Tagged with “rpg” (62)

  1. Tabletop RPG Industry Myths with Cat Tobin (Pelgrane Press CEO) | dicegeeks

    Tabletop RPG industry myths and mistakes are tackled on the podcast today by Pelgrane Press CEO Cat Tobin. What is the RPG industry like? How do you get a job in the RPG industry? How do you self-publish content for existing company products? We touch on all of those topics and more. We also discuss how Cat was introduced to …


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  2. The Fall of Delta Green, Vampire the Masquerade, Role-playing Game Industry with Ken Hite | dicegeeks

    Ken Hite has designed tabletop role-playing games for more than 20 years. He has worked for many RPG companies from Wizards of the Coast to Pelgrane Press. Some of his RPGs include Trail of Cthulhu, Night’s Black Agents, The Fall of Delta Green, and the fifth edition of Vampire: The Masquerade. In the podcast episode, Ken and I discuss his …


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  3. Robin Laws at The Kraken 2019 | What Would The Smart Party Do?

    Bonus Episode - Robin Laws at The Kraken 2019

    (a.k.a You and I Can Go Fight Some Lesser Podcasts)

    He was last at The Kraken two years ago, and so when Robin Laws returned in 2019, it was only right that we tried to get some time to talk to him again about what he's been up to, reminisce about some old



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  4. Plot Points: Swords, Spies, & Shoggoths: The Pelgrane Press Panel from Gen Con 2019- Ep. 156

    Discover what secrets will be sprung upon the world by Pelgrane Press in the coming months! Can your heart stand the appalling shocks? Explore tabletop role-playing at its finest!   Ben’s book on RPG adventure design, Encounter Theory, is on DriveThruRPG. Click here to pick up this essential volume! Like Plot Points? Support it on Patreon at the $2 level, and you’ll get a sneak peek into Ben’s book about the sale of TSR to Wizards of the Coast! This chapter concerns TSR West, an effort by TSR to open an LA office devoted to producing comic books, an effort that failed rather impressively. It is the product of a dozen interviews with professionals from comics, gaming, and Hollywood, and as far as I can reckon, it is a tale entirely untold until now.   Image courtesy Pelgrane Press.   Theme music courtesy 50 Breaks.


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