This week on RPG Lessons Learned: Did we finally figure out Savage Worlds? Did we finally have an East Texas University game that EVERY player enjoyed? Darn right we did!
This week on RPG Lessons Learned: We reflect on a year of RPGLL by discussing our best and worst episodes, and the lessons we’ve learned creating this podcast!
This week on RPG Lessons Learned: Dusty (re)learns that most basic of lessons: You have to HOOK your players!
This week on RPG Lessons Learned: Dusty learns that 5th edition is a lot more lethal than 4th when he runs the guys through a two-session geomorphic dungeon crawl using tiles from the Dungeon Command game.
This week on RPG Lessons Learned: Tanner, the GM from Shadow of the Cabal, joins us to talk about running us through his L5R one-shot: Holy Matrimony!
This week on RPG Lessons Learned: Dusty and Mike revisit the Pathfinder Beginner Box campaign. After the players demand to see the murderers they caught brought to justice, Dusty runs a courtoom drama, complete with vital testimony from one of the players!
This week on RPG Lessons Learned: Dusty interviews Brian and Mike about their role as players. What are some of their best gaming experiences? Some of their worst? What’s their preferred play style? What’s their preferable RP to combat ratio? It’s a really fun and interesting episode where we dig back into why we play,…
This week on RPG Lessons Learned: Dusty, Brian, and Mike return to their East Texas University adventure with game #2! This game was full of challenges, and fun. Unlike game #1, this was a very good game. It was a lot of fun.
This week on RPG Lessons Learned: Dusty shares his experiences in our friend’s game! Somehow we tie in Skyrim, Orson Scott Card, diversity of thought, and the monkey’s paw…
This week on RPG Lessons Learned: Dusty, Brian, and Mike do a data-driven post-mortem on their Pathfinder Beginner Box campaign! Dusty mined his post-game recap e-mails to take a look at two simple measures of the campaign: Experience Points and Gold Pieces. The results are surprising.