James, Lacey and Kurt break down some absurd gaming ideas and games we have played. Starting with using Zelda for dungeon crawl inspiration, a Blue Beards Bride Power Ranger adaptation, Baron von Munchausen, the Princess Bride dungeon and the spark of a new project with troubadour
The most dangerous and final mission at Trud Gornyaka, supporting the invasion of Rustov on Don. Hard choices are made in the air, storms of flak and enemy fire, the section begins to come apart and there are casualties on board. Our Russian airwomen head to the next duty station but not before a haunting letter arrives.
In celebration of Halloween, James and Lacey brainstorm a horror scenario. After scrolling through different google image searches and settling on a photograph from Thomas G Anderson, we use the photo as a source of inspiration to build a modern fae story around.
James and Lacey recap the HillCon experience and the games we played and ran. We break down Kids on Bikes, PvP in Dread and a new Sci Fi scenario, classic 70s TV adventure with Disco Ambulance and Spirit of 77, the most recent playtest of Worms at Hillcon and Indie Game Days, reminiscing about parents interrupting our gaming and much more.
Vera finds comfort from a surprising place, Galya confesses her frustrations with the Polititruk, the airwomen seek some R&R and try to avoid any entanglements.
Game designer and author, Jonathan Tweet, returns to the podcast. We discuss the lack of nonfiction books for preschoolers, teaching science with games, and RPGs for all ages. Tweet details his quest to introduce evolution to preschoolers with his book, Grandmother Fish, and his newly released game Clades.
James and Lacey celebrate 100 episodes with Patreon backer and listener questions and share some of our favorite podcast moments.