We’re back boys and girls, and this time half of us braved certain (not really) death just to get to the mics in order to entertain and misinform! Join your hosts Matt and Robert as they embark upon yet another train wreck of a podcast, simply to punish your for listening. From eschewing much needed medical attention to playing the best video game tutorial ever, nothing is going to stop your hosts from bringing you the uselessness like never before. Sit back and relax as you plug in to a brand new episode of Useless Drivel – A Podcast Without a Point!
Your 14th favorite podcast is back with all new randomness and idiocy for a whole new week of jibba-jabba and bullsh-t! Join your hosts Robert and Matt as they discuss all manner of unimportant nonsense; from internet fights and Best Korea to brain-fat and HULK SMASH! It’s the kind of show that will make sweet, tender love to your ears while making you once again question your life choices. Never fact-checked, nearly incomprehensible, it’s a brand new episode of Useless Drivel – A Podcast Without a Point!
Watch out, internet, the boys are back in town! It’s a new month, so that means new podcasts for all of our glory and all of your misery. They’ve stuck it to “The Man” and found some time to talk meaningless nonsense into the mics for to provide you a questionable choice for weekly entertainment. You asked for it, so you’re going to get it! From charitable porn and undead appendages to comic books and comic movies, tune in and zone out as you suffer through a brand new episode of Useless Drivel – A Podcast Without a Point.
Seeing as the crew over at Gamerstable happens to be running an undoubtedly awesome Mutants and Masterminds game set in the Second World War, I couldn’t help but have a half hour nerdgasm full of talking at my car stereo like I was right there with them during their recording session. Be that as it may, their awesome episode last week (which can be heard here) inspired me to put my two cents in on some do’s and dont’s of either creating or running a game heavily influenced by, or set in an actual real-world historical setting.
I have long touted myself as a devout d20 system player, and never for the life of me could I imagine straying away from the rule-set when it comes to running a game. Sure, I’m completely open to trying new systems out as a Player, but as a GM, it might be safe to assume that sticking with the rule-set you know best is likely to garner the most success when it comes to running a campaign. Well, boys and girls, in my quasi-masochistic journey of redefining myself as a GM and Gamer in general, I have decided to break ties with the d20 system I know and love and venture into rules of a more “savage” variety…