This episode, Murph, Jon and Chad are digging up some non-Cthulhu material from other games, to practice the fine art of ripping things off. A big thank you once again to Type40 and Golden Goblin Press for sponsoring this episode!
This episode, all four hosts are in the house to talk about “experience packages” for your investigators. Plus we go over ENnies nominations, news updates, Listening Room segments, and more. This episode was recorded on July 4, 2019.
This episode we’ll be looking at our game shelves and asking – can I use a board game for my role playing game? And we have Edwin joining us on the horn to help us out. Thanks to Type40 for sponsoring this episode.
This episode we’ve got Christopher Smith Adair in the guest chair to discuss sundry projects, including a newly released (to PDF) Pulp Cthulhu campaign, a scenario for Golden Goblin Press’s An Inner Darkness, and much more.
This episode, Murph, Dan, and Chad talk about how to deploy “interesting consequences” for PCs who color outside the lines (of your group’s play-style coloring book, oops the metaphor just broke…). This episode was recorded on May 23, 2019.
SQUAMOUS STUDIOS Join the hunt, the Arkham Relic Hunt, from Squamous Studios. In this new tabletop card game, players are cultist acolyte in servitude to a dark god as they scour through the darkest corners of Arkham looking for relics and new initiate...
This episode Jon and Murph talk about what it means to “become a believer” in Call of Cthulhu 7th ed. SQUAMOUS STUDIOS Keep your eyes peeled for Arkham Relic Hunt, coming to Kickstarter on May 2, 2019, from Squamous Studios.
This episode Jon and Murph talk about Sebek’s servitors, the Petesouchi! This episode of the Miskatonic University Podcast is also proudly sponsored by Pelgrane Press and Squamous Studios! Also, a huge thanks to Sean for editing this episode.
This episode Jon, Murph, and guest Jenn Martin talk about running Gatsby and the great Race. This episode was recorded on March 28, 2019. We want to hear from you! By email: firstname.lastname@example.org By phone: (401) 400-0MUP (0687) By Twitter: @MU_Podcast...