Ben Duncan grew up religious, but somehow his parents let him watch Star Trek, which is about a secular progressive utopia. I don’t understand it, but he watched it and he loved it, so now we talked about it.
In the first episode the series, I sat down to talk with Leo Jenicek of The Pod of Many Casts. This week, I spoke to the DM for that show, Scott Brown, who does an excellent job of keeping up with all the nonsense Leo and the other players pit against him. We talk about Scott’s background with RPGs, and how he handles some truly protean characters while still moving the story forward.
In the second episode of our interview series “The Dungeon Masters,” I sat down to talk with Derek Krentz who you will recognize as one of the players on this very podcast. Derek is both one of my players, and one of my dungeon masters, so we talked about the games we’ve both run and played.
In the first episode of our interview series “The Dungeon Masters,” I sat down to talk with Leo Jenicek of The Pod of Many Casts. I met Leo at GenCon a few years back, and I’ve kept in touch over the years, and thought he’d be an interesting guy to talk to about what it means to be a DM. I was not disappointed.
Leo plays the role of Lord Cornelius Ashe on The Pod of Many Casts, links to which are below. You can also read Leo’s writing at jenicek.org and read his daily D&D inspired haikus at @d_and_dhaiku.
Everyone’s Got a Thing is back! I sat down with the very funny Jason Stapls to talk about Rap/Hip-Hop, which is a genre of music that I like but know very little about. Jason brought along a playlist of songs covering his history with rap, which you can find below. I’m very excited to be back after such a long hiatus, and we’ve got great guests lined up to talk about all sorts of interesting stuff!