Posted By Scott on July 12, 2010
This is a small panel discussion, but I didn’t want to talk solo for as long as it would take to cover all the topics I had in mind. So Arpie was kind enough to help me out and we cover a lot of ground and even review a few games. Here’s what’s inside:
- We review “Burning Empires” and discuss my failure to record it in great depth
- We also review “Mouse Guard” from a very biased perspective
- We’ll teach you all there is to know about Ludic Peripety
- Are most Story Games “abandon-ware”?
- Why I haven’t recorded “Committee for the Exploration of Mysteries”, “Zombie Cinema”, and other games
- There’s almost too much praise for Adam W. in this episode, especially in the discussion of “My Life with Master”
- GMing techniques for traditional games and why they don’t apply to Story Games (or Ludic Peripety)
- Do Ludic Peripety (or Story Gamers) fail “casual” role-players? (I can hear the ice cream truck in the background during this part but didn’t notice it during recording. My wife was upstairs and got herself something but didn’t get anything for me.)
- Shticky Love?!?
- Join the growing Ludic Peripety movement today! Just email Arpie.
- The best D&D 4th Edition gaming story ever!
- Arpie reveals far too much
- The proper use of White Wolf games – run a Twilight based campaign and score with Cougars (If you think you’ve won the contest, email me!)