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Across A Table Madly 2: Props in your RPG Game

This is the release of our second full episode of Across a Table Madly, our new podcast about all things RPG. This episode’s topic is Props in your Game! The sound is a bit fuzzy and has a slight static – hope it isn’t too much to bear.

We are working on getting a site set up so that we can have dedicated feeds for the show – bear with us, we are getting to that as soon as we can. By the the time the next episode drops (two weeks from now), you will be able to find us at a different site with a new logo and a site better suited to hosting a podcast. I’ll make the announcement here and then give you links to the site as soon as that is set up.

Thanks for listening, and we hope you enjoy it!

Across A Table Madly, Episode 2: Props in Your Game

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About

DM Samuel is the Editor-in-Chief here at RPG Musings as well as the podcast editor for The Tome Show (http://thetome.podbean.com/). He is also a host of the gaming podcast Play on Target (http://PlayOnTarget.com/). He plays all manner of role-playing games and boardgames and continues to learn new games all the time (and new things about old games, too). Sam lives in Upstate New York with his wife and their game collection. You can follow him on twitter @DMSamuel.

2 Responses to “Across A Table Madly 2: Props in your RPG Game”

  • I’ve been enjoying these podcasts over the Christmas holidays, and went to find the next one…but there are none! Are you still making them? is there one to be released soon (hopefully not in stereo ;) )?

  • Yes, we are still making them, but we moved them to their own website – we announced it here, but you may not have seen it. If you go to http://www.acrossatablemadly.com you will find all of the episodes we have released so far. There will be a new one next Wednesday!

    Glad you enjoy it and thanks for the comment!