We started Fandible seven years ago – well, give or take a few months. At the time, we didn’t even expect any people to actually enjoy listening to us. Truth be told, Jesus sort of sprung this on us when we first got together for the first time. We all agreed to give podcasting a try, had a great time, and then had an even greater time as we saw the reaction from listeners.
If you’ll allow me to wax philosophical for a moment: Spring is the season of renewal and rebirth. Moreso even than the new year, it’s a time to take on new projects. This Spring we’ve lined up new appearances and events, as well as celebrating a milestone from last spring. Here’s what’s coming up this…
Jesus discusses how well crafted lore can help enhance a miniatures games.
Billy talks about the importance of finding a group that meshes with your style.
The fun thing about role-playing a superhero is that we don’t only deal with the melodrama and the “you’ll never get away with this!” speeches, but the most potent of interactions that let you peek at the inner workings of a person: Awkward silences. It’s with this in mind I want to tell you about a LARP I played in called “Dr. Dolotts” and how five chairs, a ticking clock and dead silences led me to love playing supers more than ever.
In this strange article, Jesus reveals information on two potentially dangerous individuals The Estate has its eyes on.
For four days this past weekend, gamers of all stripes descended once again upon Morristown, NJ for Dreamation, one of several annual conventions organized by Double Exposure. Most of Fandible made the trek into the New Jersey wilds, and a fabulous time was had by all. This is Angela’s Dreamation 2017 Con Report – GM ALL THE GAMES edition
We always like a challenge here at Fandible, from complex game mechanics, strange settings to beta testing indie games, we’re willing to throw ourselves at any gaming obstacle in sight. When a British Podcast, The Cult of Tea and Dice, engaged us in a friendly wager of “who can imitate the other podcast’s accent the best” (which is already ridiculous because we don’t even have accents) we knew it was “go time.”