Timothy Connolly talks about his experience running an online campaign of 1st edition AD&D at the Benchleydale Academy. He started (reluctantly) playing by Zoom about two years ago, during lockdown, but now will not go back to live gaming sessions.
We talked to Chris Miller about his own role-playing game, science-fantasy ANKUR: Kingdom of the Gods, and also about Sword and Caravan, an upcoming RPGPundit OSR setting book about the Crusades and the Silk Road,, which will be published by Miller’s Mad Scribe Games.
Barney Dicker, the host of Loco Ludus, a podcast about tabletop game design, talked to us about his current projects: Neo-Triassic Shoreline Regression Syndrome, a system-agnostic solarpunk investigative survival horror module (now on crowdfunding) and games League of Eternal Guardians and Aluvial Plains.
Today’s guest at the Red Room is Hungarian game designer Gabor Lux, the author of Helvéczia: Picaresque RPG, an OSR historical game of swashbuckling adventure, set in 17th century Switzerland.
Today’s guest at the Red Room is Mr Mean. We had a super fun chat about role-playing games. Mr Mean definitely has good taste: we have several favourites in common!
We invited Jon, host of The Basic Expert YouTube channel, to talk about his rules-light western RPG Cowpunchers, his work as an illustrator for role-playing games such as Mongoose Traveller and Call of Cthulhu, art in game books, among other subjects.
In today´s episode our guest is British game designer and Red Room dweller Liam Thompson. Liam talked about his body horror, biopunk, science fiction role-playing game Sanctions, upcoming projects and his background as gamer and designer.
During the Red Room YouTube channel’s first month we interviewed the three original Inappropriate Characters, James Grim Desborough, RPGPundit and Darrick Dishaw. Helder Araújo talked to us about his upcoming game Silent Læke and we chatted with Gavriel Quiroga about Hell Night. Brian Shutter updated the Red Room on Neon Lords of the Toxic Wasteland, and Bruno Galan announced some changes to his Undead Malefactors. Archduke Griffith talked about his documentary, Secrets of Blackmoor, and the Lost Dungeons of Tonisborg book. We had a virtual visit from YouTuber T-Shirted Historian, conversed about safety tools with Edward James Bluddworth and spoke to David Guyll about the forthcoming second edition of Dungeons & Delvers. Not bad…
We talked to David Guyll about the upcoming Dungeons & Delvers’ second edition and some other projects from Awful Good Games: new scenarios and settings for the OSR fantasy role-playing game and other RPGs coming down the line, such as a western with Lovecraftian influences and a science fantasy world. We also discussed some of out pet peeves, like PbtA and bad art in role-playing games.
Richard J. Selatti (aka @bluddwolf), our latest guest at the Red Room, proposes a return to the old “safety tool” paradigm, based on common sense and four decades of role-playing game experience.