In this episode, we meet up with a bunch of our Patreon backers to talk about one year of Vampire: the Masquerade in our game, "Curse of Caine." The Curse of Caine is a reward we offer our Patreon backers for their financial support. If you'd like more information, or just to jump in our Discord channel and chat with the community, the information is below!
In this episode, Rachel and Nathan chat with Bob about their recent experience at the OWBN L.A.R.P. in Indy, "Stars Never Rise."
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In this episode, we give you a sample of our "Teach Me How" podcast, where we discuss how to play Vampire: the Masquerade. To follow this podcast, follow us on Patreon!
In this episode, we discuss the fine art of Influence and politics in Vampire: the Masquerade. Also, we mostly talk about one of the most silly blunders of the political game. Also, travel internationally and always bring jelly.
In this episode, we give some tips on playing elders in Vampire: the Masquerade, as well as playing high level Camarilla scions. Also, we talk about the witchery of Stonehenge. Share it with your friends.
In this episode, Nathan and Rachel discuss watching "Friends," as well as their experience at Gary Con X. We discuss the Awake in the Night LARP, thrown by Chad from DGS. Check out Dead Games Society for more podcast fun!
In this episode, we talk about the Giovanni clan, some of their adopted families, and other concepts around Vampire: the Masquerade. We also talk about Bob's current trip to England and the oddities of being an American in the UK. We are joined by his host, Delly!
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In this episode of Nerd Words, we are joined by our friend and fellow gamer, Rachel. We talk about the perils of playing a Follower of Set, never playing Caitiff, some of the pratfalls and strategies you can use when playing the clan and strategies for getting into CWoD and Vampire: the Masquerade for the first time. Bob leaves. The end bumper is for him.
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Welcome to another episode of Nerd Words. In this episode, we are joined again by our special friends, Rachel and Jeff! More is always good! We talk about gaming and the obligatory White Wolf nod, a lack of personal self-control when playing video games and the perils of eating a lot of subway!
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Welcome once more, you rapscallions, to another episode of Nerd Words. We are joined in the Nerd Sanctum by the grand 'caster, Jeff. ADDITIONALLY, scoundrels, we are joined by the preeminent Nerd Words associate, Katastroph3 (AKA, Chris).
We talk about the perils of vaguely being popular, personalities and Werewolf: the Forsaken. This is a rather self-indulgent episode.
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In this episode, we discuss the history of our storytelling, as well as our strategies when... storytelling. Thanks to Nathaniel Starr for the email and question that spurned this episode:
"So I've been reading the books and one thing the storyteller guides recommend is that you detail the city that you will be playing in. So my question is how would you go about that? The books are fairly general in what they want you to do to accomplish this. They mention mood, setting, and theme. They also talk about how you should outline the non-player characters in the city and get a rough understanding of what mortal institutions are being influenced by vampires.
But short of writing my own Las Vegas by Night book what have you found to be the best way to do this? What are some of the things you've done in the past? Do you have any tips for city design? Are there any musts or must nots? I don't want to overdo it and spend all my free time detailing the insides of casinos and stating out every pit boss, but I want the city to feel real and lived in for my players. Any advice would be much appreciated."
In this episode, we talk about ourselves and the shit we're doing! We welcome back our home dog, Jeff, to the podcast. It's all Curse of Caine, LARP and a deep dive into our own experiences being a bunch of dorks. Thanks for listening, and happy New Year!
In this episode, we jump into the Way-Back Machine to tell some tales of the LARP, the Nosferatu and how important the clan is to the relationship of the Utility Muffins.
In this episode, we talk on Sabbat nonsense, LARP, and all the perils you'll find in such ventures, terrible convention food and games, and some tips for storytelling. We mention The Punisher as well, but refrain from review.
In this episode, we discuss our feelings about Vampire Requiem, tell tales about LARP and discuss some of the deeper meaning behind gaming, LARP and CWoD - at least what WE think.
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In this episode, we talk about running games in places we've never been, Kindred of the East and obviously, the fan-made Highlander: the Gathering (which we incorrectly call 'the Quickening'.) All joking aside, anyone willing to sit down and write out their own take on a favorite and popular pop-culture icon should be supported. Check it out for a helping of awesome nostalgia, here: Highlander: the Gathering
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In this episode, we talk about Bladerunner 2049, The Matrix trilogy, Rawhead Rex and some other movie stuff. We talk on the recent review of "Revelations of the Dark Mother" for a bit as well.