Jun 10

Episode 100! Woohoo!


With your hosts, Liz and Mike! This week Liz babbles for an exceedingly long time about her Mage game, Mike gives us some quick reviews on the games in Humble Indie Bundle 8 and finally for our continuing series on idea brewing we do a Cyberpunk Research Facility! I fear we are truly evil in our minds with the dastardly plans we come up with…

Geeky Week!

  • Liz’s Mage game continues!

  • L5R

  • Mountain Witch finale


  • Our Condolences go to the family and friends of Jason Moslander who ran Games With Two.

  • Cornish Smuggler! IT HAS SUCCEEDED! YEAH!

  • Our Noteboard competition has ended! Winners to be announced sooooon!

Mike’s Topic

Review of some games featured in the Humble Indie Bundle 8.

Group Topic

Idea brewing continues! This week? Cyberpunk Research Facility for your runners to infiltrate! Futuristic but not in spppaaaacccceee! What kind of interesting and potentially illegal things will your runners find in this surprisingly dark place?



  1. Will Myers

    Loved the episode, especially the cyberpunk lair. A thought, if you wanted to use the same concept, but make it more mystical instead of cyberpunky, is that the Evil Corporation has enslaved earth elementals in order to get their crops to grow where ever the Corporation wants. Do the runners save the elementals?

    And by the way, if you ever make it over to Boulder, Colorado, we have a burrito place called Illegal Pete’s, which is just like Illegal Jack’s (from what the menu said, anyway), without the haggis.

    1. Liz

      Thank you for your lovely comment! Glad you enjoyed the show!

      You tempt me with your tasty burrito talk! I have been meaning to organise a holiday. I keep threatening to do a bit of a US tour sometime to visit all these great places I keep hearing about.

      Good point on the idea brewing! You could easily change the basic concept to support different systems (e.g. Shadowrun as you said, or even fantasy setting by having alchemical means causing this). But I do love the idea of Earth elementals being enslaved… Oooh my GM sense is tingling!

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