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Episode Two: Deuce is Wild

Hi!  Welcome to episode deuce…be sure to tell us if you like it.  Tell a bunch of your friends about us.  You can follow us on Twitter (@2gms1mic) and become a fan of us on Facebook.

Episode 2

This week’s topic is “Picking a Game Group”

Show notes:

Favorite Games of the Week:

GURPS 4th Edition
Hunter: The Vigil
Castles & Crusades

Currently Playing:

Deadlands Classic

Random Shoutouts:

Be sure to send your guesses for the contest to 2gms1mic@gmail.com, the winner will be selected at random from all of the correct guesses. The winner will be announced here (whatever name you want) on Monday, May 23rd, 2011. Be sure to send us your snail mail address so you can claim your prize.

Hint/Correction: published in 2000.

Music:

“Roll the Dice, Make my Day” by the Mustard Men

“You & Me”(Aether)
“Music Sounds Better With Friends”(BunIKu)
“Relax, Max!… music for stressed people” (Jako Jake)

Games Mentioned:

GURPS 3rd Edition Revised
Vampire: the Requiem
Lord of the Rings
Dungeons and Dragons
Ravenloft
d20
Diablo 2 d20 Boxed Set
World of Darkness
Pathfinder
7th Sea

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  • That C&C Russian one-shot was very rad!

    Jay

    August 10, 2011

  • I’m glad you liked it, Jay! I want to reprise that world…

    joewolz

    August 10, 2011

  • Our group always invites the person to hang outside of gaming first to ensure that we can stand their presence. If all works out, they are THEN invited to play. lol.

    -Eloy

    Eloy Lasanta

    August 17, 2011

  • What frustrates me the most are the people who go through the trouble of working their way in (or forming a group) then suddenly they don’t have time to play. Why do they waste their’s and everyone else’s time if they know they have demanding, time consuming jobs or are going to school full time? So my first question to anyone wanting to join is “do you have time to play?”. People not knowing their own schedules is usually the first nail in the coffin for many games.

    Rob Neckar

    September 7, 2012