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Episode 065: Old Queue and 2010

We finally take care of 2009 business to make way for 2010, already in progress.

Apocalypse Prevention, Inc.
Burning Empires
Con on the Cob
Dragon's Age
Faery's Tale Deluxe
Pulp Gamer
Savage Worlds
Serenity RPG
Smiling Jack's Bar & Grill
Southern Arizona Gamers Association
Swords & Wizardry
Weight Watchers


Direct download: tgtt065.mp3
Category:TGTT Classic -- posted at: 10:42pm MDT

  • Great to have you guys back! And if you ever want to check out a truly excellent con a bit closer to home, consider KublaCon in Burlingame, California! I\\\'ve made the trip up from L.A. every year for the past six years or so and I wouldn\\\'t miss it for the world!

    posted by: Ogma on 2010-03-02 11:28:00

  • Loved the podcast (your visit to us was the best part though :)) and I\\\'ll just have to arrange for a babysitter next time so we can all attend the Savage Saturday Night! Although we might need reservations - they didn\\\'t have a spot for us even if we weren\\\'t on gamer mom duty. Glad you guys got around to finishing up last year, and looking forward to this years\\\' podcasts.

    posted by: Jodi Black on 2010-02-15 14:22:00

  • Welcome Back!!! It is great to hear from you. And it was a fantastic show. I was glad to hear that Veronica will be a regular character on Out of Character. I\\\'ll get to \\\'talk\\\' to her more this way. As I mentioned at your blog Ron, I\\\'m enjoying it a lot. You have a good handle on game theory and I like that you are not too \\\'high brow\\\' with it. I can actually understand what you\\\'re talking about. The Burning Empires campaign sounds interesting. I really need to try that system. I\\\'ll probably go with Mouse Guard though. I picked up the Cortex system during DTRPG\\\'s fundraiser. Let us know how you like it and maybe give us some details. It looks fun from what you wrote over at GAmer:The Blogging. You\\\'ve gotten me excited over Dragon Age. Darn it. I can\\\'t afford to start any more rpg systems. I recently got hooked on Diaspora at a recent game night with GamerChris. Too MANY GAMES!!! The MACE interview was fun. I remember seeing those guys running around all weekend. And I believe Ron or Jeff came up to Savage Saturday Night to present Clint with an award. Those guys and all the staff were fantastic. I\\\'m definitely going back. It was cool that you interviewed Trinity. I remember seeing you all playing in that game and it looked fun. New monthly format is fine with me. The next show drops on my son\\\'s birthday so I can remember to listen to it. Maybe during Game Night. He has requested an rpg night for his birthday. This is me being a happy daddy. He\\\'s been my assistant GM the last two game days here and has caught the bug. Sweet! I hope to see you at MACE this year if that sways you any at all. Looking forward to this year\\\'s podcasts. Go Forth and Game, tomg

    posted by: tomg on 2010-02-17 20:06:00

  • I\'m with Veronica -- a computer RPG doesn\\\'t compare apples-to-apples with a tabletop roleplaying game. Not the same league, not even the same sport. Tabletop4eVAR

    posted by: Berin Kinsman on 2010-02-22 13:38:00

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