Remember when you were kid, and you ate, drank and slept D&D in the '80s? Well maybe you have been doing that all these years or simply found your way back into the fold of gaming! Join us each episode as we sit around and chat about various D&D games, our experiences and open your eyes to new things in the OSR (Old School Roleplaying)! Want to know about the latest product out from Swords and Wizardry? Labyrinth Lord? Mazes & Perils? or maybe you want to know about something someone wrote, about the original games you loved to play for D&D, Marvel, Star Trek, Star Wars and anything else!
Join Vince, Glen and Chrispy as they talk bring your games to life with roleplaying. The three sit back and chat about encouraging ways to get that player to roleplay things out, instead of always using the dice to do everything! Don’t forget, you can visit our sponsor: http://mischiefinc.net – “old5choolblues” to get 5% offRead More
Join Vince and Glen this week as they take a look at a listener submitted idea for a show and review "Escape from Groncho's Lair", which you can find on Drivethrurpg or RPGNOW as a Pay What You Want price tag, average price as of this recording is $1.27. The guys have rated this: Read More
This week Vince, Erik and Colin sit down and review an OSR created product called Black Pudding #2 by Random Order Creations. This awesomely put together magazine is OSR at its finest, making you feel like you have been transported back to the ’80s, when your DM hand wrote everything in his notebook and doodledRead More
This week Vince, Erik and Colin sit down and review an OSR created product called Sharp Swords & Sinister Spells by Old Skull Publishing. The guys broke it down, going over the following things: Character Creation Combat General Thoughts on the book What makes it stand out The overall review was 4 Solid “tankards” Read More
This week Vince, Erik and Colin sit down talking about superhero games, their experiences and then geek out a bit with comics and the various TV shows out there to watch. There is a lot inspiration out there for superhero games, we will talk about it! This is how we Roll Segment Topic: How toRead More
This week Vince and Erik are joined by Colin of the main chapter of Dead Games Society! Colin sits in and tells us about the founding of Dead Games Society, how he met DM Vince and then goes onto thinking about to the days he played Star Trek! Being this is the 50th Anniversary, itRead More
Vince, Glen and Chrispy sit down and take a look an fan submitted adventure! Adventure Most Foul by Howard Beleiff and Michael Garcia Blurb: “Curses are like chickens; they always come home to roost”, and if these chickens aren’t found soon, the Village of Kith will be doomed! On the edge of the Four Counties,Read More
This week Vince and Erik sit down to answer an email about tips on successful kick-starters for OSR projects, naming key things you should worry about when starting up the whole thing and how to keep the people backing you informed and happy along with getting your project done in the time you want! EmailRead More
This week Vince sits down with two new co-hosts that are being added to the show, Chrispy from Critical Wits podcast and DM Glen from Thaco’s Hammer! Topic for the show will focus on: Pregenerated Characters – How many do you need? – Pregens vs letting them roll up – why use one overRead More
IN this is very episode Vince and Erik sit down to review a module sent in by a listener that could be a one shot for a convention (provided you have roleplayers) or could be an awesome seed for a campaign. The module is called, “The met in a tavern” They Met In A TavernRead More
Welcome to episode 0 of the Old School Blues Podcast, a podcast presented to you by the Dead Games Society of Texas! In this episode you will meet the three hosts of this show as they chat back and forth about the topic of Time Traveling in your fantasy games. The purpose of our showsRead More
August 27, 2016
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