Podcasts

66 – For LOVE AND JUSTICE!

Finally it’s here! Emily and Senda are joined by Meghan Dornbrock (Modifier), Emily Reinhart (Third Act Publishing + Satanic Panic) and Erika Chappell (SO MANY GAMES) to play Senda’s first game, Love and Justice! Love and Justice is a magical girls hack of John Harper’s Lasers and Feelings. It’s going up for our patrons first, this week! Check it out!

This episode has a shocking amount of cussing in it for magical girls, so be warned! We had way too much fun, and Erika and Meghan were right between their second and third con weekends in a row.

65.5 – We Messed Up Our Recording Schedule!

Sorry friends! we goofed on our recording schedule between being out of town and life etc. etc. etc. We’re going to make it up to you by still releasing two shows this month, they’re just going to be on 11/21 and 11/28 instead of 11/14 and 11/28. In the meantime, here’s a teaser for a new show that Emily has been working on: Avanti – Glitter and Blood, coming soon to the Wednesday Evening Podcast Allstars on the Misdirected Mark network!

The theme song for Avanti is Ghost Dance by Kevin McLeod http://incompetech.com/

65 – Scarecrow: The Hat

**Trigger Warning: child death, off screen violence to children, active violence 

Emily and Senda are joined by the talented Wendelyn Reischl and Camdon Wright to play The Scarecrow by Post World Games. The school bully is dead. We didn’t like him but we didn’t want this — events are spiraling quickly out of control and we seem to be the only ones who can stop the Scarecrow rom killing again.

Wendelyn Reischl as Carrie the Adopted Child

Camdon Wright as Gavin the Runaway Child

Senda as Rosie the Artistic Child

Emily as Mary Jo the Rancher’s Child

We recorded in person, so the audio quality is a bit different than our other games. You can also hear our imaginary cat friend Mithril meowing and bumping the mic. We’re sorry about that, but how do you stop an imaginary cat from doing anything?

64 – The Scarecrow

**Trigger Warning: child death, off screen violence to children, active violence 

Emily and Senda are joined by the talented Wendelyn Reischl and Camdon Wright to play The Scarecrow by Post World Games. “The Scarecrow is a story roleplaying game about isolation and superstition. Characters are children living in rural America all dealing with a local ‘legend’ about a Scarecrow, who may or may not be real.” 

Wendelyn Reischl as Carrie the Adopted Child

Camdon Wright as Gavin the Runaway Child

Senda as Rosie the Artistic Child

Emily as Mary Jo the Rancher’s Child

We recorded in person, so the audio quality is a bit different than our other games. You can also hear our imaginary cat friend Mithril meowing and bumping the mic. We’re sorry about that, but how do you stop an imaginary cat from doing anything?

63 —Masks: I Know You Think You Can Handle This

The Calvacade of Freaks save themselves and their plucky mascot Pluto from being kidnapped by the mercenary Knuckle-Duster. In their escape Kel known as Hectate advocated abandoning their caretaker Mad Maude who was then warped away from the site. Safely within the walls of a League of Super Heroes hideout our teens listen to the adult supers discuss Maude and other non-human-looking supers’ disappearances. The distressed fish-like transformed Helen Reckless demands the group save their house mother when Shryee known as Stardust gets a tingle in her alien senses.

62 — Masks: Leave the Maude, Take the Dog

Under attack by mercenaries, our cavalcade of teenage superhero freaks flee the house — leaving their caretaker Mad Maude behind.

Angela–GM (Find Angela on twitter or on Gnome Stew)

Shyree Trist/”Stardust”–Emily B. (Find Emily B. on twitter and on Whelmed)

Helen Reckless/”Reckless”–Senda

Kel/”Hecate”–Emily

 

 

 

61 – Masks: Origin Story

Emily and Senda are joined by Angela Murray of Gnome Stew and Emily Buza of the Whelmed podcast to play Masks, a game of teenage superheroes from Magpie Games. On today’s episode: an origin story of oceanic immensity! How a crash at the city aquarium brought our three heroes to live under one roof!

Find Angela on twitter or on Gnome Stew

Find Emily B. on twitter and on Whelmed

60 – So Mom, I Made This Sex Tape #Feminism

#Feminism is a collection of 34 microgames written by women across the world focusing on issues like sexism, the portrayal of women in media, and much more. This week we’re featuring the microgame So Mom, I made This Sex Tape by Susanne Vejdemo, which deals with feminism, sex positivity, consent, the porn industry in relation to feminism, and family relationships. This one is pretty intense and we’d like to make sure that you know going in. Please feel free to reach out to us or Alex on twitter to debrief if you like. The views of the characters played here do not necessarily represent the views of the individuals playing them.

Senda and Emily are joined by

-Celeste Conowitch @cconowitch from the Venture Maidens Podcast

-Meghan Dornbrock @meglish from the Modifier Podcast

-Alex Roberts @muscularpikachu from the Backstory Podcast who also wrote a game found in #Feminism’s new PDF supplement

Get a physical book & PDF supplement at http://storytelling.pelgranepress.com/feminism-a-nano-game-anthology/ 

Avaliable for download at http://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/211173/Feminism–A-Nano-Game-Anthology

 

59—#Feminism: Tropes vs. Women

#Feminism is a collection of 34 microgames written by women across the world focusing on issues like sexism, the portrayal of women in media, and much more. This week we’re featuring the microgame Tropes VS Women by Ann Eriksen, which asks the players to act through 3 scenes realistic first and then with as many clichés as possible. Senda and Emily are joined by

-Celeste Conowitch @cconowitch from the Venture Maidens Podcast

-Meghan Dornbrock @meglish from the Modifier Podcast

-Alex Roberts @muscularpikachu from the Backstory Podcast who also wrote a game found in #Feminism’s new PDF supplement

Get a physical book & PDF supplement at http://storytelling.pelgranepress.com/feminism-a-nano-game-anthology/ 

Avaliable for download at http://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/211173/Feminism–A-Nano-Game-Anthology