Archive for March 2015

John Reiher designed a playset to be used with the Bullypulpit game Fiasco that draws from the HardWired Hinterland setting.  We all got together and decided to try it out.  We had a great time and we think it's entertaining.  Let us know if you agree.

On the technical side, we played an accelerated version of the game. Please visit the folks at Bully Pulpit games to check out Fiasco!
You can get a free copy of the Brass Monkey Ball from the Tri Tac Games webpage
Sorry about some of the audio quality.  I was overloading my microphone and nobody told me so it is a little distorted.  

This week we finish our examination of what happens when the existence of psionics or esp power is revealed on Earth Prime in Fringeworthy.  This discussion is applicable for any world where these powers were suddenly revealed.  Does the government try to suppress?  Are they a threat to the common man?  To decency?  To privacy?  What new laws will be enacted?  Will people be put out their jobs?  All this and much much more.

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This week we examine what happened when the existence of psionics or esp power is revealed on Earth Prime in Fringeworthy.  This discussion is applicable for any world where these powers were suddenly revealed.  Does the government try to suppress?  Are they a threat to the common man?  To decency?  To privacy?  What new laws will be enacted?  Will people be put out their jobs?  All this and much much more.

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This week we tried an experienent.  4 hosts did their best to create a playable fringeworthy adventure in 20 minutes based on 3 objects, persons, or places (set of 3) given to them by another host.  The results can be heard here and downloaded from the Fans of Fringworthy facebook page or email a host if you don't do facebook.  Hope you like them.

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A while back we did an episode called "What's on your character sheet?".  One of our fans, Dances with Ponies, suggested we expand the topic with Pc goals - goals that are imposed on the PC by others or by themselves.

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