Modiphius Calling – Episode 3

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Sep 212013

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In episode 3 of Modiphius Calling Nick Fallon of F3D joins us to talk about games and his Cimmerian Space Kickstarter, we have two interviews from Gen Con; Margaret Weis talking about her writing career and new projects including the fantastic Firefly RPG plus Monte Cook tells us how he got in to the industry and what led him to the world of Numenera.

Running Order
01.00: News From Modiphius: 3d Virtual Tabletop (they subsequently ended at $56k on their Kickstarter)
02.25: Interview with Nick about Cimmerian Space
14.06: Mobile Boardgaming: Chris: Eclipse, Ancient Rome, Josh: Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition
24.54: Margaret Weis Interview
34.35: What’s on Your Table – Chris: Dungeon Roll Josh: Ambush Alley; Nick: Defenders of the Realm
54.24: Monte Cook Interview

In episode 4 Josh will be reporting on the Tokyo Game Show and we’ll have interviews with Chris Pramas of Green Ronin and Charlie Krank from Chaosium.

Episode 3 Links

Margaret Weis
Margaret Weis –
Storm Riders –!congrats-margaret/czdi 
Firefly RPG –!shop/c23st

Monte Cook
Monte Cook Games –
Numenera RPG –

What’s On Your Table
Pandemic –
Dungeon Roll –
Ambush Alley –
Defenders of the Realm –

Modiphius News
3D Virtual Tabletop

Nick Fallon – Cimmerian Space

Mobile Gaming
Ancient Battle – Rome
Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition


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Episode 19 – Santa Claws and Other Stories

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Dec 242012

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Hosts – Dan, Bryan, Mack, Steve

Topic – In this, our holiday episode, we discuss the many legends of Santa Claus, his counterparts, and ways to use them in your games.
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Cthulhu Britannica: Folklore Art Preview

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Nov 252012

If you like the “Old Ones”,you need to check this out!
I’m soooooooooooooooo geeked!

This new collection of horror scenarios for the Call of Cthulhu role playing game features five tales of horror and the weird, set within the green and pleasant land of England. Each scenario focuses upon a different time period, from the streets of Victorian London to the far future when End is almost nigh.

Bad Company concerns a missing son of a peer of the realm. The investigators must watch their step as they descend into a Victorian world of greed, insane desire and death.

•Darkness, Descending takes place the 1930s amongst the splendid greenery of the English countryside. Archaeologists come to unearth relics from Britain’s dawn find themselves at the centre of strange goings on. A simple case of theft? Or the foreshadowing of something far darker to come?

•Wrong Turn is a contemporary tale set in a long abandoned radio telescope installation. A television production crew must spend the night amidst the cobwebs and dust. The investigators would be advised to tread carefully lest they wake the ghosts of the past, present and future.

•King takes place in the near future at a private hospital. The investigators awake from surgery to realise that in the kingdom of the blind the one eyed man is king.

•Set during the end of days in an insane future is My Little Sister Will Make You Suffer! In a galaxy gone mad, where cruelty and entertainment go hand in hand, the investigators must run the gauntlet if they are not to meet their end.

Although each scenario can be played as part of an existing campaign, they also come with a set of pre-generated player characters, allowing all to be played and run with the minimum of effort.


Cthulhu Britannica: Folklore Art Preview

Nov 22 2012

With the high standards set by Shadows over Scotland the Cubicle 7 art team have been pulling out all the stops on Folklore.  Here is just a small sample of the art to be found within Cthulhu Britannica: Folklore:



Illustrators working on this book are:   Andy HepworthJon HodgsonPat LoboykoEric LofgrenRich LongmoreJeremy McHughSam Manley Scott Neil and Scott Purdy.


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Episode 15 – A Monstrous Discussion

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Oct 312012

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Hosts – Dan, Mack, Steve, Bryan


Topic – In this episode we discuss some classic monsters, and what makes a monster a monster.  Later, we try to make an original monster.





Media – 


Dredd 3D (2012) – IMDb
GURPS (Steve Jackson Games)
Blood Bowl
Rome (TV Series 2005–2007) – IMDb
Girls (TV Series 2012– ) – IMDb
The League (TV Series 2009– ) – IMDb
Farscape (TV Series 1999–2003) – IMDb
Boardwalk Empire (TV Series 2010– ) – IMDb
Atmosfear: The DVD Board Game (2003)
Universal Studios Maonters (Wikipedia
Jaws (1975) – IMDb
The Blob (1988) – IMDb (newest version)
Godzilla 2000 (1999) – IMDb
Godzilla VS Zilla -crappy battle (YouTube)
It (TV mini-series 1990– ) – IMDb
Peyote (Wikipedia)
Captain Spaulding – Devil’s Regects (YouTube)
Captain Spaulding – Groucho Marx (YouTube)
Cloverfield (2008) – IMDb
Hypnotoad (YouTube)
Pan’s Labyrinth (2006) – IMDb
“The X-Files” Squeeze (TV episode 1993) – IMDb
Slender Man – Marble Hornets
The Tall Man (Character) – IMDb
Exorcist Theme (Tubular Bells Dubstep Remix) – YouTube

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