In A Wicked Age…part 1

Posted By on August 26, 2009

This is part 1 of 3 of an “In A Wicked Age” session I recorded at home.

Come talk about this episode on the forum thread!

Parts 2 and 3 will follow a week apart each.

About the author

I'm from Colorado - but not originally. I like roleplaying games - obviously. I have a wife and three kids - shockingly. I also enjoy video games (XBox, Wii) and boardgames. I love to run RPGs at conventions and game days for the focus and intensity. I'll talk about RPGs all day with those who are willing.


4 Responses to “In A Wicked Age…part 1”

  1. Kevin Weiser says:

    Curse you, Scott! I’ve been sitting on my AP of IAWA for a month now. Gen Con and some other content pushed it back, and now you’ve beaten me to the punch!

    I really like how you intercut in with commentary during the AP. If I weren’t so damnably lazy, I might do the same thing with mine.

    Keep up the good work guys,

    Kevin Weiser

  2. Scott says:

    Ha! I did feel like there was some pressing need to turn this one out. I guess I must have sensed that it was race.

  3. Christopher says:

    Great show, Scott. I just started following the podcast and I am really looking forward to the rest of your IAWA podcasts. You’re blessed with a creative group and the campaign sounds original, fun and a magnificent leverager (just made up that word) of the game system. Keep up the good work.

    Breaking up the content for commentary really helps keep me engaged.

    I have one complaint that I only mention because it sometimes makes it very hard to follow what is going on. Like all AP podcasts, things get a little chaotic. However, you have one player who has a habit of talking on top of her tablemates– and I don’t mean in a separate conversation. I’m sure she is just getting excited, but boy does it make it tough to follow sometimes. I noticed the same thing during your With Great Power AP.

    Anyway. Thank you and your group for a wonderful show.

  4. Scott says:


    With the talking over problem, was it a bit of co-GM-itis? Because I think maybe Shannon had a bit of that in WGP and Z in IAWA. Co-GM-itis is not a fatal disease, it’s usually quite endearing, but it does make it hard on the recordings sometime. I’ll try to keep a look out for it in the future, either way.

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