Posts Tagged ‘Pelgrane Press’

A new episode of Table Top Babble is now available!

 

James Introcaso sits down with Liz Theis and J. Michael Bestul to review the 13th Age Battle Scenes books, High Magic & Low Cunning and The Crown Commands, from Pelgrane Press and Cal Moore.

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A new episode of Table Top Babble is now available!

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It’s a special BONUS episode of Table Top Babble. Rudy Basso runs James Introcaso through Cthulhu Confidential module The Fathomless Sleep. This is a unique two-player system from Pelgrane Press is made for one GM and one player and you can preorder it now. A review episode is coming on Table Top Babble this Monday.

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A new episode of my podcast, Gamer to Gamer, is up on The Tome Show’s website.


Rudy Basso and I sit down with game designer Kenneth Hite at Gen Con. Ken is the lead designer of Night’s Black Agents, Trail of Cthulhu, and many, many other games. He’s done work at Wizards of the Coast, Pelgrane Press, and many other amazing companies. He has an ENnie award-winning column, Ken Writes About Stuff, and podcast with Robin D. LawsKen and Robin Talk About Stuff. His latest work, The Dracula Dossier, is an amazing adventure for Night’s Black Agents no one should miss. This podcast was recorded on August 2, 2015.


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