2015 brought the world some weird weather, and if the record-breaking blizzard of January is any indication, 2016 is going to be more of the same. So in honor of Atomic Robo returning to the podcast this week, and with it everyone’s favorite meteorological intern, here are five terrifying-but-totally-real weather events that can be used to inspire your setting, a character background, or even a uniquely-deadly superpower.
With a crime in progress, the heroes of the city of Megalopolis gather together to fight a supervillian foe. But is it just an old-fashioned bank heist, or is there a deeper plot waiting in the shadows?
Let’s talk about pets in RPGs. Whether it’s a wizard’s familiar, a ranger’s companion, a Rogue Trader’s gyrinx, or someone’s trained circus monkey during the zombie apocalypse, pets have long played an important role in many tabletop RPG’s. For some players, the idea of having an intelligent, exotic pet to accompany you in your adventures is all kinds of exciting- just like for many GM’s, the mere thought of having to keep track of a pet in addition to the PC’s is enough to drive them to drink.
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It’s a month of Super heroics and Science in this weeks Podcast Schedule.
With a gold colored madness gripping the town, the few sane residents must find a way to stop it before they become its latest victims. Intro Music: Evening of Chaos by Kevin Macleod Billyverse Episodes Other Games
When the weatherman tells you that your dreams are shattered, that your only hope for respite is gone, you’ve failed your roll versus weather! A blizzard is going to hit! Or a flood! Or a Sharknado! Regardless of what weather disaster strikes, you feel a pang of sadness as your friends begin cancelling on you. One by one they fall until the only person left who is willing to game with you for the weekend is your cat…
5 Geeks, One Roundish Table. Its the GTRT as you have never seen it before, with our face skins. Watch as we answer your questions with the miracle of visual technology.