Dave and Nate review 'Forgive Us' by Kelvin Green, lacking patience for new rules, Into the Odd (again), the new edition of D&D and why neither of them have read it yet, Wizards of the Coast, gaming styles, edition wars, and Doing it Yourself.
But more importantly, they announce the first ever GAMING PODCAST ABOUT NOTHING COMPETITION, in which you can win your very own - yes, your very own - "friendship" version of Into the Odd. Listen to the podcast for details, but the rules are below:
1. To enter, comment on this post and leave an entry for a book in the
Library of Bastion: a title and one line description of the book.
2. Enter as many times as you want. Two entries = two chances at winning. Enter on separate comments.
A winner will be selected at random during the next recording of A
Gaming Podcast About Nothing. The winner will be selected at random by
4. The winner will receive a Friendship Edition paperback copy of Into The Odd (we'll contact you for your address).
5. Entries close at 12:00GMT - midday - on 28th February 2015.
Link to the podcast download: https://archive.org/download/AGPANEpisode14/AGPAN_Episode_14.mp3
Proud and Delicious: The Gum of Bastion. An illustrated and scholarly compendium of the many gums produced and enjoyed by the citizens of Bastion.ReplyDelete
Tales of Exploration With the Classy Chokers. True adventure stories collected by the agents of the notorious exploration company; suitable for a mature audience.ReplyDelete
You Can Quit Chewing Gum, If You Smoke Instead. A self-help book designed to help the gum-chewing citizen of Bastion put aside their disgusting gums and adopt the pipe, cigar, or hookah instead.ReplyDelete
On the Importance of Hats for Concealing Garrotes. Beautiful illustrations of different hat-types and the garrotes they can conceal, suitable for all ages.ReplyDelete
All the Arcanum, Great and Small. This tome attempts to describe and categorize all the Arcana, which is of course impossible.ReplyDelete
The Galvanic Revivification of Human Flesh. A scientific treatise on the processes and equipment needed to reanimate a corpse with electricity.ReplyDelete
Soul-trapping and Other Requirements for Created Beings. A must-have book for any Scientific Creator that wishes to get any real use out of their revivified corpses.ReplyDelete
Your Proper Rights to Crossbows, Flintlocks, and Rapiers. A somewhat strident collection of essays regarding the right of the common person to defend themselves, written in an odd version of our language.ReplyDelete
Weapons For the Proper Citizen: Sword-canes, Parasols, and Derringers. A well-diagrammed and properly explained instructional book that explains the martial use of common objects, written in an impeccable language.ReplyDelete