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Good show!

By discopetey - Jun 08 2016
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Chock full of information and beer, each episode is like a party in your ear!

Drunks

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These guys are a bunch of drunks from Michconson or Wishigan.

iTunes Ratings

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Good show!

By discopetey - Jun 08 2016
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Chock full of information and beer, each episode is like a party in your ear!

Drunks

By Kevin the TEXAN - Mar 25 2016
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These guys are a bunch of drunks from Michconson or Wishigan.
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Rank #1: DSR Episode 8.2: The 5lephant In The Room

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Something something something podcast
Our Guests
+Shane Harsch
+Andrew Lenox

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Guest Notes

Shane
Andy

Show Notes

Andy started a conversation on the OSR...
The OSR doesn't matter, but it totally matters
Nostalgia can be a component but isn't the end all and be all of OSR gaming
The OSR isn't a monolith
Is OSRIC a disaster that adds nothing to the community or does it preserve a gaming legacy that might get relegated to the past?
Playing D&D vs. Gaming D&D?

The challenge of 5e (as Adam sees it): can 5e live up to its promise of bringing everybody back to the same table? Or will it fail and under-deliver like 3e did?

Narosia - Village of Gilkas (sp?)... watch for it!

D&D 5e Starter Set - Lost Mines of Phandelver

  • Bad beginning, great sandbox
  • No character creation rules in the Starter Set, just pregens (then Shane had some nonsense to say about faking it)
Free "Basic D&D" is a good idea

  • OSR publishers already do that (Swords & Wizardry, Labyrinth Lord, LotFP, etc.)
  • No more excuses!
Adam talks about WinterCon over here.
And then talked about Marmalade Dog con over here.

Advantage: roll 2d20, take the higher
Disadvantage: roll 2d20, take the lower
DCC Dice Chain: If things are harder, reduce the die you're rolling one or two steps on the dice; if easier, improve the die one or more steps. A d20 can become a d16 or d14 if unfavorable, d24 or d30 if favorable.

Backgrounds - How much depth do narrative mechanics like this add within the game? Is it a crutch? A straightjacket? A useful tool?

5e DMG - pretty damn great

  • Adam says 1e DMG is better, Shane & Donn say 5e DMG beats it
  • Game customization options in the DMG are essential to Adam
  • Donn: It's all in there!
  • Donn: Will this DMG make better DMs?
    • Andy: Lack of specific rules for specific situations creates more opportunity for better rulings-logic
  • Andy: Creative hand-holding is helpful
5e PHB - pretty damn awful
  • Adam doesn't think that the 5e PHB is inclusive from a racial standpoint
  • Adam and Shane disagree on what counts or not as inclusion
  • #halflinggate
Adam's going to get up on a soapbox for a moment: All of this stuff is fantasy. If you're going to hide behind a veil of "historical accuracy," you're in the wrong place. The big point of fantasy is that we're making this shit up anyway, so why not take the opportunity to make things more open and accepting? What's the point of not making things more inclusive? What does that gain you? Nothing whatsoever. 

Player Skill vs. Character Skill?

Adventure Arcs/Seasons - Tyranny of Dragons, etc.

  • Adam gets it as a marketing decision, but doesn't like it. 
  • Zak Smith's "My Advice to WotC Now That 5e Has Rolled Out
  • Andy: Give me the modules, but make the world surrounding them vague. I'm here for the world building.
  • Adam: It's disingenuous to write continuity rather than teach how people how to make it for themselves.
  • Shane: Wizards only has to do one thing, let everyone else figure out how to serve the rest of the market.
Glass Door rating of Wizards of the Coast

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Feb 26 2015

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Rank #2: Episode 9.2: World Building and Campaign Sufficiency

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Our Guest
+Rafael Chandler

Guest Notes

Rafael 

Show Notes

Email from +Pete Schwab:
Hey Adam/Donn,
I was just listening to the episode about running con games and I'm finding it very informative. If there's an opportunity, could you guys do a show covering how you approach developing material for campaign settings from scratch? 
What are the essential ingredients for getting started, and how much do you feel like you need to have on hand before you begin? Also, what are considerations in terms of rules sets and how much do you feel like you need to tailor aspects before hand based on player temperament/style?  
Thanks, I am really enjoying the show! Keep up the good work!
Rafael likes to do a brainstorming session with his players about what the campaign setting is going to be like.

Rafael: "I believe, as did Zuul, that the players should choose the implements of their own demise."

Adam uses the term "campaign sufficiency" to mean "enough detail to start a campaign."

Adam: "I give them the object then let them paint it."

Rafael on improvising creatures: "I roll 2d8 and multiply them for the monster's hit points. I take the higher die and add 10 to it to get its armor class. The lower number +1d6 is the amount of damage it does." Then he uses a chart for special details.

Adam: "Don't cheat yourself! Come up with a new way to do stuff every time."

Donn brings up GM Burnout... we think that's such an important topic that we devoted Episode 10.2 to the whole topic.

Donn: "There isn't a 'doin' it right.'"

Donn: "World building adds confidence because I know the answers."

Rafael: (Great anecdote about campaign play) "Let your players' decisions count and help them add meaning to your campaign."

Adam: "Look for the opportunities your players give you and make them deal with the consequences of the things they do or don't do."

Rafael: "I don't want to make things that make people flip through a book."

Tables and Random Generators are pretty much the most useful thing you can have for improv.

Adam: "I only want enough to run the first session. Everything else comes out of that one session."

Donn: "How much do you give the players?"

Adam: "If you make a thing, why would you hide it from your players?"

Rafael: (Blind men & the elephant) "Failing at gathering information should never happen, that's not the risk of the game."

Rafael: "Part of your obligation as a DM is to take these random bits of data and interpret them and turn them into something meaningful."

Rafael: "Part of the job is figuring out 'What is the best way to turn this into a bad situation for the players?'"

Donn: "You want the game to flow, not to sit around anticipating the next 'story arc.'"

Rafael: "If I can't remember it, it doesn't matter."

Adam's session sheet is based on +Brendan S from the Necropraxis blog, which you should all be reading. [Brendan's session sheet]

MEAT DWARF!

Third Rail

Do the skills that a thief class brings to the game justify the existence of the thief within that game?

Rafael: "The game would be incomplete without a specialist in the environment. Fighters are combat specialist, wizards are magic specialist, why not a specialist in the dungeon itself?"

Donn: "It's in the source material, so it's not even a question for me."

Adam: "I'm more interested in the narrative that the players are telling, so I'm less worried about having to have skills and a class that does things that a player could just narrate, but it's fine to me if players want those elements. Is the Grey Mouser a thief or a fighter? Depends on how you look at it."

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Mar 12 2015

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Rank #3: DSR Actual Play: DSR Learns Fate

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Invoke situational aspect: "Kickass Podcast"
Our GM
+Nathan Panke

Players
+Edgar Johnson
+Donn Stroud
+Adam Muszkiewicz

Several episodes ago, we put out a challenge to our listeners: teach Donn & Adam how to play Fate! We'd tried before, but didn't quite grasp key elements of the system. The excellent Mr. Nathan Panke stepped up to the plate and decided to take that challenge. We wrangled up the Reverand Doctor Edgar Johnson III to round out our team and proceeded down this particular rabbit hole.

In this first episode of our "actual play" session, Nathan gets us going on Fate Core, gives us a crash course on the system and Adam has a nearly existential crisis about the system's jargon.

Stay tuned for the next episode, where the system really "clicks" for the group as we take on General Tso himself!

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Mar 09 2015

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Rank #4: Old School Games Design Panel at UCon

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We recorded the OSR Old School Games Design Panel discussion at Ucon in Ypsilanti, MI. +Adam Muszkiewicz  couldn't make it Friday night so +Donn Stroud  jumped in at the last minute sans prep, but with the trusty DSR digital recorder.
The Panel:
+Brendan LaSalle
+Stacy Dellorfano
+R.J. Thompson
+Bill Webb
Thanks for joining us for this episode of Drink Spin Run. If you like what you've heard, share us with your friends, leave us an iTunes review or send us an email at dsr@kickassistan.net. You can also support us at http://www.patreon.com/DSRCast. Our theme music was generously provided by the band Blue Snaggletooth (http://bluesnaggletooth.bandcamp.com). Once again, thanks for listening, you gorgeous listeners.

Dec 01 2016

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Rank #5: DSR Episode 8.1: Shane & Andy

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Here come the podcast
Our Guests
+Shane Harsch
+Andrew Lenox

Show Notes after the jump!

Guest Notes

Shane
Andy

Show Notes

Drink

Black Rye, Founders' Brewery, Grand Rapids, MI
Dirty Bastard, Founders' Brewery, Grand Rapids, MI
Dragon's Milk, New Holland Brewery, Holland, MI
Buffalo Trace
Anderson Valley Bourbon Barrel Stout, Anderson Valley Brewing Co., Boonville, CA
Allagash Curieux, Allagash Brewery, Portland, Maine

Spin

4skins - [Edit: thanks to +Jobe Bittman for setting Adam straight on the spelling of "4skins"]
Sham 69
Cocksparrer
Spotify - duh
Hawkwind
Stray
Flower Travellin' Band, Satori
Pallbearer
Kvelertak
Ghost BC
Ancient Warlocks
Django Reinhardt

Read

The King in Yellow, Robert Chalmers
5e books - Donn phoned this one in
Bossy Pants, Tina Fey
George Washington's Secret Six, Kilmeade & Yaeger
Book of the New Sun, Gene Wolfe
A Whack on the Side of the Head, Roger van Oech

Run

World of Dungeons x Delving Deeper
Donn was Hubbsed
D&D 5e playtesting of Narosia
Lost Mines of Phandelver... plus kids!
Storyteller Cards

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Feb 26 2015

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Rank #6: DSR Episode 5.2: Props, Visual Aids & Maps At The Table

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Do a little dance, make a little love, wait for the podcast to load.
Our guests:
Rev. Dr. +Edgar Johnson III
+Andrew Moss

Show Notes after the jump

This episode recorded on 12/08/2014.

Show Notes

Chessex Battle Mat
Crystal Caste Combat Mat [Adam's preferred mat]
Noteboard (it only has one size of hexes, though; Adam got that detail wrong)
Dwarven Forge
Legendary Realms Terrain
Hirst Arts (this didn't get mentioned, but deserves a look)
D&D 4e Dungeon Tiles
B1: In Search of the Unknown
Call of Cthulhu RPG
Paranoia RPG
Barrowmaze Complete
Lesser Gnome Whisper & Venom boxed set

[Edit] Here's a pic of some of Donn's handouts


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Jan 16 2015

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Rank #7: DSR Mini Episode 1: Adam & Donn Sell Out

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Prepare to calculate the jump to hyperspace!

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Jan 13 2015

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Rank #8: DSR Episode 6.1: Jon & Jerry

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Jerry is clearly the mouse, but I think Jon is the zombie, not a cat.
Our Guests+Jon Gilmour co-designer of Dead of Winter+Jerry Hawthorne designer of Mouse & Mystics
Show Notes after the jump

This episode was recorded on 12/22/14

Drink

Milk Stout Nitro Left Hand Brewing, Longmont, COBell's Two Hearted Ale, Bell's Brewery Kalamazoo, MI
Bell's Double Cream Stout, Bell's Brewery
Kentucky Bourbon Stout, could this be from Lexington Brewery Co.?
Chocolate Sombrero, Clown Shoes & Mercury Brewing Co., Ipswitch, MA

Spin

Rusted Root, When I WokeBuck 65, Neverlove, This Right Here Is
Colossus, ...And The Sepulcher of the Mirror Warlocks
Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, Of Natural History

Read

[Adam totally got this part out of order]The Sixth Gun, Oni Press
A New Earth, Eckhart Tolle
Hogfather, Terry Pratchett
Kyrik: Warrior Warlock, Gardner Fox

Run

Marvel Dice Masters/Quarriors
Star Wars Imperial Assault
Arcadia Quest
Dungeon!
Hero Kids RPG
Dagger RPG
Adventures in Oz RPG
Happy Birthday Robot
[The Bundle of Holding collection that Jon mentioned has expired by this episode's air date]
The Old God's Return, Michael Curtis
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Jan 26 2015

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Rank #9: Drink Spin Run S3 1.1: Daniel and Kiel

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Adam knows just how full of it he is.

Our Guests

+Kiel Chenier
+Daniel Bishop

Show Notes after the jump

Guest Notes

Kiel Chenier

Daniel Bishop

Show Notes

Drink

French Press Vanilla Stout, Double Trouble Brewing Company, Guelph, Ontario
No Rules Vietnamese Porter, Perrin Brewery, Grand Rapids, MI
New Crustacean Barleywineish Imperial IPA Sorta, Rogue Brewery, Ashland OR
Verdun Biere de Garde, Brewery Vivant, Grand Rapids, MI

Spin

Weedcraft
Spaceslug
Some Podcasts Kiel was listening to: The Comedy Button & Cool Games, Inc.
We Got It From Here... Thank You 4 Your Service, A Tribe Called Quest
Moana soundtrack (seriously Daniel?)
Storybots Super Songs (on Netflix)
The Unexplained podcast

Read

Uzumaki, Junji Ito
The Mucker, Edgar Rice Burroughs
The Lies of Locke Lamorra, Scott Lynch
The Hastur Cycle

Run

Kiel: Some play tests of Reynaldo Madriñan's 'BREAK!!', also a bunch of D&D 5e.
Daniel: Fire in the Mountain, Frozen in Time, Gnome Jambalaya...5 games at Gary Con!
Donn: Bronze Age DCC!
Adam: Runequest 6!
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Apr 20 2017

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Rank #10: Drink Spin Run S3 1.2: Mining Childhood and Fairy Tales

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Daniel's Cat-in-the-Hat voice is the stuff of nightmares.

Our Guests

+Kiel Chenier
+Daniel Bishop

Show Notes after the jump

Guest Notes

Kiel Chenier

Daniel Bishop

Show Notes

+Stacy Dellorfano's Zaya's Promise [[HERE]]
+Harley Stroh's Bride of the Black Manse [[PDF HERE]] [[PRINT HERE]]
+Pearce Shea's In The Woods [[HERE]]

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Apr 18 2017

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Rank #11: Drink Spin Run S3 E2.1

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In this episode, Adam tears his finger open with pliers. How? Listen and learn, folks.
Our Guests:

+Jarrod Shaw

Show Notes after the jump

Guest Notes

Jarrod Shaw of MYTHOARD!

Show Notes

Drink

A dude on a turtleJarrod was drinking what sounded like an awful mess that Donn thinks should taste like a peach cobblerHop Cocoa, Wicked Weed, Asheville, NCNosferatu Imperial Red Ale, Great Lakes Brewing, Cleveland OHOctoRock Semi-Sweet Cider, Starcut Ciders, Elk Rapids, MI

Spin

Archers of Loaf
Mary Halvorson Octet 
Nurgle, Me and That Man
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Murder Ballads

Read

OpenQuest 2
Chaosium's The Hastur Cycle
Mysteries of the Worm, Robert Bloch

Run

Jarrod has been running OpenQuest 2
Modded into "Arena Trent"
Donn ran his DCC campaign
Check out Adam's RuneQuest6 Elder Wilds game [HERE]

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May 08 2017

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Rank #12: DSR Episode 7.2: Our Favorite Old School Adventure Modules

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Is that a brief pause while the podcast loads in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?
Our Guests:
+Noah Stevens
+James Spahn

Show Notes after the jump

This episode was recorded on 01/05/15

Guest Links

Noah Stevens

James Spahn

Show Notes

BSOLO: Ghost of Lion Castle
I1: Dwellers in the Forbidden City
I6: Ravenloft
Escape From Innsmouth
B4: The Lost City
B10: Night's Dark Terror
B2: Keep on the Borderlands
Dead Man Stomp - Adam seriously couldn't find a better link. How lame!
B3: Palace of the Silver Princess
The Enemy Within
Tatooine Manhunt
Barrowmaze Complete
Master Dungeons M1: Dragora's Dungeon
Tomb of the Iron God
Death Frost Doom

Third Rail

James - "Actually game!"
Noah - "Spend less money, write more!" - Later "Try 5e!"
Donn - "Reboot the campaign! Finish writing some things!"
Adam - "3 issues of Metal Gods! 1st adventure from KMT Publications! Draw a bit every day!"

Adam decided to keep Donn in the dark, so he didn't provide links for the stuff that Noah was referencing.

The "Edgar & Tim talk about gaming and education" episode is still forthcoming.

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Feb 12 2015

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Rank #13: DSR Episode 7.1: James & Noah

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Your podcast will be served up fresh momentarily.
Our Guests:

+Noah Stevens
+James Spahn

Show Notes after the jump

This episode was recorded on 01/05/15

Guest Links

Noah Stevens

James Spahn

Show Notes

Drink

Fifth Voyage Coconut Porter, Cranker's Brewery, Big Rapids, MI
Wizard Burial Ground, Brewery Vivant, Grand Rapids, MI
James was drinking old, reheated coffee, and I'm stunned that I'm writing that fact down
Cutlass Amber Lager, Heavy Seas, Baltimore, MD

Spin

The Heavy Eyes, s/t and Maera
Behemoth
Wilson Pickett
Judas Priest
Rob Zombie
Carpathian Forest
Emperor
Wolves in the Throne Room

Read

Warlock of Witch World, Andre Norton
Raising Steam, Terry Pratchett
Time-Traveler's Guide to Medieval Europe, Ian Mortimer
19th century anonymous British porn [I really wasn't sure how to handle that]

Run

Into the Odd
Lamentations of the Flame Princess
Warhammer 40,000
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Feb 06 2015

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Rank #14: DSR Episode 6.2: Role Play Elements In Board Games

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In the time it takes you read this, the podcast will probably have loaded. Or will shortly thereafter.

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Our Guests
+Jon Gilmour co-designer of Dead of Winter
+Jerry Hawthorne designer of Mice & Mystics

Show Notes after the jump

This episode was recorded on 12/22/14

Show Notes

Soggy Bog of Doom
Earth, Primitive and Deadly
Sleep, "The Clarity"
Electric Wizard, "Time to Die"
Cough
Bongripper, "Miserable"

HeroQuest - it is indeed a magical thing

Arcadia Quest

Pathfinder Adventure Card Game - has RPG elements, but not Role Play elements - doesn't make you feel like you're playing that character

Warhammer Quest - Jerry felt the strongest RP elements came in "in town" rather than in the dungeon.

Red Dragon Inn - Competitive RP?

Necromunda/Mordheim/Gorka Morka

White Bear & Red Moon

Dread

Claustrophobia

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Jan 29 2015

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Rank #15: Drink Spin Run S2 E9.2: Creative Campagin Settings

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Ben and Erik join us to discuss creative campaigns.
Our Guests
+Erik Jensen
+Ben Djarum
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Dec 04 2016

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Rank #16: Drink Spin Run S2 E12.2: The Mythic Underworld

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Nov 09 2016

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Rank #17: Drink Spin Run S2 E12.1: Jason Sholtis and Mike Evans

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Nov 09 2016

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Rank #18: Drink Spin Run S2 10.1: Stacy Dellorfano

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Yes, Adam might be in a deep, dark cave.
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Nov 05 2016

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Rank #19: Drink Spin Run S2 E10.2: Inclusion

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Nov 05 2016

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Rank #20: Drink Spin Run S2 E9.1: Erik and Ben

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Something clever goes here
Our Guests
+Erik Jensen
+Ben Djarum
Show Notes after the jump

Guest Notes

Erik Jensen

Ben Djarum

Show Notes

Drink

Tree Bucket (previously "Trebuchet") Belgian-Inspired Double IPA, Brewery Vivant, Grand Rapids, MI
Gosling Ginger Beer + Fireball
Boris the Crusher, Hopping Frog Brewery, Akron, OH
Distorter Porter, Greenbush Brewery, Sawyer, MI

Spin

Amebix radio on Pandora
Windhand
Weird Al
XTC
Loretta Lynn
Hexvessel
Wanda Jackson
Voidcrawler
Mulatu Astatke
Kult of the Wizard
In the Company of Serpents
Odd Future & Tyler, the Creator

Read

Elric series by Michael Moorcock... chronologically
RE Howard (obviously)
WH Pugmire
Savage Sword of Conan
Afghanistan: A Military History, Steven Tanner (Adam couldn't find a link)
Quag Keep, Andre Norton
Well World series, Jack Chalker
Playing At The World, Jon Peterson
Invisible Cities, Italo Calvino (again)
Yngarr zine
Gongfarmer's Almanac zines
The Night Land, William Hope Hodgson

Run

Donn ran some DCC.
Erik was getting ready to run WAMPUS COUNTRY!
Erik was planning to run Ghost Tower of Inverness using the Marvel Super Heroes RPG at Legacies Game Day.
Ben had run some Into The Odd.
Adam went to GaryCon and only played in two sessions and ran them both. He ran +Pearce Shea's Monster Parts (not to be confused with Monsterhearts) and Torchbearer. Adam's wife Katie ran "MuppetMorphosis Alpha," Metamorphosis Alpha set on the Swine Trek.

Our intro bumps were graciously provided by the one and only +Gabriel Perez Gallardi.

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Jul 15 2016

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