We’re back and we’re turning 200. Please be gentle. We’re tired and our feet hurt.
Main Topic: Ask Us Anything
This is our big 200th episode celebration! Somehow, we’ve managed to keep the podcast going for 7 1/2 years, racking up a frightening number of hours of our words. Once you count all the special episodes, backer-only specials, story readings and the like, the total is probably closer to 250 episodes, but we’ll only count the full releases. It saves confusing ourselves even more than usual.
We thought we might celebrate this milestone by opening ourselves up to interrogation by our listeners. You sent in something like 200 questions via Twitter, Facebook, Discord, Reddit and Patreon. We had to narrow this down to a dozen or so, otherwise we might still be recording this episode. Our audience proxy, asking your questions in his own voice, is Mike Mason, creative director for the Call of Cthulhu RPG.
Thank you again to cuppycup of the wonderful Ain’t Slayed Nobody podcast for his help in salvaging some damaged audio from this recording session!
Once again, the pandemic means we recorded this episode remotely. We’re getting used to this.
Things we mention in this 200th episode include:
- Call of Cthulhu Temple Edition
- Kult Demiurge Edition
- Hot War Transmission
- Nameless Horrors
- Softcover AD&D Monster Manual
- Beyond the Mountains of Madness
- Tunnels & Trolls
- St Elmo Steak House
- Dah Bin Lo
- Fogo de Chão
- The Good Friends YouTube channel
- Ain’t Slayed Nobody
- Into the Darkness
- Necronomicon Providence
- Gen Con
- Miskatonic University Podcast
- Sons of Kryos
- The Grognard Files
- What Would the Smart Party Do?
- World War Cthulhu: Cold War
- Covert Actions
- The Realm of Shadows
- The Two-Headed Serpent
- The Two-Headed Serpent Keepers Facebook group
The Surrey Enigma on Grizzly Peaks Radio
Scott has been guesting on Andy Goodman’s wonderful Grizzly Peaks Radio podcast. Andy has dug out another old marvel from the glory days of White Dwarf, in the form of “The Surrey Enigma” by Marcus L Rowland. Episodes should start appearing in your feeds soon. Prepare for bloody chaos and some turns of events that must have Enid Blyton turning in her grave.
News From Chaosium
Elder Gods willing, the slipcase edition of the Malleus Monstrorum should now be available in print across the globe. The revised, publicly available version of the former organised-play campaign A Time to Harvest should be available very soon as well.