Tuesday. We've made it into the real meat of the week. That center 3/5 where the action really happens. I hope your Monday treated you as fairly as can be expected right now. Best to stay in, if you can, and just listen to some gaming podcasts. As is our Tuesday tradition, we've got some new ones for you.
Today on the dial we have: Plaid Hat Games Podcast Episode 4: VO Chat; Morrus' Unofficial Tabletop RPG Talk Episode 95: The Devil’s City with Matt Corley; Anonymous Tabletop Episode 42: The AdeptiCan’t 2020 Quarantine Special; The Offline Gamer Episode 47: Meeple Mail 1; Polyhedron Collider Episode 81: Scythe, Lords of Waterdeep and Netrunner; and Tabletop Talk Episode 69: Living with a Tabletop Hobbyist Round Table.
Special guests Christopher R. Sabat and Donald Shults join Niki and Colby to talk about the recording of the Forgotten Waters voice acting that can be found in the app.
The First Scenario of Forgotten Waters - Beyond the Ocean's Edge has complete VO now, the next scenario Witch's Heart is expected to be up by April 21st.
This week, Morrus and Peter are joined by Matt Corley to talk about his Whispers in the Dark 1880s Lovecraftian Chicago setting and novella, The Devil’s City. In the news, Origins Game Fair postponed, new errata for Dungeons & Dragons, Paizo promises no schedule changes for Pathfinder products, Kickstarter performance under quarantines, Far Verona live stream canceled, and more! Plus Our Favorite Game in All the World and a brand new sketch about a starship encountering a new civilization.
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 42.
In this episode we try to make the best of a bad situation when Adepticon gets cancelled, Skype in a bunch of friends for the podcast so we don’t feel so bad about drinking alone, and Patrick proves he’s more than prepared when he stands in for an isolating Tim..
Then, we find ourselves suddenly embroiled in a Hawaiian pizza debate, enlist some moose into the Canadian military to keep an eye on the border, and then we share what we’re missing most about missing this year’s Adepticon.
And finally, Shut Up and Take My Money finds out that it looks pretty good in leather, Geeky Jean finds herself stuck in quarantine, and Celebrity Deathmatch turns into an episode of Bill Nye The Science Guy..
Oh, and don’t forget Tim’s Sack. I’m sure it’ll be one to remember.
It's our first episode of Meeple Mail, where we take a look at the emails and press releases we get in our mailbox that we often neglect...
Let us know what you think of this new addition to our podcast!