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Wil, have you seen or heard of Our Last Best Hope yet? It's a game which recently was on kickstarter and it's in a similar vein to Fiasco, but it's designed to emulate world or civilization ending disaster stories.
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Wow, rules lawyers actually complained about you guys not playing right? When the guy who made the game was right there playing it? That takes a lot of balls. No brains whatsoever and a real douchebag attitude sure, but amazing balls. Personally, this was my favorite episode of Tabletop so far because it's the one game (besides Zombie Dice) which I knew backwards and forwards and play regularly.
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Sandman Slim is indeed considerably awesome, I agree. Hopefully you mentioning it will get more people to read it which will mean more people I can talk to about it. My plan is working perfectly...
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Bugger, I was hoping for another GenCon appearance since I get to go there this year.
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NaNoWriMo is simultaneously the best and the most terrifying thing as a writer. Can't stop to second-guess yourself, just have to write and keep writing. I love it and hope I can turn this year's effort into a published work.
Toggle Commented Oct 13, 2010 on precious and fragile things at WWdN: In Exile
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Like others have pointed out, you're only human Wil. And after a busy weekend at PAX, then a dose of the PAX pox, it's easy to see why your temper may have been shorter than usual. Everybody loses their shit at some point for no good reason. You've sucked it up and apologized and that's all that anybody can and should reasonably expect from you. I personally don't think you were completely unwarranted in being upset, but sometimes even a justified angry reaction is not the best thing to do.
Toggle Commented Sep 11, 2010 on in which wil goes HULK SMASH at WWdN: In Exile
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I guessed last week (at that horrible cliffhanger) that good old Aeofel was not long for this world, but I'd hoped that it'd be pulled off anyway. Someone on the Wizards boards said it best that this was like the Empire Strikes Back of the D&D podcasts. Aeofel is dead, Binwin doesn't get his vengeance on the Ambershards, and Acquisitions Incorporated has only narrowly avoided total destruction and complete failure. Now we need a rousing return (sans small furry bipeds)in the next podcast to claim victory and vengeance.
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Oh man. I wish you'd done this at PAX. I'd have been there in a heartbeat. Tuscon is a bit far to drive out too. :/
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I've been enjoying the hell out of listening to these. Just yesterday, my first day back at work after PAX, I listened to all three currently available series 3 podcasts and considered putting the series 2 stuff on my mp3 player. A nice thing about them is that when my tabletop gaming friends ask me what's so great about things like D&D, I can point out these podcasts as an example of what tabletop gaming can be like.
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