There is more than one way to run an RPG.
A serendipitous response to a Twitter comment.
The way Matthew Mercer GMs Critical Role is not the only way to do it.
Players should run games and play with other GMs.
GMs should run games for different players, and also play games.
More about my card game I mentioned last episode. I explain as much as I can before the Kickstarter announcement. (That's still a ways off.)
I talk about it on my YouTube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5mRxaH62WL8
I post updates to this G+ Collection: https://plus.google.com/b/107411251706927346819/collection/AyljYE
The podcast is doing well, over 325 plays of all combined episodes, some over 30 and nearly all over 20 plays.
I launched Follow Me, And Die! Entertainment LLC and got the documents in email today.
Finally, I discuss some thoughts on making my own RPG and mention possible genres.
I mention my upcoming blog post on GM minimalism at the table.
A song on the radio inspires ideas for monsters. I discuss more of my creative process and walk the listener through how I did it.
The companion blog article will be up in a day or two and will feature some stats to go along with the ideas.
Calls ins from Colin Green/Spikepit and Shane Ward/Gilligan's Island of ADD.
New from WOTC about two new settings, one coming in November and the other one on GMs Guild.
This week is Read an RPG Book in public The Escapist/RPG Advocate.
Finally, the game store I mentioned when I called into Radio Grognard with Glen Halstrom.
An Anchor website/app rant.
A bit of how I record and upload to Anchor.
I recorded and edited this episode in about 15 minutes after taking 10 to dash out a script. I also didn't edit as tightly as I could.
Thoughts on the cleric spell Command in AD&D in English and other languages.
Thoughts and ideas for the Chant spell.
Out of the box thinking for making all spells useful in the situations characters find themselves.
I Need A Table - Tables seem to be one of the iconic things about the OSR, various creators sharing their tables. I have a few I have made, I like all the dice tables and die drop tables. I have nebulous ideas for a table or set of tables I need.
Introduction, OSR, Lean Rules, creaking chair, and interruption by the train. This was off the top of my head without a script, so as with many other OSR podcasters on Anchor, I ramble.
If you like what I have to say and want to touch in more detail on a topic, let me know.