We’re back! It was a great break for the 2 GMs, 1 Mic crew. We are now fully refreshed and ready to bring you consistent content!
On this show, we’re discussing how and where to find inspiration. We give you a lot of examples from our experiences on where to find inspiration.
Favorite Games of the Week
Hey folks, this episode was recorded on new equipment in a new studio…so if you notice a slightly different sound, that’s why.
We have a new website!
Since the Dragon is on vacation, we’re hoping you can nab some pictures of him. Best pic of the Dragon on vacation wins a $10 gift certificate to DriveThruRPG! Send your entries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Regarding Gen Con, please send us your thoughts regarding how we should run games there.
Joe was way off on types of plot: According to this site, there are only seven.
Joe also totally confused the Ashanti Empire with the Empire of Dahomey. He also screwed up the etymology of Nkisi, it’s Bantu not Swahili. Sorry folks, his face is RED!
Shoutout to Avalon Game Company! They publishing a ton of GMing advice books.
You should check out the Western Bookshelf over at project Gutenberg if you want to try out what Joe was talking about.
The song for Dresden was “Locked Within The Crystal Ball” by Blackmore’s Night; “Which side are you On?” by Dropkick Murphys was actually for a Castles & Crusades campiagn set in a city we made up.
Nicky’s Vampire game’s anthem is “Won’t get Fooled again” by the Who.
Vampire: the Requiem
How to Spice Up Your Game
Remnants: The Broken Lands
Dresden Files RPG
Hunter: The Vigil
Things that Should Not Be
Nyambe: African Adventures
Stars Without Number Core Rules
Stars Without Number Free Edition
Dogs in the Vineyard
Legend of Drizzt