Tales from the Loop is an awesome RPG set in the 1980s. The kickstarter for the next book is over, but you might be able to late back it by paying attention to this link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1192053011/things-from-the-flood-sequel-to-tales-from-the-loo
We get to the Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition section of my RPG shelves and I breeze through giving quick descriptions of most of the books. Many of these books have full reviews here on this channel.
Gen Con is upon us! There are several places to find RPGs, but in this short segment I highlight a couple of my favorite places l like to frequent.
This week, on Sword Play, Philip and I talk about our experience playing Star Trek Adventures, I review the Cypher System sourcebook "Unmasked", and we go over the various types of initiative and which ones are our favorite! -- Watch live at https://www.twitch.tv/ocdcast
On this episode, I bring on 2 of my friends, Collin & Philip, to discuss what's got our attention currently in gaming, Kickstarters we are interested in, and we review Pandemic Legacy: Season 1. Our review is split into 2 parts: a spoiler free and then a full on spoilers version. The spoilers version is at the end of the episode, so feel free to cut off the episode to not be spoiled.
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