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Atomic Robo Ep 5: Quantum Madness

The Tesladyne employees must infiltrate a pseudo science convention to investigate something that may be able to alter reality itself. Yeah, it’s as ridiculous as it sounds.

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Origins 2014 Con Report

On a rainy Thursday evening, four members of Fandible embarked on an intrepid road trip back to the old stomping grounds of one of our members. The Origins Game Fair in Columbus, Ohio is fiveƂ days of board gaming, LARPs, and, of course, tabletop role playing games you can win real money through playing with. We…

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Fandible Interview: Filamena Young, Apotheosis Drive X

Welcome to another installment of Fandible Interviews! Today I have an interview with Filamena Young of Machine Age Productions – which should be a familiar name around these parts by now after we’ve played Maschine Zeit and interviewed David Young, the other half of the primary Machine Age Productions crew, back in December. Filamena and…

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Atomic Robo Ep 1: The Deadliest Topping

The Tesladyne corporation has a proud history of Action scientists who go out into the field to search out new mysteries and new scientific theories to help mankind. Sadly, those guys are busy when a Tesladyne testing facility goes dark.

Can three “action” scientists and a intern figure out whats going on or will they suffer a fate worse then death…….well…actually….death is pretty horrible…OK, a fate worse then maiming.

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Legends of Anglerre: Two and a Half Bears

Using the Legends of Anglerre world creation system, the Fandible crew creates a unique world of Were-bear barbarians, dwarf-friendly fauns, and arrogant elves. Wait, arrogant elves… Oh well, two out of three ain’t bad.

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Dresden Files Ep 5: The Medieval Blues

Trapped in a time where witch burnings were a fun past time and the black plague was that new disease hitting the streets, the magic misfits must find a way from stopping the blue bloods from changing history. Of course, they will have to avoid changing history themselves in the process.

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