How to have a game table is a question many gamers posit. Each has specific needs to fulfill in their attempt to obtain their very own game table. Who wouldn’t like to have a flat space on which to command armies of pewter and plastic toy soldiers?
Close your eyes and picture this scene in your mind. A woman wielding a hatchet hovers over a man sleeping on a couch. She prepares to smash into his head with the hatchet. Of what is this a scene? A wedding, of course,
Angelia Parenteau discusses her horror-themed wedding and tells how she geeked out her special day with the things she loves.
We apologize for the audio quality of this episode. Skype suffered technical difficulties that were not evident until after the episode was recorded. We regret the inconvenience this has caused.
In this episode of Monsters of the Shattered World, Andreas and his companions face a hobgoblin crone, and confirm their suspicions.
And that’s the end of season 2! Thanks for listening. We’ll take a break and come back with season 3 later this year.
For those of you new to this show, Monsters of the Shattered World is a storytelling podcast. It’s about a young scholar out on his own in the world, the newest member of an adventuring party encountering strange monsters and writing about them. Each episode is 5 to 10 minutes long, so it won’t overburden your iPod.
Prison Architect is a fun and challenging game. It is currently in Alpha but is a stable and enjoyable game for Windows and Mac OSX.
Jonathan apologizes in this episode for confusion he caused last time. The Ray Harryhausen episode was mistakenly referred to as Episode 39. It is actually episode 38. This Prison Architect episode is #39. Please accept our apologies.