Saturday, December 06, 2008

AGC 92 December 6 2008 (12 RPGs with Sean Patrick Fannon) (1:37:02)

With Mark Kinney, Carol, Mags, and Sean Patrick Fannon. Driving in snow transitions into recent GenCon news. An introduction to industry veteran Sean Patrick Fannon, complete with you-heard-it-here-first annoucnements! His Quest. The 12 RPGs All Gamers Should Play Before They Die meme. The Wizards layoffs came over the wire as we recorded. Feedback about Monster Camp -- more gaming movies? Feedback about the Sultan in comparison with other specialized gaming tables, reaction to Red Neck Life, and what about episode 100? ConGlomeration need a venue!

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Sean Patrick Fannon's Quest Links
About The Quest
Sean's RPGLife Bio

Show links
Talisman Studios (Shaintar: Immortal Legends)
Sean's 12 RPGs
Dungeons and Dragons (TSR D&D Archive)
Advanced Dungeons and Dragons (TSR D&D Archive)
White Wolf Game Studio (Storyteller, Minds Eye Theater)
Champions (Hero Games)
Star Wars d6 (Wikipedia)
Star Wars (Wizards of the Coast)
Phage Press (Amber Diceless Roleplaying)
Diceless By Design (Future Amber Publishers)
Deliria (Wikipedia)
Top Secret (Wikipedia)
James Bond 007 (Wikipedia)
Far Future Enterprises (Twilight 2000)
Twilight 2013 (93 Studios)
Kill Puppies For Satan (Lumpley Games)
Paranoia (Mongoose Publishing)
Castle Falkenstein (R. Talsorian)
Mutants and Masterminds (Green Ronin Publishing)
Evil Hat Productions (Don't Rest Your Head and Spirit of the Century)
Legend of the Five Rings (Alderac Entertainment Group)
Pinnacle Entertainment Group (Savage Worlds)
Over The Edge (Atlas Games)
Monster Camp
Uber Goober
Dead Gentlemen Productions (The Gamers)

The DiceCast
International Detective Dragons From Outer Space
Quarter Share

Contact Us! (Ben Balestra) (Carol) (Mags) (Contest Address)


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Anonymous said...

Just a quick note to say thanks. Another great episode. I started of with D&D, which led into AD&D. But additional memories came when you mentioned Top Secret and James Bond 007. The best RPG adventure I ever did was a Top Secret adventure.