Episode 4: The Fourth is with You!

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This week’s topic “How to Pick a Game, and what to do when the game goes wrong.”

Episode 4

FAVORITE GAMES OF THE WEEK

Qin: The Warring States

7th Sea

Scion

CURRENTLY PLAYING

Deadlands Classic

SHOUTOUTS

Sorry Qin fans, I screwed up my Yin and Yang colors. White is Yang and Black is Yin.

Also, as promised: Chariots of the Gods

MUSIC SECTION

“Roll the Dice, Make my Day” by the Mustard Men
“Victim of the Blues” Tracy Nelson
“Bury Me” Girls Names
“It’s a Fight” Definne, Definne
“Moonlight Over the Spring River Lui Tsun-Yuen

GAMES MENTIONED

7th Sea
GURPS 4th Edition
Geist: The Sin Eaters
Scion
Deadlands Classic
AD&D
Castles & Crusades
Expedition to the Barrier Peaks
Dresden Files RPG
Vampire: The Requiem
Star Wars D6
The Shadow of Yesterday
Trail of Cthulhu
d20
Mortal Coil
Savage Worlds
Qin: The Warring States
Ravenloft
Shard
Tropas Galácticas
Innocentes
Changeling: The Lost
Promethan: The Created

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3 Responses to Episode 4: The Fourth is with You!

  1. Ian Warner says:

    I only ever had one game balls up completely and that was Red Dwarf.

    Most of it was because nobody got the system least of all me.

    Then again the Bruce Campbell Wax Droid strapping a bag of high explosives to a horse then riding it towards the rest of the party didn’t help.

  2. 3rik says:

    I’ve never heared or read anything about d20, (A)D&D or Pathfinder that made me even want to consider trying them.

  3. joewolz says:

    I bought into the hype around 2000, but outside of C&C, I have no desire to play d20 games, really. I much prefer retro-clones to 3.x or Pathfinder. I’m personally not a fan of 4th edition D&D, either, but I’d love to hear someone describe how they run it.

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