The Savage Mommy was at GenCon2014 and this is the audio he captured at the Savage Worlds panel. Just after that finishes up you will hear Chris’ interview with Shane Hensley and Clint Black. There will be more Savage interviews coming in part 2.
Chris sits down with Ed and Derek from RoleplayDNA to give you their review and thoughts of Engine Publishings newest book Unframed: The Art of Improvisation for Game Masters.
We recap our Savage Worlds experiences since our last show, Chris brings up a potential issue with a new player in his group, Savage World’s News: Plugged Nickel Card Kickstarter, Interface Zero 2.0 is for sale, and Pinnacle releases. We comment on Doug’s RPG addiction, Could you give up gaming for an extended time, Gamers Giving: Spring Giving charity event, Rocky Mountain Savages, Tell us about your Savage Worlds gaming community, Using the Adventure Deck, mixing and mashing up settings, Doug announces the setting he will use for the next Actual Play recording, and what setting would you play if you had taken a long break from gaming?
The hosts of Smiling Jack’s Bar and Grill and RoleplayDNA get together for a special recording of Accursed. The Savage Worlds setting that is currently in the middle of a Kickstarter Campaign. Take a listen as Ed runs Justin, Lee, Bill, Doug, and Chris (aka The Savage Mommy) though a quick run in this richly detailed world.
Big thanks to John Dunn, Jason Marker, and Ross Watson for letting us do this. They did want me to pass along some notes:
John Dunn said this: “There was one game mechanic thing that might have changed the play experience a little bit, but it’s not huge. Specifically, when Lidiah re-rolled her d12+3d6 damage against the Baron, he probably should have spent a benny to counter her spend. He probably wouldn’t have
been obliterated quite that quickly.”
Ross Watson wanted to say that the PDF we were playing off of is a playtest version and they are carefully considering feedback that they get for the final book that will be produced after the Kickstarter ends.