• 01:01

    GWA Uncut Season 21 Week 22

    in Wrestling

    All the latest happenings from the Global Wrestling Alliance.

  • 01:01

    GWA Uncut Season 21 Week 21

    in Wrestling

    All the latest happenings from the Global Wrestling Alliance.

  • 01:01

    GWA Uncut Season 21 Week 19

    in Wrestling

    All the latest happenings from the GWA.

  • 01:11

    Action! Excitement! Robin Laws Chats About Feng Shui 2nd Edition

    in Entertainment

    When it was released in the 1990s Feng Shui was a genre crushing breath of fresh air. In an era of D&D clones and "mood" role playing games, Robin D. Laws' game of Hong Kong film inspired action was just what the gaming community needed. Now it's back and he joins us to talk about this fantastic game's second edition.


    Eunuch sorcerers. Slick conspirators. Cyborg apes. Control freak monks. Armed with the secrets of Feng Shui, all aim to conquer the past, present, and future. Only you have the guts, guns, and flying feet to stop them!


    It’s back in all its explodey, chi-blasting glory: Feng Shui, the classic game of Hong Kong-inspired cinematic action, refurbished with a fresh bag of ammo for a new roleplaying generation! Original designer Robin D. Laws rushes your way on a bullet-riddled gurney to serve up the thrills fans remember, furiouser and faster than ever.


    Choose between a wide array of action flick archetypes. Be an icy-cool killer, a determined martial artist, a maverick cop, a crusty old master, a clanking cyborg, a highway ronin, or a melancholy ghost. 


    Fight with free-flowing bravura! Lay low mooks, foes and bosses with guns, fu, magic, monster powers or the genetic mutations of a blasted future. Deploy smarts and skill to find your next fight! 


    Bolster your abilities by capturing special sites of power, the key to the chi war that secretly commands history’s course. 


    Journey through time portals from contemporary Hong Kong to the Tang Dynasty, from the rebellion-soaked Opium Wars era to scorched, post-apocalyptic roadways. 


     

  • 00:31

    GWA Uncut Season 21 Week 17

    in Wrestling

    All the latest news and happenings from the GWA.

  • 01:36

    Discussing SHATTERED SHIELDS with Jennifer Brozek and Bryan Thomas Schmidt

    in Entertainment

    Jennifer Brozek and Byran Thomas Schmidt have edited an anthology for Baen Books that highlights stories that contain Faith and Magic. 


    "Swords and Shields. Faith and Magic.


    Grab yours and get ready, for the enemy is on the move.


    High fantasy and mighty conflicts go hand-in-hand. In great wars, armies rise to fight evil hordes and heroes struggle to push beyond their imperfections and save the day. These stories include more than just epic landscapes and characters...but also epic battles.


    Imagine a doctor struggling to identify the spy who has infiltrated his company's ranks and poisoned his colleagues or a boy suspected of murder by a king yet protected by a princess as he helps her father against his own people. Imagine a butcher discovering that he's called to lead an uprising, or a First Born knowing that she must betray her own in order to save humanity.


    The possibilities are endless, but at the heart they have this in common: soldiers--ordinary and otherwise-struggling against extraordinary odds to survive the day. They must withstand dark magic, dodge enemy blades, and defy the odds to survive SHATTERED SHIELDS."


    Selected Contents:



    “Ashes and Starlight” (Runelords) by David Farland

    “Invictus” by Annie Bellett

    “Rising Above” by Sarah A. Hoyt

    “Hoofsore and Weary” by Cat Rambo

    “Vengeance” (Frost) by Robin Wayne Bailey

    “Yael of the Strings” by John R. Fultz

    “The Gleaners” by Dave Gross

    “Bonded Men” by James L. Sutter

    “Bone Candy” (Black Company) by Glen Cook

    “First Blood” (Paksenarrion) by Elizabeth Moon

  • 01:28

    Adventure Maximus! -- Teaching the Next Generation of Gamers to Play

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    Francis Hogan designed Adventure Maximus! to be a game where kids easily create characters, plan and run adventures, find treasures and be heroes! Like most role playing games Adventure Maximus! inspires creativity and problem solving, but unlike computer and console based rpgs it provides quality face time with family and friends.

    Francis launched Adventure Maximus! on Kickstarter last year and recently sold out of the first run of the Eden Studios published role playing game. Francis joins us to discuss the recent trend of designing games for younger players, how he got into the hobby, what it was like to run the Kickstarter campaign, and what's next for Adventure Maximus! Let's just say that a good name might be Ad Astra Maximus!

  • 00:30

    RolePlaying - Episode 5

    in Social Networking

    What adventure do we have today? WHAT! We are going to get russled by the jimmies!? THIS CAN'T BE!
     
    For RolePlayers

  • 02:02

    Stimulating Saturdays w/SANINA feat. Christiana Harrell

    in Radio

    Sex, Passion, Roll Playing, Toys, S&M, and Pure Freakiness all rolled into one show. Hmmmm sounds about right. Yes we are bringing you The Sexiest late night show on the air waves with the lovely lesbian erotica writer Sanina. Stimulating Saturdays is sure to make you Hot & Bothered as her sultry voice drips through your speakers and she exposes your inner sex God/Goddess.

     

  • 01:44

    Wayne Shaw Talks Superhero RPG History

    in Entertainment

    The early days of Superhero themed role playing games is a case study in innovation and collaborative design. At his Advanced Dungeons and Parenting blog Geekerati host Christian Lindke demonstrated some of the influence that Superhero 2044 influenced the Champions roleplaying game's combat system, but the Superhero 2044 rulebook wasn't the only thing to influence the Champions system.


    In the first edition of the Champions role playing game book, there is a brief dicsussion of how the game came to be designed. The basic story told in that text is that George MacDonald "had some good ideas for combat and characteristics, but the problem of assigning powers was a difficult one. George met Wayne Shaw at a convention, and saw his point system for distributing superpowers. The current system looks almost nothing like Wayne's original work, but owes much in spirit to Wayne and his group's pioneering work"


    Those rules were published in issue 8 of the Southern California based fanzine Lords of Chaos, and we are lucky enough to talk with Wayne about how those rules were designed and get a glimpse into pre-internet era collaboration and innovation.

  • 01:57

    Fantasy Con Two Hour Special

    in Entertainment

    Dungeon Crawlers Radio is doing a special one hour show with the brilliant minds behind this years Fantasy Con. Live this Tuesday June 24th starting at 6:00pm MST from Fantasy Con headquarters!!
    We will be talking about General Fantasy Con info, FilmQuest Film Festival, Cosplay, Panels, celebrities, parade and awesome Lord of the Rings/Hobbit news.
    Fantasy Con is the first convention of its kind to open the world of fantasy to all and create an interactive, immersive experience that celebrates pop fantasy culture. They believe in providing the best show possible for your money.
    They want attendees to bring their families and come visit with fantasy celebrities, dress up for cosplay and live-action roleplaying, wield swords, shoot bows, enjoy shows, explore masterworks of art, eat delicious foods, and be entertained while creating memories that will last a lifetime.
    Feel free to contact Dungeon Crawlers Radio during the live interview by email, Facebook, or calling in live to 626-226-1475. This show will broadcast live on June 24th starting at 6:00pm MST.

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