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Music / Re: MP3's for you to listen to
« on: August 20, 2007, 10:59:09 am »
Sure, LadyM.  Hopefully, you'll get a chance to listen to some sometime and perhaps you will decide to move them elsewhere (or not).  Thanks,


Music / Re: MP3's of table top roleplaying
« on: August 19, 2007, 05:21:45 pm »
don't really see why'd I'd put those on my mp3

Have you actually listened to any of them or are you just randomly commenting?

Music / Re: MP3's of table top roleplaying
« on: August 19, 2007, 05:12:22 pm »
Lot more stuff is up for those who are interested.

Music / MP3's of table top roleplaying
« on: August 16, 2007, 05:36:08 pm »
You can either get individual game MP3's here:

or subscribe to the podcast here:

Hope you enjoy them!


ah pity no where near you but i can do this

I support this thread

Thanks!  I hope you are enjoying the podcasts!

Music / Re: MP3's for you to listen to
« on: August 12, 2007, 07:51:08 pm »
Now in what way is this music?

Music / MP3's for you to listen to
« on: August 12, 2007, 06:44:43 pm »
Wanted to let the other thread I started die as the group is full up right now.  So, I'll be putting everything in this thread instead.

New material for FRI night - the playing of the dreamlands module "Pickman's Student" (7 parts) is available at

I am publishing it first at this location first because people were telling me they were having problems downloading it from Best Sharing.



...but nobody in my area to play with......  :(

In Canada?  You're joking!  There are TONS of people there who roleplay.  Long winters, cold, crappy weather = lots of people getting together to roleplay.  If you were in that town in FL where all of the college spring break movies were held I'd have an easier time believing nobody was roleplaying.

I know what a podcast is and how to make one.

>>>Heck, you're ahead of where I was a month ago!!  I had to look it up on Wiki...

Sounds cool!  8)

>>>Hope you enjoy listening to it.

Problem is, quite a few people on this site aren't from the States(me included-I'm Canadian).

>>>I've visited Canada a few times.  The people are super nice but the lack of litter where I was kind of freaked me out.  They also taught me my only Canadian joke.  I thought it was funny.  Did some NERO (LARP) up there a few years ago.

So, your turnout might be low if your only recruiting for your bloodcul-I mean, Table-Top-Game from this site.

>>>Although I'm not sure what you mean by 'bloodcul' yes, I am doing recruiting from many sites looking for gamers.  It is a pain.  But, the nice thing is if you are not able to hit the game (live) you might enjoy the podcasts.  I'm not sure how many listeners I have in Canada right now.  /ponder

Enjoy your clean country!  (Gosh, I couldn't even bring myself to litter there.  It gave me the shakes.  I'm going to go outside and mess up my back yard for a minute to cope with the memories.)


So, you want us to meet at some place called HoffMan Estates?

And your site leads to a bunch of download links....

Now I'm really confused....

Heard of goggle maps?  That tells where Hoffman Estates is.  Here is the link:,+IL&ie=UTF8&z=12&iwloc=addr&om=1

The site I put there is my podcasting site.  Let me see if I can break it down.

- I live in Illinois.

- I do table top gaming.

- If you live in Illinois and are close to the place called "Hoffman Estates" then you might say "I'd like to go over and game with that group of people at Logan's.

- If you don't then chances are against you coming to game in that place called "Hoffman Estates" because honestly Illinois is not that interesting of state.  It's true that I have had players commute from a different state to get in on the game but that was only a couple times.

- Now when we do our table top roleplaying games in Hoffman Estates, we record them on MP3 and I upload them to a podcast site.  Don't ask me to explain podcasting because I barely do myself.  Fans wanted the show on podcast so bingo they got it.

- When I put the show up on podcast, they gave me a URL for a website with just my stuff on it.  Groovy.  That web page has many of the podcasts linked to it (plus more in the archives - several gigs of data there).  That's what the website is.

Does that make sense?



Podcasts / Podcast?
« on: August 10, 2007, 12:06:49 pm »
I'd be interested in hearing Gaming Steve's review (podcast) of my podcast.

Thanks and etc.

Ta'da!  This is now the only one of these topics.  Oh, this board is strict.

Thanks to the one nice person I encountered who advised me to delete the other message and just keep this one.  Thanks!



Description of the game:

The game is held in Hoffman Estates, IL.  It runs SAT noon on.  People do not need to commit for a full day, just come out for a few hours to check it out.  Yes, there is a game going on this weekend.  Many of the players show up once per two weeks.  Make whatever you can. 

The game year is currently in the early 1930s.  The characters are a wide mix of people who work at a private investigator office doctors, theologians, archaeologists, world war one vets and, of course, PIs.  Their cases run anything from missing persons to stopping Various Evil Things from doing...evil.  The campaign is a mix between realism and the bizarre.  As I have GMed for close to 30 years, I have gotten tired of dungeon crawls, etc.  I offer something new.

The system used is a percentage system with heavy modifications as I found d20 stuff to be less realistic and more encumbering than I liked.  I like some action and do not want to spend hours on the same battle.  The system itself has been play tested over a 7 year period with many other people and all but one of the fifty or so has enjoyed it more than systems they were previously familiar with (D&D, d20, WW, etc)  I am more interested in open minded roleplayers rather than the if it is not D&D it must be bad crowd.  The players I am looking for are more interested in is it a good game than what system is it.

If you have a gaming group and want to forward this e-mail to the folks of your group, I would appreciate it.  If several people want to show up for the game as a group, good, come check it out.

If you would like more information, I can be reached at

We regularly podcast the game.  It has fans literally around the world who enjoy listening to it.  The podcast can be found here:

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