Xander and Jacob regale us with a handful of their more lascivious and ridiculous bartending stories. This is our first foray into this topic, and they’ve got plenty more where those came from, so if you want to hear more, let us know! All the whole Poppy forces us to suffer through a series of increasingly disgusting seasonal seltzers from Budweiser.
We’re taking another look at the Chaos Earth campaign setting this time, and shining a spotlight on one of the more versatile Rifts classes out there: the NEMA Soldier. This class is a fantastic working template for ideas that you can apply to just about any other basic military character in the Megaverse. What are your favorite NEMA Soldier memories? Join our community and let us know!
Following on the theme of our last episode, this time we’re looking at the Revised edition of Rifts Sourcebook One. This one adds some delicious new game fodder to the mix, including factions and toys that bridge the connection with Palladium’s companion Chaos Earth RPG. Which version of the first Sourcebook is your favorite? Write us and let us know!
In this review episode, we take a look at the first ever expansion book for the original butts edition of Rifts. That’s right, it’s time for the Rifts Sourcebook, and everyone’s favorite joke-named psychopath, James T! This is the book where ARCHIE-3 really came into his full glory for the first time. It’s got adventure, it’s got new bad guys, it’s got new gear, and a whole lot more. For this episode we’re focusing on the original version – the revised edition is coming soon.
This time we’re taking a walk Beyond the Megaverse, in what we expect will be an occasional series on the show where we look at properties and media related to our gaming interests. Starting things off, we’re looking now at the old Alternity RPG from TSR, published in 1998 but then abandoned with the WotC acquisition and the launch of 3rd Edition. NPC is currently running a campaign using it, and so it’s fresh on our minds for discussion!