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But, I want to play a werelockadinpire

In this Obsfucations Serpentis Revolution RPG Bugbears episode I talk about a phenomena I’m sure we’re all familiar with, that one player who always wants to play a weird, kooky or unusual race. Have an opinion or thoughts on this topic? Leave us a voicemail at: https://anchor.fm/the-red-dice-diaries/message Theme tune is Exotica by Juanitos, used under Public […]
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Thieves, First Dice and Theme Songs

In this Original Sauce Resurrection episode of Red Dice Diaries I answer some call-ins about thieves and how they are presented in D&D other retroclones, first dice, theme tunes and a few other bits and pieces. Have an opinion or thoughts on this topic? Leave us a voicemail at: https://anchor.fm/the-red-dice-diaries/message Theme tune is Exotica by Juanitos, […]
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You Never Forget your First

In this episode of the podcast I talk about a defining moment in my life–as far as gaming is concerned–one of the great firsts in my life and encourage listeners to call-in with their own stories and reminiscences about their gaming past. Have an opinion or thoughts on this topic? Leave us a voicemail at: […]
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Thief Call-ins & Discussion

Great response to my recent episode about thieves stealing from the party in D&D/group-orientated style RPGs, inn this episode I respond to some call-ins that I received about it. Have an opinion or thoughts on this topic? Leave us a voicemail at: https://anchor.fm/the-red-dice-diaries/message If you’d rather email or have a voicemail that’s a little long for […]
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Thieves & Stealing from the Party

In this episode I talk about something that boils my p*ss in RPGs, particularly in D&D style games, player character thieves stealing from the party. If you want to have your say, disagree or chat about this, you can leave me a voicemail at: https://anchor.fm/the-red-dice-diaries/message Theme tune is Exotica by Juanitos, used under Public Domain licence. […]
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RPG Bugbears

In this bonus minisode of the Red Dice Diaries podcast I start off by explaining the origins of my pre-existing RPG Bugbears series on Youtube and why I’ve chosen to migrate it to my Anchor podcast. You can check out the original Youtube series at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMlEyLAkrE_9U5-O2SJyslNuBEZb9FVBV If you want to have your say, disagree or […]
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Voicemails, Lamentations and Encumbrance

In this episode of the podcast I answer some voicemails that I’ve received from fellow Purple Worm host Pete Jones (of the Dragons Are Real anchorcast) and Jason Connerley (of Nerds RPG Varietycast). If you want to have your say, disagree or chat about this, you can leave me a voicemail at: https://anchor.fm/the-red-dice-diaries/message Theme tune […]
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Old School Essentials Birthday Unboxing

As you may or may not be aware, the 27th of November is my birthday, I’m celebrating by opening some lovely gifts that my wife has bundled into a hamper. Pride of place is the Old School Essentials black box set from Necrotic Gnome. Theme tune is Exotica by Juanitos, used under Public Domain licence.
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Hireling & Property rules in LOTFP

In this episode I take a look at the rules for property, investment and hiring henchmen in the OSR RPG Lamentations of the Flame Princess. If you want to have your say, disagree or chat about this, you can leave me a voicemail at: https://anchor.fm/the-red-dice-diaries/message Theme tune is Exotica by Juanitos, used under Public Domain licence. […]
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Further Burning Wheel Discussion

In this episode, Johannes, Mathew and myself discuss our recent Burning Wheel session, we also discuss our impressions and thoughts on this excellent–and often maligned–tolkienesque fantasy RPG. If you want to have your say, disagree or chat about this, you can leave me a voicemail at: https://anchor.fm/the-red-dice-diaries/message Theme tune is Exotica by Juanitos, used under Public […]
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