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Episode 407: You May Be Competent

August 7th, 2020 | Robin

In the Gaming Hut beloved Patreon backer Gene Ha asks about trusting players with knowledge of upcoming secrets, for example the vampire content in Night’s Black Agents.

The Tradecraft Hut delves into the spying career of Dutch painter Jan van Eyck.

Werewolves, vampires and Frankensteins all fit readily into a weird war environment, like The Yellow King RPG’s The Wars. In the Horror Hut, we ask how mummies might stalk the battlefield.

Finally we use Ken’s Time Machine to find out what happens to the timeline if the Quasi-War erupts into full scale conflict between the US and France.

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One Response to “Episode 407: You May Be Competent”

  1. Tom Vallejos says:

    You made an error concerning the first Mummy movie from 1932. The Mummy’s name was Imhotep. In his 20th guise, Imhotep called himself Ardeth Bey. Which is an anagram for “Death By Ra”
    Some book somewhere might have the reason for the name switch from Imhotep to Kharis.

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