Ah, Tuesday. But also sort of a Monday, since it's the first day of the work week for many. I hope everyone had a good Monday regardless. I was happy with mine. Good and relaxing. But whether it's your first day of the work week or second, we can all use some gaming podcast to make the rest of it go by quick.
Today on the dial we have: Morrus' Unofficial Tabletop RPG Talk Episode 83: Whispers in the Dark with Matt Corley; Polyhedron Collider Episode 77: The Games we are looking forward to in 2020; Lords of the Dungeon Episode 35: Campaign Settings of the Past and Wizards in Role Playing Games; and Tabletop Talk Episode 57: Malifaux Deep Dive: Lucius (Guild).
This week, Morrus and Peter are joined by Matt Corley to talk about his new 5e compatible horror game, Whispers in the Dark. In the news, Wizards of the Coast are publishing a Critical Role campaign setting for Dungeons & Dragons, a new Unearthed Arcana for D&D, new Pathfinder 2nd Ed and Starfinder books coming this month, Joe Manganiello brings the magic of RPGs to a children’s hospital, and more! Plus a brand new sketch where we go old school (like, really old school) and Our Favorite Game in All the World!
2020 is upon us, which means another year of potentially amazing games is ahead of us.
Join Andy, Jon, Rory and Steve as they try and pick four games each that they are the most excited for, but ultimately fail and talk about raising children, building extensions, college rock and the dangers of storing games in your loft.
In episode 35, Jesko talks about his first time Dungeon Mastering a game of Dungeons and Dragons, Jamie talks about his Christmas Presents, we take questions from listeners regarding Eberron and campaign settings from the past they would like to see make a return and finish the episode by talking about Wizards and magic, roleplaying wizards and their favorite magic users from movies, TV, comics and books.
Join Craig and his guests (Jesse Watson and Geir Vikan) as they break down Lucius and the Elite keyword. What does this crew do on the table? What models make up the core crew? What strategies do they excel in? What schemes do they like? What schemes do they hard counter?