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Ken and Robin Talk About Stuff
Ken and Robin Talk About Stuff
Host: Kenneth Hite and Robin D Laws

Podcast by Kenneth Hite and Robin D. Laws

Episode Name Time Release Date Description
Episode 242: Brain Out 58:55 05/19/2017 The Gaming Hut has a thatched roof this time out as we riff a cast of pseudo-medieval villagers for your next F20. In The Business of Gaming we puzzle the mystery of the generic supplement. In the Foo…
Episode 241: New Hampshire’s Second Most Famous Notch 1:06:21 05/12/2017 In the Gaming Hut we look at premise rejection from a player perspective. How do you catch yourself doing it, and how do you find your way through it? We crawl over to the Cinema Hut to discuss the mo…
Episode 240: Bush Bachelor 1:13:13 05/05/2017 Our second consecutive all-request episode kicks off in the Gaming Hut, as Ray Slakinksi asks for tips on running Night’s Black Agents at conventions. In the History Hut Andy Young wants to know abo…
Episode 239: Mom, He’s Touching My Answer 1:07:11 04/28/2017 Another all-request episode kicks off in the Gaming Hut, as Stewart Robertson asks how to make a BSM (Big Science McGuffin) integral to a game series. The History Hut, takes on a yurt-like configurati…
Episode 238: The Titular Goat in This Reenactment 57:36 04/21/2017 The Gaming Hut gets foundational as we discuss the meaning and implications of Gygaxian naturalism. Patreon backer Derrick McMullin meets us in the History Hut to ask for the hidden truth behind the U…
Episode 237: You Can’t Be a Martyr and Have It Coming 1:18:05 04/14/2017 Get outside your own perspective and inside the Gaming Hut as Ken and Robin envision a gun that triggers out of body experiences. With espionage everywhere in the news, it’s time for that Tradecraft…
Episode 236: Not on the Front Page of the Literature 57:53 04/07/2017 Get ready to argue logistics as the Gaming Hut considers player planning. When is it prelude to play, and when is it play? The Crime Blotter opens one of the most famous cold cases of all: the Black D…
Episode 235: He-Man’s Woman Hating Civilization 1:04:34 03/31/2017 In the Gaming Hut Patreon backer Joan Guardiet asks us to make a game set in a warrior woman society work for a party of male PCs. Speaking of requests, in Ask Ken and Robin backer Kalin Kadiev seeks …
Episode 234: I Barely Killed Anybody 57:34 03/24/2017 We creep into the Gaming Hut at the command of Patreon backer Alexander Permann, who assigns us the mission of envisioning a Night’s Black Agents spinoff featuring the Kingdom of Asturias. In a join…
Episode 233: It’s Peter Framptons All the Way Down 1:10:40 03/17/2017 The Gaming Hut goes abstract as we discuss metagaming. At the behest of Patreon backer Vana Stillwater, the Food Hut hosts a look at culinary crimes and scams. Then we paw through the contents of Ken&…
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