So a bad movie podcast recent did a guest spot on a roll playing podcast. Sadly I'm not really getting into the actually role playing podcast itself. Still I did enjoy it when it was done by the people I liked. Are there any fun role playing podcasts?
Thanks for the tip. Actually I share this while I'm at it.
It's D&D done by mostly not role playing people but I think it's still fun. Just the one episode though.
>Bad movie podcast did a recent guest spot on a role playing podcast
The Flop House on The Adventure Zone? I love the original peaches.
I'm interested in actual play podcasts in theory, but I just can't get into them for any length of time. RPPR, Nerd Poker, Peaches and Hotsauce's One Shot podcast, a couple of others I can't remember of the top of my head.
Critical hit is pretty decent.
They mostly play D&D 4e, with some extra stuff like a canned 5e adventure or playing fate.
I just wanted to know if there were any good role playing podcasts. Though by all means, this is an image board. We can post sexy pictures AND talk about things.
That play, I mean I guess if they just talk about them that's find too. Just prefer to hear a good one where they play.
If that's the case...
Behold my dream wife!
1) better mic for the DM, hes doing most of the talking, so he really needs a better mic
2) Perhaps an intro? Some showmenship?
Mood music perhaps? some simple violin scores or somthing adventure-ey to give a better sense of flow?
Roleplay Public Radio did a massive like 90 hour superhero campaign using Wild Talents called Heroes of New Arcadia.
Drunk and Ugly also has a couple Wild Talents campaigns that are fairly lengthy. I only listened to their first episode and the recording quality was really poor, but I'm not sure if that's indicative of the rest of the material.
As far as other systems go, the Campaign Podcast has been running for 60 some odd episodes using Fantasy Flight Game's Edge of the Empire Star Wars rules. It's extremely entertaining because the players are actual trained improv artists in addition to being experienced roleplayers, and the GM is incredibly knowledgable about the source material. It's worth listening to for the voices alone.
>I wouldn't mind critique, comments, etc. I'm always trying to run it better.
1) CHUCK anything that's full of "uhm", "like" "thing" and "ehm".
2) >>45088028 THIS so much
3) Intros, to reiterate.
4) >>45088462 Use Sony Vegas to edit the audio track, add intros and cut the bullshit. Or extract the audio track and edit it with Audacity.
5) Personal preference, but it's hard to give a shit about a vid game with windows that small. Vid games in general make me kind of lose interest, but bigger windows would certainly help.
RPPR is godlike.
If you want to listen to how a new DM becomes "that guy," listen to this
Gamer's Haven used to be my favorite, their Wizard's Collage campaign was brilliant, even if some things got changed between the first and second halves, which were done like two years apart in real time so i'm not going to fault the one guy for forgetting his familiar's name or something.
campaign podcast is the best one out there. Everyone on it is a professionally trained improviser. The game system has room for "yes and...."
I appreciate the feedback. I don't think I have the skill or free time to do video editing on Youtube videos, as I've got way too much on my plate as-is, and they go straight from our Twitch channel live to Youtube.
You should check out the most recent video uploaded, see if there's any noticeable quality difference in your opinion.
That's kind of what spurred me to make this thread. I wanted more and Adventure Zone wasn't doing it for me.
>that feel when you want to play an amazon in rpgs on and offline but doesn't want to be That Guy
There's nothing "that guy" about them until you start molesting young boys. If you start groping them with their consent, on the other hand, you become This Guy.
Is it wrong that I unironically think it's romantic for a stronk warrior woman to take a young shota under her wing, teach him the ways of the world, marry him once he has reached the age of maturity and then tenderly deflower him?
They have become more than just husband and wife. To her, he is the perfect husband, literally raised for the sole purpose of being her ideal mate. To him, she is almost like a second mother, a figure to whom he owes everything he has become. Is there any form of purer love?
And before you go there: yes, I'd also approve of it if the genders were reversed. I just prefer stronk amazons.
Rating the adventure zone cast by their quality
Constantly put upon by the DM, whenever someone needs to be in danger for the epic plot to continue, it's always Merle. Where the other characters get cool and overpowered gear, he doesn't ever. Consistently funny, background in radio. Balances Griffin's bullshit by having a quantum spell book.
Probably the most technically proficient of the players. He wanted to play a goofy wizard, but Griffin handed him a lesser artifact at the end of the first adventure. Creatively uses spells, realizes how much he can milk Griffin's-shit-DMness
Doesn't really understand the rules. Charges in without thinking. Has an annoying voice. Not much to say.
Fuck this guy. Seems like he'd be a fun guy to have in your group, but he's so obsessed with the fucking story that HE'S creating that he doesn't remember that there's three other people at the table. There was a "joke" this last session that he was reading out of a novellization. Fucks over Merle consistently because his dad never really loved him. Always has a short and annoying character to explain everything to everyone.
The coolest scene in the entire show was pic related, where the party destroyed the pre-written solution to a problem and they had to get creative.
I don't think a second mother is a good model. Rather he should initially idolize her that way, then as he grows and learns more about her he sees her flaws and foibles, big and small. Then as he accepts those flaws into his understanding f her, his love for her will be stronger and more resilient, making for a better partnership.
She'll still make him call her mommy when he lies down in her lap and she jerks him off
>seems like you're in way too deep to give a fuck about how morality applies to what turns you on
Which is why anything sexual is delayed to past the age of consent, right? Or are you going to argue that raising children and arranged marriages are inherrently immoral?
>All are large breasted fatass women that either wear leather microscopic bikinis or, worse, lingerie.
I can't be the only one annoyed by this cliche, am I?
Personally, I'm more a fan of the type in your pic.
Fear the boot, actually good after first 15 minutes
Gamer's Tavern is fun to listen to, but they are kind of shit so take anything they say with a grain of salt
The Arcology Podcast for shadowrun
Nerdarchy for hilarity of old fat threeaboos neckbeards from the basement. I mean, just look at this shit
>Fear the boot, actually good after first 15 minutes
Recently it's just the main dude repeating points he's made in older podcasts only this time without his friends to talk over him.
It's kind of sad.
I've been subject to some /ss/ back in the day. And I can honestly say that I have learned more from my lover in couple months than I have learned from my parents in the entirety of my teens. And I don't mean bedroom stuff, I mean actual wisdom applicable for real life.
So I'd conclude that it either isn't all that bad or that my parents were exceptionally bad at parenting. Possibly both.
>"Happiness is banned."
>Not paying attention to Gut's roller coaster character development: cynical sociopathic recluse -> becomes more trusting and open thanks to mercenary family -> cynical sociopathic vindictive recluse who's kinda puttin' on airs -> back to being more trusting, open, and now kinder thanks to new friend family.
>Caska found someone (Guts) who actually wanted and needed her.
>Human society from all walks of life are united peacefully together alongside with fuckin' DEMONS who now have been given a true purpose.
>All work together to preserve utopia where you can fuckin' visit your dead love ones again essentially from just powerful primal monsters.
>Mermaid hybrid reunites with her mother after ridding her earthy homeland from Cthulhu Mythos-like creatures.
>Gut's influence is inspiring those around him to basically go "FUCK DESTINY, I CARVE MY OWN PATH".
>"Happiness is banned."
Nah, youse cunt, m8. Shit what I mentioned stops Beserk from being 90's-Extreme-Middle-School-Edgy.
When in a serious setting? Yes. Otherwise no. Then again I am a pervert. Though I always enjoyed the idea of a fat mage. They don't need to be quite athletic and many live sedentary lives.