Episode 25 – Quantum Black

Episode 25 – Quantum BlackQuantum Black book cover


You Say Formless Beast of Lovecraftian Nightmares Like It’s a Bad Thing

Sharon, Chris, and Pete sit down with Ron Loz and Scott Jones and talk about their new book: Quantum Black. Quantum Black is a modern horror setting using the Ubiquity engine, the same system that powers the classic Hollow Earth Expeditions. Ron & Scott spent a lot of time working on this book, and kickstarted it late in 2015. The kickstarter was a success and they’re about to put it out, just in time for convention season!

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The book will be available here

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And find Ron & Scott’s games at Origins and GenCon!

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Episode 8 – CONNNNNNN!!!

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Episode 8 – CONNNNNNN!!!


How I Spent My Origins Vacation

Chris, Pete, and special guest Sharon discuss our experiences at the recent Origins Game Fair 2012 in Columbus, Ohio. The convention was held at the Greater Columbus Convention Center from May 30 – June 3. Chris and Sharon went with their daughter Alicia and we all had a great time. Our discussion recaps our experience, and focuses on Sharon’s impressions as a long-time gamer, first-time convention-goer. Sharon had a lot of anxiety going into the con because it was all terra incognita to her. As a blind gamer, she makes adaptations to play games at home that aren’t always available at the convention, but as it turns out, she had nothing to worry about.

Before the discussion, Pete and Chris recap the 2012 Origins Awards winners, and afterward, Chris makes a few game recommendations and shout-outs based on stuff he learned and people he met at the con.

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Shoutouts go to:

Games by Gamers Publishing, LLC for their Dungeon in a Deck

Sentinels of the Multiverse super-fun super-hero cooperative card game by Greater/Than/Games

Jim Davenport at Dragonlaird Gaming

Steven Saus at Alliteration Ink