Red Moon Roleplaying

We are an ENnie-award winning podcast that plays roleplaying games set in dark worlds.

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episode 81: "Faraday" by Anders Fager, Chapter 17

Sex gets boring. Passion gets boring. Even digging around in Gamaliel’s most twisted dreams gets repetitive. It wears you down. This extended lifespan comes with the extra risk of going crazy. It fucks you up like it did with Donovan. Or am I just fucking and being fucked by the wrong things? This Dracula-cliché is getting silly. I need to find something radically new. Some drug I haven’t tried yet...


 2018-11-29  1m

episode 80: "Faraday" by Anders Fager, Chapter 16

And they all came down. In a matter of a year or two. I cannot believe how much has happened the last few years. You can say a lot of things about world wars, but things do change fast. There had been so much change in the air. So many people believed in the men in black. Hod's men. The voice of law and order. And now they are losing, the Italian one being killed by some commoners and hung up like a piece of meat. Soon there will be only Binah’s thugs left...


 2018-11-28  1m

episode 79: The Island of the Dead 02: Champawat

In the beginning of the 1900’s the villagers in Rupal in western Nepal were being routinely attacked and eaten by a Bengal tigress. The attacks happened in broad daylight and life across the region became paralyzed as men refused to leave their huts for fear of the attacks. Hunters and soldiers were sent after the tiger and managed to chase her into India, where she began her killing yet again. When finally shot in 1907 it was estimated that she had killed 436 people...


 2018-11-28  1h8m

episode 78: Taroticum 02: The Strand

The Strand was a monthly magazine published from 1891 to 1950 featuring fiction, illustrations and puzzles. At its peak it sold half a million copies every month. Sir Athur Conan Doyle’s character Sherlock Holmes began its life in The Strand through the serialization of “The Hounds of Baskervilles” and it was during that time the magazine reached its peak in sales. Other contributors included Rudyard Kipling, Winston Churchill and even Queen Victoria herself...


 2018-11-27  57m

episode 77: "Faraday" by Anders Fager, Chapter 15

I hate things without Elsa. I hate this loss of energy. I wish I could be outside. I would like to sit about and be useless like the Bloomsbury people. Walk around in parks and do arts and crafts and talk about revolutions other people will carry out. The empire will fall apart. I can see it in the cards, though few believe me yet. And I must decide where to stay. Where to reside more or less permanently. I cannot move about anymore. My present condition makes travel too dangerous...


 2018-11-27  1m

episode 76: "Faraday" by Anders Fager, Chapter 14

“Take responsibility.” So, the card of justice says. Yet it is Tiphareth’s card. Tiphanny the Slum Rat’s mistress. The mistress of chaos. The insane spider in the center of the web. Like the other angels she does not like my kind. Wonder what she would say if I took her servant Tiphanny as my mistress. Or the other way around. I saw her a couple of years ago. Tiphanny the Rat. She has not aged much...


 2018-11-26  1m

episode 75: "Faraday" by Anders Fager, Chapter 13

Our friends are dead. All of my silly young entourage has been shot to shreds. Leaving me to cope with the morons I’ve braved for half a century already. Donovan, the Hyatt Brothers, the Corpse Queens and the Darmstadt sisters. Nice people in many ways, but why did the nice young ones have to go? The only one I know of the old ones that tried hard to be killed was Laura Stanley. The old hag. I almost admire her. Playing a bloodsucking Florence Nightingale at 50 going on 1000...


 2018-11-25  1m

episode 74: "Faraday" by Anders Fager, Chapter 12

I saw an aero plane today. Amazing. Elsa did not see it. She has left again. Spinster by the sea time-again. I doubt she will come back much better. Half senile and there will soon be tea. Forever. She is dependent on me to live but her mind is too far gone. She is wearing out, but being next to me keeps her body reasonably in shape. Without me she will fade away. Perhaps I need to take command. To press on to victory. To be the strict and unforgiving judge and jury...


 2018-11-24  1m

episode 73: "Faraday" by Anders Fager, Chapter 11

The queen of the world has died. “Death”, Seymour once said flashing one of his beloved tarot cards. “The card means permanent change. Like death.” “So, we still believe death is the end?” “Or at least permanent change.” “Or just a beginning.” I wish I could say this had any bearing on Victoria. Did she die? I do think so? Definitely. But do those high and mighty die like normal people? Doubtfully...


 2018-11-23  1m

episode 72: Curse of Strahd 34: Earl of Cornwall

Piers Gaveston was a nobleman, earl of Cornwall and favorite of King Edward II of England. The two were like brothers, inseparable and the king relied upon Gaveston as a sort of deputy, although he had no such official title. The two were even so close that rumors began to fly about them being lovers, something that later chroniclers have reinforced...


 2018-11-22  45m