Tag Archives: podcasts

RPG Buffet plays 4E D&D

I just finished listening to the latest episode of the All Games Considered podcast in which their “RPG Buffet” group discussed their experiences playing 4th edition D&D. This is their last stop on a yearly goal of playing all the editions of D&D. Although they do their best to avoid saying it outright, it’s clear the game didn’t really appeal to any of…

Learning to say no…

Tweet It’s hard. There I said it! What? No, no get your head out of the gutter. What I meant was saying no when people want to play at my table. And why should I say no, after all, if people want to play why should I stop them? When I read the stories of people trying to find groups to play with…

Learning to say no…

Tweet It’s hard. There I said it! What? No, no get your head out of the gutter. What I meant was saying no when people want to play at my table. And why should I say no, after all, if people want to play why should I stop them? When I read the stories of people trying to find groups to play with it’s…

Bi-annual Podcast Round-up: Fall 2010

It’s time to go through my podcast feeds and decide what will go and what will stay.  Here are my mini-reviews of the RPG podcasts I’m currently subscribed to and whether they will stay as part of my regular feed. I always give new shows at least 3-4 episodes before I kick them out of the queue. New since last time 4 Geeks, 4E &#…

Kickin’ it old-school with the crew from RPG Circus

For quite some time the crew of RPG Circus and me tried to figure out how to get me on their show. Alas because of the different time zones this has been more problematic than we anticipated. But when I decided to attend Gen Con this year, we planned to record something in Indianapolis. So on one of the “ Four Best…

Audio tips for RPG podcasters

I listen to quite a few RPG-related podcasts and while the audio quality of most have improved immensely over the last couple years, some still have a way to go. Therefore I thought I’d offer some simple advice for podcasters to improve their audio quality of their product. What makes me think I’m qualified to offer advice? In my …