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Three former game store employees talk about Dungeons and Dragons, build a custom setting for Roleplaying Games, and chat about other board, miniature, card, and hobby games. Available episodes.
Our Dropouts return with a standard episode discussing the best ways to get new people to enjoy the hobby. The guys talk about ing the board game table as well as the role playing tables. Jul 5, Jun 21, Mark is the creator of many notable games including Vampire: The Masquerade and the World of Darkness.
The new game The Curse of Bloodstone Isle promises a great deal of pirate infused adventure as well as an introduction to a whole new game system. Jun 7, The Dropouts take a break from DnD to talk about one of their favorite board games, Wingspan!
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Taking time to dig in to some deeper strategies, the guys try to help you score better and maybe win a couple more games. May 24, They also talk about some other systems and games that work well for horror themed games, if that's what you're after!
May 10, In the thrilling conclusion to the Dropouts first multi-part event, they discuss creating memorable Baddies for your games. What makes a villain feel real inside your game?
And other interesting tips. A new Patreon campaign is also launched! Apr 26, Check out how you can make memorable NPC's that help the party or are there to make life difficult without being true villains.
Apr 12, Mr Gibbs and Robert take some time to discuss the use of NPC's in your table top role playing games, how to create them and make them memorable. In the first episode of a three part series we talk about the minor kinds of NPC's that might not show up in your game too often but are still important. Mar 29, Craig Shipman, head of Third Floor Wars and host of a few AP podcasts, s the Dropouts this week to discuss his approach to running games and some other stuff.
Craig gives the Dropouts plenty to think about and some tips and tricks to maybe improve their own games. Mar 15, Mr Gibbs and Robert are ed by fellow Dropout, JR, to discuss the best ways to show the changes that a character can go through during a game. Learn mechanical and narrative ways to show your group that the character you are playing has changed.
Mar 1, News on a couple of games, the IndyStorm Convention forand the future of the bonus episode series. Feb 15, Get tips and tricks on how to move your game forward and keep everyone interested and engaged.
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Feb 1, The Dropouts get together to discuss whether they believe it is important to have a session zero for your roleplaying games, and different ways to run them if you want to have one before you begin your next campaign. Jan 19, We're back! The Dropouts discuss the past and future of the show after catching up with each other after being on such a long hiatus!
Oct 5, Mr Gibbs begins a solo series describing his process of creating a campaign. Sep 5, The Dropouts discuss ways to become a better participant in your game's roleplaying opportunities. Also, how to incorporate more roleplaying chances as a DM. Jun 13, The Dropouts are ed by a guest and talk about how to play games from afar using different online tools. Apr 10, The Dropouts record remotely for the first time and talk about how to build culture in your custom roleplaying worlds. Mar 13, The Dropouts get back to Dungeons and Dragons and talk about the importance of History in your custom worlds, as well as sharing some tips and tricks about how to make convincing histories for your unique places.
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Feb 7, Dropouts Mr Gibbs and Robert talk about their experiences at the IndyStorm gaming convention over Super Bowl weekend, what they did, how they liked it, and what they think can be done to improve the event. Jan 10, Nov 1, The Dropouts try out a new format to the show and discuss how maps can be used to enhance you games as well as guide your world building efforts.
Oct 11, The Dropouts discuss where to start when creating a custom setting for roleplaying games and Robert and Mr Gibbs talk about their experiences at GenCon Sep 20, The Dropouts discuss why you might want to create a scratch built roleplaying setting. Sep 12,