This month, Roger and Mike consider the games we always run, the laws
of magic, and gaming within a chain of command.
This month, Mike and Roger compare generic systems, get romantic, and
touch on more real-life weirdness.
This month, Roger and Mike discuss the Powered by the Apocalypse
game, GMPCs, and real-world weirdness.
This month, Mike and Roger consider doom and gloom: backwards
character progression, campaigns after the big hero or villain is
gone, and game worlds in which things are slowly getting worse.
This month, Roger and Mike look at single-protagonist stories, end
campaigns, and pontificate on what should be in a new edition of an
This month, Roger and Mike consider preparation for a seasonal
one-shot, Dragonmeet and what we want
for Christmas, and at least two sorts of handwavium.
This month, Mike and Roger consider how much weirdness is too much,
discuss how to steal material, contemplate pre-written adventures and
look back on a gaming classic.
There's something off with the sound quality this time round, possibly
interference on the recording. Sorry about that.
This month, Roger and Mike consider disease, recorded game sessions,
running the same scenario with different systems, and how to worry
This month, Mike and Roger answer David F. Chapman's
RPG a Day
questions, and consider GMing advice.
This month, Mike and Roger hurl some games aside with great force,
consider their local area as a role-playing setting, try to be
consistent, and discuss a possible new way of introducing people to
This month, Roger and Mike discuss Paranoia and adversarial GMing, ask
how little you can tell your players before a campaign starts, have a
rant about story games with limited-use abilities, and praise thematic
This month, Roger and Mike consider Dragonmeet and games that aren't RPGs, look back at Tékumel, consider what's different about modern games, and contemplate seasonal adventures.
This month, Mike and Roger contemplate horror in the modern world.
Improvised Radio Theatre - With Dice! is a podcast by Roger Bell_West
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