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How We Play
How We Play: a monthly podcast about roleplaying as a social activity.
Host: David Leaman

A monthly podcast about roleplaying games as a social activity

Episode Name Time Release Date Description
How We Play Episode 16: Apocalypse World, Sex 59:23 04/30/2015 This month we talk about Apocalypse World, and about the role of sex and intimacy in role-playing games. Guests this week are Mike, Anna, Colin and Jake. I apologize for the audio quality of this epis…
How We Play Episode 15: Ribbon Drive, Relationship Building 54:59 03/28/2015 This month we played Ribbon Drive, a GMless game by Avery McDaldno. We discuss relationship-building, both in-game and in real life. Many thanks to my guest Ashleigh. Ribbon Drive Endgame LARP …
How We Play Episode 14: Urban Shadows, Pickup Games 56:11 02/27/2015 This month we played Urban Shadows, an urban fantasy game based on Apocalypse World. We discuss pickup games, large gaming groups and game-hopping with respect to Urban Shadows and in general. Many th…
How We Play Episode 13: The Prison, social commentary 68:54 01/30/2015 This month we played The Prison, a LARP about social class and oppression. We discuss the game, and social commentary in RPGs. Many thanks to my guests: Ashleigh, Jonathon, Amelia, Anna and Mikael. Sh…
Episode 12: Under My Skin, Relationships 55:20 12/15/2014 This month we played Under My Skin. Join us as we discuss in-game relationships: how are they formed? How are they managed? What can we learn from this game, and what other relationship-related lesson…
Episode 11: Microscope, World-building 24:12 11/30/2014 In this episode we discuss Microscope, and examine how it aids in the process of world-building. What does it mean to build worlds collaboratively? What other world-building exercises are there? Show …
Episode 10: New Gamers, Playing with Canon 26:59 10/28/2014 In this episode we have two discussion segments, with two sets of guests. In the first segment we talk about novice gamers. What did new gamers expect coming into the game, and what drew them in in th…
Episode 9: Finding your RPG Style, Fan Expo Canada 24:26 09/26/2014 This month we have a special episode for you. At Fan Expo Canada Dave joined five others for a panel called Finding Your RPG Style, organized by the good people at Toronto Area Gamers (TAG). From the …
Episode 8: War of Ashes, Collaborative Creation 35:53 09/03/2014 This month we played War of Ashes, a new Fate Accelerated game in playtest. We talk about collaborative campaign and character creation: what does the collaboration bring to the game? Does it hinder t…
Episode 7: Fantasy Grounds, Gaming Software 27:25 08/07/2014 This episode we played a game of Pathfinder using Fantasy Grounds, a virtual tabletop. What sorts of software do you use to make your game more fun? Guests: Doug Davison Emily Tara Torsten Show links:…
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