Episode 199

Rich is back from his wedding! So we talk games to play on your honeymoon, he gets a wedding gift from DMs Guild creator Jeremy Forbing and we’re back to the hard decision of Pickstarters! Not to mention lots of gaming news and other hands on reviews! Coming up!

Fortnight in Nerddom, Two Sennights in Sorcery

Gaming News:

Kenna’s Licensing Korner!

DMs Guild Masterpiece
Theme song by Michael Iachini

Kickstarters (end date April 19th and later):
Pickstarters: [K] Kenna and {R}

Listener Questions:
Theme song by Michael Iachini

  • Jesse Ferguson: What are the best games to play on a honeymoon?
  • Mike Selinker: If you could be Rich Malena for one day, how many individual decision problems with stochastic outcomes would you solve?

Episode 157

Hello again, dear listeners. YOU are featured in this episode! You joined in on my new segment: Wild Speculation. And then you send in SO MANY great questions! Thanks for all your participation! As always, we also cover all the latest in tabletop news and kickstarters as well as our Week in Geek!

Until next time…

Week in Geek

Tabletop News:

Wild Speculations?

D&D won’t be at PAX because they’re going to blow all their money at GenCon doing:

What’s up with D&D

Kickstarters: Pickstarter Picks: [K] Kenna & {R} Rich

Questions!

  • Jesse: What are you doing to ensure that we get online, cross-platform multiplier for Splendor on iOS/Android?
    • Kenna: Nothing! 😀
    • Rich: It’s an undercover operation… we can’t talk about it.
  • Ryan: What are some great options for running 4E if the digital tools go down along with silverlight?
    • Kenna: BURN IT ALL DOWN. (aka start over)
    • Rich: Keep a dedicated computer to old browser and PROTECT IT FROM EVER UPDATING EVER (or start over).
  • Teos: What is a “good” price per mini for the average RPG player? What is the typical price range players will find?
    • Rich: Not more than $20.00 (err… $22.00).
    • Kenna: $2.oo – $8.00, depending on length of campaign
  • Levi: Ever play an RPG character directly influenced by a fictional character from some media? How was it received by players?
  • Richard: How do you determine if a Kickstarter is worth backing if you’re not familiar with the creator. Tips?
    • Rich: Step (1): Make sure the video is good. Step (2): Have a maximum dollar amount that you’re willing to risk on a mediocre game.
    • Kenna: See also the billion other tips we rattled off in the podcast…