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After a hiatus in excess of three months, we're back.

Our friend Jen Decker joins us for this RPG extravaganza! We discuss Jared Sorensen's InSpectres (published by Memento Mori Theatricks), Robin Laws' The Esoterrorists (published by Pelgrane Press), and our own homebrew post-apocalyptic Savage Worlds campaign.

Speaking of Savage Worlds, Clint Black joins us for another installment of Little Black Book, wherein we discuss The Savage World of Solomon Kane.

A long episode, but it's been a long time coming. And believe it or not, we left stuff out!

Links of the Games We Discussed:
InSpectres
The Esoterrorists
Savage Worlds: Explorer's Edition
The Savage World of Solomon Kane

Other Links:

Pelgrane Press - home of the Gumshoe System and the Dying Earth RPG
Robin's Laws of Good Gamemastering


Direct download: tgtt029.mp3
Category:TGTT Classic -- posted at: 11:12pm MDT
Comments[5]

  • It\\\'s great to see The Game\\\'s The Thing back \\\'on the air\\\'. Nice show. Hats off to you both. -M-

    posted by: Martin on 2008-03-26 04:23:00

  • Great podcast! Your discussion on InSpecters made me start looking into that game and it has jumped to the top of my \\\"want\\\" list. That\\\'s neat to hear that you\\\'re using the Righteous Rage rule in your Shaintar game. Based on my own Shaintar experience I can say that it sounds pretty like it could be a really good fit.

    posted by: Thaddeus on 2008-04-17 16:48:00

  • Sorry I broke your laptop... And gave you an ear infection... :-) Great to have you guys back!!! Woo AND Hoo!!!

    posted by: Scott on 2008-03-22 12:36:00

  • Mutant City Blues sounds a lot like the comic book Powers by Brian Michael Bendis: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Powers_(comics) great to have you back online!

    posted by: Ted on 2008-03-24 17:00:00

  • Ted, you\\\'re right. That\\\'s the first thing I thought of, and I used to read Powers. Loved it! BTW, Veronica and I agree it feels great to be back!

    posted by: Ron on 2008-03-24 17:24:00

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