johnson

September 6th, 2019 | Robin

This week’s Gaming Hut comes to you by telegram as Patreon backer Jay Tea asks us how to research and deploy historical communications technology, oh let’s say, FALL OF DELTA GREEN.

Patreon backer Jeff Kahrs gathers us to in the Cinema Hut to ask why there is only one good Arthurian movie.

In Ken and/or Robin Talk to Someone Else, we learn what’s new with Magpie Games as its impresario Mark Diaz Truman realizes he has a mid-tier RPG publisher on his hands. Warning: contains friendly f-bombs.

Finally the Consulting Occultist takes a day trip to the Tower of London to inspect the arcane sigils of imprisoned sorcerer Hew Draper. Want to pose a question to the show? Get your priority question asking access with your support for the KARTAS Patreon!

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Does your head buzz with game ideas? Then you need The White Box! This indispensable toolbox gives you not only the meeples, cubes, dice, tokens, and discs you need to prototype your design but the deep expertise of 25 essays ranging from the theoretical to the practical. Brought to you by Atlas Games and Gameplaywright. Ken’s latest roleplaying game, The Fall of Delta Green, is now available in print or PDF or both from Pelgrane Press. Journey to the head-spinning chaos of the late 1960s, back when everyone’s favorite anti-Cthulhu special ops agency hadn’t gone rogue yet, for this pulse-pounding GUMSHOE game of war, covert action, and Mythos horror.

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6 Responses to “Episode 360: Sir Gawain “the Rock” Johnson”

  1. Jamie aka Jay Tea says:

    Thanks for the answer chaps !

  2. Douglas Sundseth says:

    Western Union was sending halftone photos by 1921. This required a dedicated machine and line. By the late 1930s, most big newspapers had the capability to use AP’s Wirephoto service. (You can sometimes see this used in 1930s movies.) I don’t think it would be at all surprising to find a covert agency, even a fairly small covert agency, with the capability to wire a photo.

  3. Matt M. says:

    The Starz series Camelot had a chance to be that prestige premium-cable version of the Arthur myth, but it really dropped the ball. It’s worst crime was wasting the pitch perfect casting of Eva Green as Morgan Le Fay.

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