Red Moon Roleplaying

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

https://www.redmoonroleplaying.com/podcast/

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 55m. Bisher sind 461 Folge(n) erschienen. .

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 18 days 14 hours 48 minutes

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episode 43: Curse of Strahd 23: Capacocha


The ”solemn sacrifice” was a sacrificial rite conducted by the Incas on the order of the Incan emperor to celebrate important events in the emperor's life or to prevent natural disasters. It was a human sacrifice done with the intention of sending humanity’s best to join their deities. To ensure that the souls given were pure, children were typically used for this purpose. Until the sacrifice would take place the chosen children were fed well to ensure they would be happy when the time came...


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 2018-09-07  54m
 
 

episode 44: Coriolis - Last Voyage of the Ghazali 01: Lacuna


Memories are believed to be stored in two separate parts of the brain, the hippocampus and the amygdala. While normal memories are stores in the hippocampus, the amygdala, which is an emotion center, is where memories created by traumatic events live. If you are the victim of violence and your brain and hippocampus has been damaged, this means you might not be able to clearly remember the person that has caused you that trauma...


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 2018-09-11  52m
 
 

episode 45: Curse of Strahd 24: Caroline Test


Striking at an enemy before they can strike against you is known as ”pre-emptive self-defense” and traditionally two conditions, known as the “Caroline test” need to be fulfilled to justify such an action. The "Caroline" was an American steamboat used to supply settlers rebelling against the British Colonial government in Canada in 1837. American sympathizers provided weapons and food to the rebels, effectively keeping them in a fight they would otherwise lose...


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 2018-09-14  51m
 
 

episode 46: Coriolis - Last Voyage of the Ghazali 02: Suleiman


Under Suleiman the Magnificent, who ruled from 1522 to 1566, the Ottoman Empire reached its apex, conquering Belgrade and most of Hungary until finally being stopped at the gates of Vienna. The Ottoman fleets dominated the Mediterranean and reached as far the Indian Ocean. The empire also went through a golden age of culture and literature under Suleiman's competent watch...


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 2018-09-18  54m
 
 

episode 47: Curse of Strahd 25: Tudós kocsis


The word “coach”, describing a covered horse-drawn carriage for passengers or mail, is derived from the name of the Hungarian town “Kocs” where the coach is believed to have been invented. Hungarian villages still today hold competitions for “Coachman of the Year” and the coachmen have even found their way in to Hungarian Folklore. In the stories the “Clever Coachman” appears out of the blue during the hero’s journey, inviting him to enter the coach...


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 2018-09-21  54m
 
 

episode 48: Coriolis - Last Voyage of the Ghazali 03: Molossus


The Molossus is a now extinct breed of dogs that are believed to be the ancestors of today’s Mastiff-type dogs. Originally a sheep-herding dog used in ancient Epirus (today parts of Albania and Greece) these vicious and muscular dogs were described by the poet Grattius thus ”...when serious work has come, when bravery must be shown, and the impetuous War-gods calls in the utmost hazard, then you could not but admire the renowned Molossians so much”...


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 2018-09-25  57m
 
 

episode 49: Curse of Strahd 26: Death Spiral


A shortcut in accounting is to book overhead costs based on sales volume of products rather than by activity the cost was related to. Through this, when analyzing profitability, high volume, successful products end up looking less profitable than they actually are, and low volume sellers inversely look significantly better for the profit & loss than they actually are...


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 2018-09-28  1h16m
 
 

episode 50: The Witcher: A Part of our World, with Cody Pondsmith


We delve in to the world of Andrzej Sapkowski’s “The Witcher”, guided by gamemaster, and game designer, Cody Pondsmith from R. Talsorian Games showing off their new tabletop RPG set in this world. The adventure is called “A Part of our World” and we get to follow two dwarves, the Mahakaman man-at-arms Golan and the bard Sigurd from Skellige, as they travel to Kerack with a very dangerous cargo. Check out more about “The Witcher” tabletop RPG here: https://rtalsoriangames...


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 2018-09-28  2h36m
 
 

episode 51: Coriolis continues on Patreon!


We hope you have enjoyed the first three episodes of our Coriolis campaign. The fourth episode, where the crew sets out from the Trauma lab and starts making their way to the Courier Ship, The Red Moon, has just been released to our Patreons at the three dollar level, where we will keep releasing new episodes every two weeks. https://www.patreon...


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 2018-10-02  1m
 
 

episode 52: Curse of Strahd 27: Einstein-Rosen Bridge


A wormhole is a speculative structure that connects two points in space-time, either separated by vast distances or by time. Their existence is hypothesized based on a solution of Einstein’s field equations and a number of possible types of wormholes have been proposed to exist by different scientists...


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 2018-10-05  50m