Mar 16, 2008
WARNING: Instances of very strong language may offend some listeners.
1. News & Views
D&D 4e gets some play at the D&D Experience. Chuck says: "It doesn't suck!"
Dreamwalker: Revised. Initial thoughts, very cool and interesting. More later.
Steven Brust's free Firefly novel, My Own Kind of Freedom.
2. Feature: Franchise Fiasco
The Unit: add some vampires and werewolves for the Night Unit.
The Untouchables: add magic and rogue thaumaturges (say that three times fast) and you have the Uncharmables.
Spooks: add the supernatural and you've got Spooky.
Stargate: it's the 1880s, it's on Captain Nemo's island, and Earth is threatened by the hi-tech and/or magical denizens beyond it. This one didn't get a name.
3. Podcast News
A. FFoCaG, Your Source for Star Trek News!
FFoCaG has been accepted into Paramount Pictures webmaster program campaign for the upcoming Star Trek feature film being released 12.25.08. The guys at FFoCaG will be getting first hand news and information directly from Paramount to report via their website with other opportunities available down the pike as the release the date draws nearer.
Paramount is also tracking traffic between their site and the official Paramount site for Star Trek, so if you want to visit the official Paramount Star Trek site, do it through www.fistfullofcomics.com/st. If you want the latest news, visit www.fistfullofcomics.com/startrek.
B. The Secret Lair: not so secret
Chris and KJ who were two of the regular hosts on the late Roundtable podcast from the House of the Harping Monkey are back with the Secret Lair. These two villains crouch like spiders in their lair, waiting for the unwary. Ken Newquist, he of Nuketown Radio Active, has been captured and interrogated in episode 6. None can say who might be next. Perhaps you!
C. The Game That May Be: Mick just couldn't
And the final piece in the Roundtable podcast puzzle has broken cover. Mick Bradley is soloing in the podosphere with The Game That May Be. In Mick's own words: What kind of roleplayer do I want to be? What kinds of games do I want to play, how do I want to play them, and who do I want to play them with? What tools are available to help me figure all that out, and to help me get where I want to go? Exploring the answers to those questions is what this site is about. It's my ongoing chronicle of my roleplaying life. Here's where I ponder, wonder, dream, wrestle, steal, and share. If you're interested, come along.
You can find Mick at harpingmonkey.com/tgtmb.
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