#ttrpg #osr Interview with David Guyll
https://youtu.be/OypJhSusIA0 Today's Red Room Review is Venger's The Outer Presence, both a investigative horror game with very simple mechanics and a weird tales scenario set in Papua New Guinea during the 1970s.
We've reached our first goal: 100 subscribers in a little less than one month! Thanks to all of you who subbed the Red Room Channel. While we don't plan to be real YouTubers, we'll do our best to keep uploading (interesting?) interviews and reviews. Hopefully better than the previous ones... Now we are aiming at 500
https://youtu.be/S6b-o2TtZ6M #selfpromosaturday Her Heart Was a Locked Room and Nobody Had the Key is a one-shot bonus adventure to be used with Postmortem Giallo: Orpheum Lofts or by itself.
https://youtu.be/p8h4dYVF9J0 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.
Although the interviews and reviews weren't meant to be included in a podcast, in case you would rather listen to them instead of watching (thus avoiding my ugly mug) I'll upload them to Spotify too. https://open.spotify.com/show/1VuWf4pA0RxXIcAChdGwG2?si=0725498d11574ac4
https://youtu.be/h1xv-wrX0lU The Invisible College is the starting point for the RPGPundit to discuss the Age of Enlightenment, real Magick, Aleister Crowley, his own interest in mysticism, religion and History and how all that fits into his newest role-playing game. He also talked about the different factions in the OSR movement, mockery as the best weapon … Continue reading Welcome to the Red Room, RPGPundit
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