Sunday, October 7, 2012

Gaming Podcasts

I play RPGs twice a week but it's never enough, and so to help me through the rest of the week I've started to listen to various podcasts.  These range from 'roundtable discussions' on roleplaying and related subjects, to actual play recordings for various RPGs.  Here's my current play list:

1. Chronicles: Pathfinder Podcast
If you play Pathfinder you really need to check this one out. It's long (some episodes are 6 hours+) but full of goodness, with interviews, rules clarifications, extensive 'spoilerific' reviews and more.

2. Gamerstable
A round table discussion podcast on a variety of roleplaying and gaming related subjects.  Usually entertaining and fun to listen to.

3. Idle Red Hands
Similar in style to Gamerstable, Idle Red Hands usually serves an interesting discussion on the latest games as well as playing them.

4. The Unspeakable Oath
If you enjoy Call of Cthulhu, and especially Delta Green, then this is the podcast for you! Interviews with Dennis Detwiller, and Adam Scott Glancy, as well as the latest developments with Delta Green should be all the reason you need to check this one out.

5. YSDC: For Lovecraft & Cthulhu
Made up of two different shows; News from Pnakotus and The Silver Lodge, the Yog-Sothoth podcasts are great resources and entertainment for CoC fans.

6. HP Literary Podcast
Now ended - but all the shows are available for listen to.  If you enjoy reading HPL you probably know about this show already, and if you don't, where have you been, The Great Library??

7. Haste - The Official Obsidian Portal Podcast
Not only is Obsidian a great tool for gamesmasters, they also do a podcast, and it's well worth listening to; focusing on gaming news in the most part.

All the podcasts can be freely subscribed to via iTunes if you use that (which I do), just do a search in the store.

I'm sure there are other amazing podcasts out there, but these are the ones I take time to listen to at the moment.  If you have any others you would recommend, please let me know!

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