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Looking Back at PodCon 2

Feb 20, 2019

We can’t believe it’s been a month since PodCon 2 in Seattle. Perhaps it’s time for our take on this new convention!

Seattle can be a somewhat expensive destination, so is PodCon 2 the con for you? Hopefully, our experiences can help you decide when tickets go on sale for PodCon 3!

 

PodCon is unlike most...


Microscope Potluck Blog

Feb 4, 2019

Alas, our romp through the fractal role-playing game Microscope has ended.  It’s time to take out those slides and call it a day. Here’s what we thought:

 

Charlotte thinks the layout and design of the book is great and easy to navigate. If you need to find a rule quickly, you can look at the tabs on the side and...


Trollbabe Potluck Blog

Jan 7, 2019

Trollbabe is a unique game, even by our standards, and we had a lot of fun unpacking what just happened.

 

Mechanically-speaking, Trollbabe is the very definition of lightweight. Character creation, for instance, was a quick experience. The only real decision you need to make is to decide your character’s single stat,...


A Gamehole Con Review

Nov 21, 2018

If you were in Madison, WI at the start of November, we hope you were lucky enough to attend Gamehole Con at the Alliant Energy Center. Megan had the chance to enjoy the first couple days of the con and had a blast! 

As a Con-Goer used to the likes of Gencon and NYCC, this con was completely different. Gamehole Con is a...


Dungeons & Dragons Potluck Blog

Oct 15, 2018

Reviewing a game like Dungeons & Dragons is a daunting task. It’s a game with decades of history, it invented a new kind of entertainment, and is literally the reason we are here making this podcast for you. Each of us has personal history with D&D as well, so we all have very strong opinions on the rules and flavor....