Welcome back, everyone! It’s our final episode of the year, folks.
For this one, Rob asks me a few questions about how one learns a new RPG one is planning to run.
It’s been a good year for Of Mooks and Monsters. Thanks to all you listeners, and hope to hear from you in 2018. You can email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what you want to hear on the show.
Thanks, and happy new year.
Today on Alive After Reading, Rob and Tim discuss how to convert a game between systems. Tim has a game he’s considering changing to a different set of rules, so let’s see what that takes.
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This week on Of Mooks and Monsters, Rob and Tim discuss something that most Game Masters do at some point: Run a game without much preparation.
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In this week’s episode, Of Mooks & Monstes delves into the ways Rob and Tim have customized and kit-bashed different systems for roleplaying games.
We babble, we chatter, and we talk about BRP and Risus Hack
Stay tuned at the end for a bit about the direction we’re thinking of taking the podcast in the near future.
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This week, Rob and Tim explore the world of single-session RPGs.
It’s a wild and wooly subject, and we brainstorm a lot this time around.
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This week on, Of Mooks & Monsters, Rob and Tim discuss one of our favorite game systems, Chaosium’s Basic Roleplaying.
On a technical note, the website and feed gave us some trouble recently, which is why the show was delayed. Everything should be better now.
In this first episode of the podcast, Rob Ward and Tim Niederriter discuss RPG systems they have run and what they want to do for games in the future.