GTRT Ep 38: The 2018 Episode

5 Geeks. One Roundish Table. With the coming of 2018, its time the Fandible crew started this year right by answering your burning questions.

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7 comments on “GTRT Ep 38: The 2018 Episode

  1. CallmeIshma3l says:


  2. StruggleBus says:

    Hey guys. Thanks for the answers. Definitely looking forward to more GTRTs as per Angela’s wish. As for the Pie is the sky bit, I am 100% for seeing you guys at cons (PAX unplugged, gen con etc.) But as life gets in the way, that’s why I’m classifying it as the big wish for 2018. As the more manageable goal, I almost want to say a more parsed out GM schedule. Each of you brings a different style to the table and so while I originally showed up for the Shadowrun, I’d love to see more of the different styles of GMing that each of you do as I’ve taken the plunge of gming myself. Cheers.

  3. Fairystail says:

    Hey guys definitly agree with Strugglebus thanks for all the answers and looking forward to more GTRT’s as well
    as for what i’d like to see, Pie in the Sky, I’d actually like to see Dan run some more games as I know he has such love for the games he runs and it shows so well, just as id like to see more Shadowrun wether Prim or Saints
    As for a more realistic goal. I’d like to see Unhallowed Metropolis end.
    Don’t get me wrong I love, love love the game and setting. Unhallowed is how i found you guys but it is staring to get to the point where it feels like there is not much more for the characters to develop
    Byron has grown into a somewhat good person
    Marcus seems to be accepting his curse a it more
    The Doctor is burying the demons from his past
    and Moira has almost fully turned into a coat rack
    Well thats how I see it myself.
    While Jesus could add more it almost feels to me that it would be a disservice and it would just be about time to finish the game and let the characters rest

  4. Fabian says:

    I recently listened to the Dungeon World playthrough again–work gives me lots of time to listen to things–and I gotta say, rules frustrations aside, you guys seemed to have fun at least at first. We had carnivore sadist unicorns and the relentless “Dis and Dat” jokes. Even the part when Billy went Hollow and wanted to die was still a good moment for laughs.

    Where am I going with this? Well, maybe the moral is that when the rules are getting you down, just think to yourselves, “How can we salvage this?” Like the moment where 99 Problems morphed from a serious game about a war into an episode of Blackadder. Or just throw out the rules entirely and solve everything with coin flips. The last thing I’d want to see is you guys splitting up because you played Mathpocalypse the RPG and the rules did you in.

  5. MDMann says:

    Math is good, math is your friend, math is beautiful.

  6. CallmeIshma3l says:

    @Jesus: While the movie is campy satirical fun, the novel of StarShip Trooper is fasinating Sci-Fi military fiction and (I believe this is still true) only fiction book that is every assigned ready at the US Military Academies.

  7. CallmeIshma3l says:

    Also: Find the Drinking Game for the Movie!!!

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