Episode

The Glitterbois #0162: Managing Your Digital RPG Collection

In today’s discussion, we’re talking about the increasingly frustrating (to many) topic of managing your quickly-growing hoard of digital role-playing game materials. From books to apps to sheets and more, keeping them collected, organized, and – most important! – immediately accessible can be a massive PITA. Give us a listen to hear our thoughts and methods on organizing our files, and then drop by our Discord to share your own ideas!

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The Glitterbois #0161: Wagoncon 8 Post-Con Report

We’re back with our annual post-convention report from the recent Wagoncon 8. Wagoncon is our official home con, right here in the Pacific Northwest, and always a good time for all. This year we had several of our listeners join us for the first time, and we’re hoping to add more next year! Give us a listen, then drop by the Discord to learn more about the awesomeness that is Wagoncon.

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The Glitterbois #0160: OCC Spotlight on the Mind Melter

Today we’re back to another OCC Splotlight (yes I noticed the typo but I like it and am keeping it), this time on another of the core Rifts classes, the Mind Melter. As usual, we compare both the Butts and the Ultimate edition versions, and what we like about them. And if you’ve ever wanted to know the true secret behind the three seashells, listen closely. Then stop my our Discord and say hi!

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The Glitterbois #0157: A Palladium Retrospective Part 4: TMNT (with Kevin Siembieda)

Apologies for the delay on this one, things have been hectic in the studio here. But we’re finally back with the fourth part in this ongoing retrospective interview series with Kevin Siembieda of Palladium Books. Today we’re talking about the early days of the TMNT license, and the magic that game brought into our lives. Some old stories, some new, and all awesome!

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The Glitterbois #0156: Getting the Band Together

Taking a break from the retrospective series for a sec, in this episode we’re talking about methods for bringing a character party together in a RPG – that is, methods other than a tavern brawl or a rat-infested cellar. What methods have you found most effective? Drop by our Discord and share!

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