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Hi, everyone. This episode was recorded prior to PAX Unplugged. It’s full of gaming goodness. Enjoy!
Today We Chat About:
Hot Rod Creeps
Matt Hyra | Cryptozoic Entertainment
The Quest for El Dorado
Reiner Knizia | Ravensburger Spieleverlag
Richard Garfield | IELLO
Scott Pilgrim’s Precious Little Card Game
Keith Baker | Renegade Game Studios
Jim Henson’s Labyrinth: The Board Game
Alessio Cavatore | River Horse Ltd.
Antoine Bauza | Funforge
Gil d’Orey & Atonio Sousa Lara | Arcane Wonders
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Rach & Rich are talking about reactive MCing vs. proactive MCing. Timecodes Overview (00:36) “The game is a conversation” (04:03) The reactive position (07:47) The proactive position (12:43) Stepping back (17:50) Being engaged (18:55) Closing thoughts (25:40) Links Our website www.gauntlet-rpg.com Our Patreon patreon.com/gauntlet Follow us on Twitter @GauntletRPG https://patreon.com/gauntlet
For this special episode of The Gauntlet Podcast, we present the "Being a Great Player" panel from Gauntlet Con 2017! The moderator of the panel was Yoshi Creelman. The panelists were Sherri Stewart and Patrick Knowles.
We talk a lot about how to make your games better, but how do you make yourself better? Emma Larkins joins us to discuss honing your analytical skills, the importance of daily practice, valuable game design resources, and how to not take feedback personally.
Join in the fun by posting your own design practice to #gamedesigndaily on Twitter, Instragram, or your hashtaggable social media service of choice!
Christa David left a six-figure earning career as a public health researcher for a full-time gig as an artist. She makes collages, paintings, and photographs that explore themes of racial, economic, and social inequity. Here Christa talks about what she learned as a 14-year-old mom and how that informs her art business today, the ups and downs of being your own boss, and what it means to make art as a black woman in America today.
Michael Coe comes on the show to talk about the brand new Tiny Epic Defenders 2nd Edition and The Dark War expansion, both on Kickstarter right now. We cover topics ranging from equipable meeples, design challenges, upcoming projects, reflections of a veteran kickstarter-superstar, and company goals for Gamelyn Games. This is Michael’s second time on the show, and is one of Jack’s favorite people in the board game space.No time stamps for this episode due to the quick turnaround.Helpful Links:Tiny Epic Defenders & The Dark War Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/coe/tiny-epic-defenders-the-dark-war-and-ted-2nd-editi?ref=discoveryMichael Coe’s first TCbH interview: http://www.cardboardherald.com/podcasts/2017/3/29/episode-21-michael-coe-of-gamelyn-gamesScott Almes’ TCbH interview: http://www.cardboardherald.com/podcasts/2017/5/17/episode-28-scott-almes-tiny-epic-designerInis first impressions video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ymVz1MRvPWQ&t=19sHellas & Elysium first impressions video: http://www.cardboardherald.com/reviews/2017/9/26/expansoin-mini-terraforming-mars-hellas-elysium
Grant Rodiek joins us to talk about randomness and skill.
Three things are necessary for Kickstarter Success.
#1 Building the Audience - James tells us how
#2 Professional Artists - You can’t get by with amateur
#3 Pre-marketing - You must invest time…
Graphic designer and entrepreneurial super-hero, Tina Roth Eisenberg aka
swissmiss, has always been full of ideas. Luckily, she channels her powers
for good: like the lecture series CreativeMornings, Tattly temporary
tattoos, to-do app TeuxDeux and the popular design blog swissmiss. She
shares with Jaime and Amy the magic of finding and building community
through non-transactional giving, the positive side of divorce and the
benefits of keeping a desk drawer stocked with confetti.
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