Episode 284 – listeners’ game pitches
by Dan Repperger

* (2:12) The first pitch.

* (9:49) An update from Fear the Boot’s Election Center.

* (11:03) The second pitch.

* (19:58) Another update from the Election Center.

* (20:27) The third pitch.

* (23:56) Results just came from Iowa, and CNN is calling it for…

* (25:40) The fourth pitch.

* (29:06) Another few states reporting in!

* (31:45) The fifth pitch.

* (37:13) And back to the Election Center!

* (37:55) The sixth pitch.

* (43:35) A quick check of the ticker…

* (45:50) The seventh pitch.

* (51:01) A final check with our news desk.

Hosts: Chad, Dan, John

Comments (4)

IanNovember 22nd, 2012 at 10:20 am

FtB is really getting more wishy-washy with its ‘We said it on the show so its true’ rule these days.

Also Bloodmoon Goblins is a Pathfinder game where you play as Lv1 goblins and you fight chryssalids?!

ShannonNovember 22nd, 2012 at 6:42 pm

Now I really want to play Muppets: Pigs in Space, Traveller edition.

Timothy StoneNovember 23rd, 2012 at 1:36 pm

Shout out to +Chad Wattler for the nod to GDBC’s Espresso Oak Aged Yeti Imperial Stout (probably one of the best examples of an imperial stout available, mouth waters thinking about it) and +John Grana for the nod to Gordy (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0113199/), the other, and mostly unknown, talking pig film (in which, in a previous career, I was the assistant location manager).

HopelessNovember 23rd, 2012 at 3:31 pm

How abot you play a group of modern age people who are accidentally sent fifteen hundred years into the future where humanity is recovering from an ancient cataclysm with the survivors having evolved so forest dwellers have become elves, the dwellers who live under the mountain range have become dwarves, those who live in the valleys have either shrunk in size to become halflings or live on the coast becoming amphibious with those survivors who fell back into barbarism have become the orcs, goblin and far worse who prey on all of the surviving human species and the closest surviving race to your adventurer’s live in fortified camps to protect themselves from their primitive throwbacks.
Your player characters have to discover how they got here to even have a chance of returning home and failing that they have to make sense of whats happened to even try to rebuild their lives here where their limited knowledge of their past lives is enough for them to be treated as wizards in this apocalyptic future.
What would you do if you found you could literally change the world?
Which side would you pick to follow?
Seize control of the forces of darkness or ally yourselves with one or more of humanities survivors and help them start along the path to rebuild their long lost civilisation?
As for the system, take your pick as long as you remember your players are using technology to pull their stunts its whatever they can come up with that their dm will agree to!

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