Category Archives: Interview

Episode 29 – Interview with Sean Branney and Andrew Leman of the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society

If you’re a Lovecraft fan you have no doubt heard of the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society.  From their film adaptations of Call of Cthulhu and Whisperer in The Dark to audio dramas, clothing, props, and more; HPLHS have established themselves as a premiere source for Lovecraftian entertainment.

In this episode we interview Sean Branney and Andrew Leman of the HPLHS to discuss the organization’s history, membership, Gen Con, and Dark Adventure Radio Theatre – a dramatization of Chaosium’s Masks of Nyarlathotep.

Be sure to check out the H.P. Lovecraft Society and Chaosium’s  booth (#829) at Gen Con 2018.

Pre-order a copy of the Dark Adventure Radio Theatre rendition of Masks of Nyarlathotep at the HLPS site.

 

Episode 25 – Interview with Kyle Carty about Savage Tokusatsu

Kyle Carty of BPB Games stops by to discuss his new game Savage Tokusatsu. Savage Tokusatsu is a roleplaying supplement for Savage Worlds that captures the feeling of both high octane, light hearted transforming heroes and grim fatalistic battles against kaiju.

With simple and fun rules for joint robot piloting, designing unique arms and armor, and high energy combat rules, Savage Tokusatsu is a great addition to any Savage Worlds fan’s collection

Check out Savage Tokusatsu on Kickstarter!

Episode 21: Interview with Gobblin’ Creator Greg Predmore

Game designer and The Drunk and Ugly podcast member Greg Predmore swings by to discuss his new game Gobblin’, which is currently kickstarting on, well, Kickstarter.

Set in a post-apocalyptic Earth, the goblin race has been banished from their home dimension. Humans may or may not be present, but they’ve sure left a lot of great toys laying around the goblins to play with and/or destroy themselves with reckless abandon.

 

Actual plays of Gobblin’ can be found at Role Playing Public Radio (RPPR) and The Drunk and Ugly Podcast.

 

Check out Gobblin’ on Kickstarter today.

 

Also, check out Greg’s other podcast, Anime Daydreams.