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Episode 27: Birthright, or The Name Ed Stark Sounds Familiar

The forgotten campaign setting of D&D, as Ross likes to call it. The original creator of Birthright, Richard Baker, joins us to talk about the setting that just might have inspired Game of Thrones. You are a king, lord of your land with the divine right to rule – literally, you have divine energy that fuels your bloodline. This is Ross’s favorite campaign setting and, after recording and listening to the episode, Darryl is pretty intrigued as well. So sit back while we tell you all about why you should remember Birthright.


Drive Thru RPG, your source for digital copies of your favorite games

Spirit Store, the year-round costume and decor store

Richard Baker

Sasquatch Game Studios

Atomic Dragon Battleship (Rich’s blog)

Accursed Adventure: Banshee of Loch Finnere


What We’ve Been Playing

RPG Geek of the Week link to Ross’s week


Central Casting Heroes of Legend





Ed Stark (Ross’s interview with him)

Colin McComb

Birthright Campaign Setting (Now available for purchase)

The Falcon and the Wolf

Gamer’s Tavern Episode 16: Worldbuilding

Shadow World

30 Years of Adventure

Blood Enemies

Gorgon’s Alliance video game


Cities of the Sun

Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Tony Szczudlo

Birthright on DnDClassics

Birthright on Amazon Marketplace

Song of Ice and Fire Roleplay

Hodor’s Guide to Hodoring

Kingmaker Adventure Path

Note: Due to a technical issue (my mixer is eating XLR cables), there’s no closing to this episode. This episode is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No-Derivatives 4.0 license. Music for the Drive Thru RPG ad is “Tavern Brawl (Demo)” by Save or Die, Copyright 2013, all rights reserved, used with permission. Music for the Spirit Store ad is “Inside” by b-Shake, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike 3.0 International license.

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Game Table Episode 6: Enter Molly Mayhem

Babysitter’s face is on every trid announcing the 50,000¥ reward for his arrest following his “terrorist actions”. Reaver leaves a meet with the team to get a knock at his door. How’s Babysitter going to get out of this mess? Who’s visiting Reaver after the team’s high profile run? Prepare for the shocking twists in this episode at Gamer’s Tavern Game Table Episode 6.

Gamer’s Tavern Game Table is brought to you by HeroLab, the award winning character creation software from Lone Wolf Development.

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Gamemaster: Brandon Gensemer

Raef: Ross Watson

Sol: Jeff Preston

Kat9: Reaver

Kyle Herring: Malakai

Darryl Mott Jr.: Babysitter

Topps, Inc has sole ownership of the names, logo, artwork, marks, photographs, sounds, audio, video and/or any proprietary material used in connection with the game Shadowrun. Topps, Inc has granted permission to the Gamer’s Tavern to use such names, logos, artwork, marks and/or any proprietary materials for promotional and informational purposes on its website but does not endorse, and is not affiliated with The Gamer’s Tavern in any official capacity whatsoever.

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Episode 26: How to Get Started in Role Playing Games

You’re interested in role playing games, but not sure where to get started? Ivan Van Norman and Mark Carroll join us to help you find a group, pick a first game, and introduce gaming to your friends. We also give many tips for starting gamers!

Our Sponsors

Accursed – The dark fantasy Savage Worlds setting where you play the monsters!

Drive Thru RPG – Your source for digital copies of your favorite games

Ivan Van Norman

King of the Nerds

Outbreak Undead

Saving Throw

Outbreak Deep Space



Mark Carroll

D3 Adventures

Seventh Sea

World’s Largest Dungeon

Infinite Dungeon


What We’ve Been Playing

FATE Core (Mark)

TORG under Savage Worlds (Mark, Ross)

Pathfinder (Ross, Ivan)

Champions (Ross)

Shadowrun 4th Edition (Ross, Darryl)

Dark Heresy (Ivan)


Getting Started in Gaming

Before we get into the breakdown of the episode, I wanted to give you a quick shopping list.

Pathfinder Beginner’s Box – The single greatest tool for new players. The box has everything you need right away to not only start playing, but keep playing for several sessions before you even need to think about upgrading to the Pathfinder Core Rulebook

Drive Thru RPG Quickstarts – Free PDF downloads of some of the most popular roleplaying games on the market meant specifically to introduce new players to the game.

Pound of Dice – This product is one of my favorite recommendations for groups looking to get their own dice cheaply. You’ll only get one matched set and some of the dice may be odd (even for RPG dice), but there’s no cheaper way to make sure there’s plenty of dice for the entire group.

Now with that out of the way, here’s links to the things we mentioned on the show.

Community “Advanced Dungeons & Dragons”

Community “Advanced Advanced Dungeons & Dragons”

Big Bang Theory “The Santa Simulation”

Big Bang Theory “The Love Spell Potential”

The IT Crowd “Gen the Fredo”

Freaks and Geeks Complete Series (Sorry, there wasn’t a legal streaming option for the episode “Discos and Dragons”)

Ross’s Blog Post on Being a Good Player

RPGNet Gaming Gatherins

ENWorld Gamers Seeking Gamers

Giants in the Playground Finding Players


World of Darkness

Dungeons & Dragons


On Mighty Thews

FATE Accelerated


13th Age

Pathfinder Beginner’s Box


Outbreak Undead


D&D Encounters

Pathfinder Society

Edge of the Empire

Savage Worlds

Dungeon World


Free RPG Day

Drive Thru RPG Free Downloads


Super Dungeon Explore

Roll 20


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Episode 25: Crowdfunding, or No More Cthulhu Zombie Games!

Crowdfunding is the great equalizer of our time. How can you back projects without getting burned? How do you launch your own project and make sure it’s successful? Guests Jamey Stegmaier and Mack Martin join us to discuss crowdfunding and gaming. The tips to make your Kickstarter stand out from the crowd, how to tell the flops from the potential goldmines, and more on this episode of the Gamer’s Tavern.

Jamey Stegmaier

Tuscany Expansion Kickstarter (ENDING SOON!! Back now!!)

Stonemaier Games



Mack Martin


Black Wyrm Publishing


Through the Breach

What We’ve Been Playing Lately

Kemet (Jamey)

Shadowrun 4th Edition (Ross, Darryl)

AD&D 2nd Edition (Darryl’s Friend)

TORG using Savage Worlds rules (Ross)

Champions (Ross)


Cracked: 5 Crucial Rules of Every Game (Not Found in Any Rulebook)




Indie Go Go

Go Fund Me

Ross Watson and Sean Patrick Fannon have a Go Fund Me up right now to relocate to Denver!


Tuscany Expansion Kickstarter


Malifaux: Through the Breach

CORRECTION: The Doom that Came to Atlantic City was rescued by Cryptozoic, NOT Cool Mini or Not.

The Forking Path and Doom that Came to Atlantic City

Far West Adventure Game


Ross Watson and Darryl Mott Jr. will be attending Comicpalooza on May 23-26 in Houston, TX.


Music from the Drive Thru RPG ad is “Tavern Brawl (Demo)” by Save or Die, Copyright 2013 all rights reserved. Music from the Accursed ad is “

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Episode 23: Super Hero Games, or FASERIP is SFW

Bum-ba-BAAAAH! Bumbumbumbumbum-ba-BAAAAH! This week, we talk about Super Hero games. Licensed from Marvel, DC, or independent publishers or game systems that created their own universe. What games are out there to sate your Silver Age or Modern Era lust? How do super-hero games differ from normal RPGs? Tune in to find out more.

Note: This episode was originally recorded February 25, 2014. We spoke at length during several points about game designer and author Aaron Allston. Two days later on February 27, Aaron collapsed at a convention and passed away. I don’t need to say what an influence Mr. Allston was to the gaming community, because we say it many times on this episode. This episode is dedicated to his memory.


Spirit Store, your source for costumes for this convention season.

Animation Celebration, this July 4th weekend in Galveston, TX

Our Guests

Steve Kenson

Steve Kenson’s website

Facebook Page


Scott Bennie


Amazon Page

Atlas of Earth Prime

What We’ve Been Playing Lately

Pathfinder (Scott)

Pulp Hero (Scott)

Champions Online (Scott)

Ghosts of Dragonspear Castle – D&D Next (Steve)

Icons (Steve)

Shadowrun (Steve, Ross, Darryl)

AD&D 2nd Edition (Darryl’s Friend)

Dungeonmaster’s Design Kit

Superhero Games


HERO System

Villainy Amok


Dark Champions

Villains and Vigilantes

Scott Stigler


Wild Cards

Marvel Super Heroes Game (FASERIP)

The Ultimate Powers Book


Marvel Super Heroes Adventure Game (SAGA)

The Marvel Universe Roleplaying Game

Marvel Heroic Roleplay

DC Heroes

DC Heroes Watchman Sourcebook

Blood of Heroes

DC Universe (West End Games)

DC Adventures (Green Ronin)


Mutants & Masterminds

Powers for Good

Heroes Unlimited (Palladium)

Century Station

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Other Strangeness

Judge Dredd (Traveller)

Judge Dredd (Mongoose)


Freedom City




Brave New World



GURPS International Super Teams





The Foundation

Heroes Forever

Superhero 2044

With Great Power

Wild Talents



Necessary Evil


Silver Age Sentinels

The Authority

Double Cross


Darryl will be at Comicpalooza in Houston, TX, from May 23-26, 2014. Both Darryl and Ross will be at Animation Celebration in Galveston, TX, from July 4-6, 2014, and at GenCon from August 14-18, 2014.

Music for the Spirit Store ad is “Insane” by b-Shake, licensed under CC BY SA 3.0 International. Music for the Animation Celebration Galveston ad is “Undead Blues” by Unknown Henson, Copyright 2010, all rights reserved, used with permission.
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Specialties of the House: Chips, Dips, and Nachos

So if you haven’t read the article I did on deep frying, do so now because you need to know those basics before you can use the tips in here. Because if you’ve never had homemade tortilla or potato chips, you don’t know what you’re missing. And it’s so incredibly easy, I don’t know why everyone doesn’t do this all the time! Keep them in an air-tight gallon zip-top baggie and they’re good for a week (though they won’t last longer than a night, trust me).

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Making the Chips

Want potato chips? Get some russet potatoes (1 lb is about the same as a regular sized bag of store-bought), scrub them well or peel and wash them, then slice them using a mandolin or V-slicer as thick as you like. Put a small handful (no more than 10) in 300 degree oil for 3-4 minutes, moving gently so they don’t stick together, and pull them to drain when they’re golden brown. Salt immediately after pulling.

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Corn chips? Even easier. Get quality corn chips, stack them up, and cut them using a chef’s knife or a pizza cutter. Quarters get you restaurant style large chips, sixths will get you smaller sized like Doritoes. Fry in 370 degree oil for 45-90 seconds, doing no more than 6 large chips or 10 small ones at once. Pull them when they’re golden brown and salt immediately

You can add a bunch of modifications too if you like flavored chips. Here’s mine and my friends’ favorites.

  • Lime: Dip in 1/4 c lime juice and 2 teaspoons of salt, then let dry on a rack for an hour or two until they’re dried. Don’t salt these after frying.
  • Vinegar: Soak in malt or balsamic vinegar for 30 minutes to 2 hours (the longer you soak, the stronger the flavor)
  • Cracked black pepper: Freshly grind pepper on the chips after they’re pulled from the oil.

The stronger the flavors, the less time they need to spend in the liquid. Also, potatoes will need to soak longer because they have high water content. Anything like spices, herbs, or powdered flavors, sprinkle on after it comes out of the oil. Powdered flavors are how you get things like barbecue, cheddar, sour cream, etc. You can find them online on many spice stores. I don’t have any experience with these, though, so you’re on your own for figuring out how much to use!

Seriously, that’s it. Potato chips and tortilla chips. Yes, it really is that easy.

Dips and Salsa

What are chips without dip? There are thousands of recipes on the internet for dips, but I figured I’d give you the four most common you’d overpay for in jars and cans at the store. And yes, it’s really this simple.

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  • 6 tomatoes (Roma preferred, seeded and diced)
  • 4 cloves garlic (minced)
  • 1 jalapeno (seeded and minced)
  • 1 red bell pepper (diced)
  • 1/2 red onion (diced fine)
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • Juice of 1 lime
  • Salt, Pepper, and Chili Powder to taste

Mix everything together, cover, and put in the fridge overnight. Yeah, that’s it. If you like your salsa less chunky (like it’s served in so many TexMex places), put it in a blender. Now, this recipe is just a base, and you can get creative. Some additions you can make:

  • More jalapenos, up to 4 total
  • Chipotle peppers (smoked jalapenos in an adobo sauce)
  • Any other chilis you’d like to add
  • Black beans (drained)
  • Liquid smoke
  • Whole corn, yellow or white (drained)
  • Cilantro (fresh)
  • Scallions (chopped fine)
  • Parsley (fresh)

Cheese Dip

Here’s another insanely easy one, especially for gaming. I like doing cheese trays at game nights because, well, who doesn’t like cheese? You’ll end up with leftovers, so about once a month, I take all the leftover cheese and make Fromage Font, a delicious cheese dip. Note: Only real cheese should go into this. No sandwich slices, parmasian from a green can, or “cheese” that comes in a cardboard box on the shelf next to the soup.

  • 1 lb cheese (grate any hard cheese and cut others into small cubes, at room temp)
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 1/4 cup white wine
  • 3 tablespoons butter
  • 2 tablespoons fresh parsley

Throw everything in a food processor and let it go until it’s smooth. Push wax paper down on the surface and store in an air tight container in the fridge for at least an hour or up to a week.


Another staple of restaurants that rarely tastes as good as it should. This is insanely easy to make at home so long as you make sure the avocados are ripe. They should be soft but not mushy.

  • 3 avocadoes
  • Juice of 1 lime
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon cumin
  • 1/2 teaspoon cayenne
  • 1/2 jalapeno (seeded and minced)
  • 1/2 onion (diced fine)
  • 2 tomatoes (Roma preferred, seeded and diced)
  • 1 tablespoon fresh cilantro (chopped)
guacUsing the seeds to make derp eyes is optional
Photo by Phelan Riessan, CC BY SA 2.0

There’s an extra step to this one. Split the avocado in half, remove the seed, and get it out of the skin using a large spoon. Immediately place in a bowl with the lime juice and make sure it’s coated (to prevent browning). Repeat for the other avocadoes, then mash them up with a potato masher or a fork, adding in the salt, cumin, and cayenne. Fold in the other ingredients, add the left over lime juice, and you’re done. Let it sit for about an hour to meld the flavors.

Onion Dip

I’m going to say I’m not a fan of this one personally, but I know many people are so I’m including it. This one involves actual cooking though, so be warned.

  • 1 1/2 c onions (diced)
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1 1/2 c sour cream
  • 3/4 c mayonnaise
  • 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon white pepper (you can use black if you don’t mind black specks in your dip)
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt (yes, I said salt twice)

Put a saucepan on medium heat and add the olive oil. As soon as it’s hot, add the onions and the 1/4 teaspoon of salt. Cook until brown, stirring often, then remove from heat. Once the onions are cooled, mix everything together and refrigerate in an air tight container for at least half an hour and up to three days.


So you went to all that trouble to make homemade corn chips, of course you’re going to want to make nachos. Luckily for you, there’s several different ways to make nachos depending on exactly what you want to do. The easiest way is to lay the chips out on a wire rack on a sheet pan, add a slice of jalapeno and a pinch of shredded cheddar cheese, then bake until the cheese melts. This is the original nacho recipe. But that’s not what most of us think of when we think of nachos, now is it?

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Photo by John Verive, CC BY SA 2.0

If you want the ooey, gooey, American adaptation of nachos, you need a smooth melted cheese sauce. This can be a pain in the ass to make sometimes, and there’s no shame in going to that old stand-by in the cardboard box on the shelf next to the soup (so long as you add in some onion and garlic powder to up the flavor a bit). Here’s what I do to make queso.

  • 8 oz shredded cheddar cheese
  • 1/2 c milk or half and half
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 2 tablespoons flour
  • 1 tablespoon white wine
  • 1/4 teaspoon onion powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon cayenne

Melt the butter in a saucepan and when it’s done foaming, whisk in the flour. Cook for a couple of minutes, then add in the milk. Whisk until it starts to thicken, then add the white wine (this provides acid that keeps the cheese from getting stringy, but you can leave it out if you like) Add the cheese in a handful at a time, stirring or whisking constantly. Make sure each batch is completely melted before adding in the next. About halfway through, you can add in the seasonings.

Do not rush this! If you get the mixture too hot, the cheese sauce will become grainy. It will take time, but your patience will be rewarded. And if you’re impatient, just use shredded cheese on your nachos and melt it in the oven.

Now you’re ready to add whatever toppings you like. Don’t look at me like that, you know what goes on nachos. Ground beef, refried beans, black beans, lettuce, onions, tomatoes, guacamole (or just diced avocado), salsa, black olives. Sometimes I like to use ground turkey or chicken instead for a slightly different flavor and texture.

The biggest challenge of nachos isn’t the prep, it’s the presentation. Notice something about all those toppings? They’re all very moist. The longer they set, the more likely your chips will get soggy. You can prevent this by keeping them warm in the oven, but that will only get you so far. Speaking of, the microwave is the natural enemy of nachos! Microwaves cook by steam, which makes the chips soggy fast. Your best bet is to serve quickly after you top the chips and do your best to drain all the topics as much as you can.

Goodbye to the Bag and Jar

I cannot express how easy it is to make these things at home. Most of them take very little time or skill, taste amazing, and they’re considerably cheaper than buying from the store. You know exactly what goes into them and can buy the best quality ingredients. There’s no better way to show your group you care than providing them with real snacks.

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Episode 5: The Crane Lube Job

Welcome to the Sixth World. The team has made their plans, and now it’s time to see if they pay off! The group is sneaking into an Ares building under construction to destroy a crane for Big Bob from Big Bob’s Autos. Will the protest (that will probably turn into a riot) help them or get in the way? Find out on Gamer’s Tavern Game Table

Sponsor: Hero Lab, the award winning character management software from Lone Wolf Development

Affiliate Sponsor: Animation Celebration, the premier convention for cartoons, anime, gaming, comics, and more in the Dallas/Ft. Word Area THIS WEEKEND!

GM: Brandon Gensemer

Raef: Ross Watson

Sol: Jeff Preston

Kat9: Reaver

Kyle Herring: Malakai

Darryl Mott Jr.: Babysitter


Topps, Inc has sole ownership of the names, logo, artwork, marks, photographs, sounds, audio, video and/or any proprietary material used in connection with the game Shadowrun. Topps, Inc has granted permission to the Gamer’s Tavern to use such names, logos, artwork, marks and/or any proprietary materials for promotional and informational purposes on its website but does not endorse, and is not affiliated with The Gamer’s Tavern in any official capacity whatsoever.


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Episode 24: Creating Interesting PCs, or Blue Glow of Player-Characterhood

What makes a character fun to play? We go over all the tricks to make your PCs more interesting, dynamic, and fun. Award winning author Elizabeth Bear and award winning Writer/Producer/Actress Joanna Gaskell join award willing game designer Ross Watson and…just Darryl Mott Jr. to discuss how to create player characters that not only make the game more fun for you, but also for the other players and gamemaster.


Special Announcement: Ross Watson along with friends of the show Sean Patrick Fannon and Carinn Seabolt have started a Go Fund Me campaign to relocate to Denver, CO! Support them at this link to get some amazing gaming rewards!


Our Sponsors

Drive Thru RPG, your source for all your digital gaming needs

Animation Celebration. Come join the fun from March 28-30, 2014, in the Dallas/Fort Worth area


Our Guests

Joanna Gaskell

Standard Action

Starlit Citadel

Joanna’s website


Elizabeth Bear

Elizabeth’s Website

Matociquala Tumblr

Amazon Author Page

The Eternal Sky Trilogy: Steles of the Sky

Shadow Unit

Zombies Run


What We’ve Been Playing

Pathfinder (Joanna, Elizabeth)

Dungeon World (Joanna)

FATE (Joanna)

Torchbearer (Joanna)

Fiasco (Joanna)

Call of Cthulhu (Elizabeth)

Shadowrun (Darryl, Ross)

Torg (Ross)


Our Topic: Player Characters

Amber Diceless

Shadowrun 20 Questions (Reproduced on Dumpshock)

Darryl’s Shadowrun Character Backstory

Central Casting: Heroes of Legend

Burning Wheel




West End Games Star Wars

Rogue Trader


Cortex System

Call of Cthulhu

Fantasy Hero

Iron Kingdoms

Gamer’s Tavern: Edition Wars Are Bullshit

The Deed of Paksenarrion by Elizabeth Moon

TV Tropes

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Game Table Episode 4: Gen-you-ine American Made Honda

Welcome to the Sixth World, where man meets magic and machine. In this Shadowrun actual play podcast, the team is hired by Big Bob from Big Bob’s Auto for a job. What’s their master plan for taking on Ares? Find out in this week’s Gamer’s Tavern Game Table.

This episode is sponsored by Hero Lab, the award winning character management software from Lone Wolf Development.

Affiliate Sponsor: Drive Thru RPG, your source for digital game downloads.

Closing Sponsor: Animation Celebration, a convention of animation, gaming, comics, and science fiction in the Dallas/Fort Worth area March 28-30, 2014

GM: Brandon Gensemer

Raef aka Ravenblood Blackwolf Deathblade: Ross Watson

Sol: Jeff Preston

Reaver: Kat9

Malakai: Kyle Herring

Kyle “Babysitter” Rogers: Darryl Mott Jr.

Bonus! You can take a look at Babysitter’s original character sheet, courtesy of Hero Labs! (The character overwent a ground-up redesign which should debut on Episode 8).

Topps, Inc has sole ownership of the names, logo, artwork, marks, photographs, sounds, audio, video and/or any proprietary material used in connection with the game Shadowrun. Topps, Inc has granted permission to Gamer’s Tavern to use such names, logos, artwork, marks and/or any proprietary materials for promotional and informational purposes on its website but does not endorse, and is not affiliated with Gamer’s Tavern in any official capacity whatsoever.
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Episode 22: Cyberpunk and Transhumanism, or a Space Station Made of Bacon

What does it mean to be human when you can replace your body with cybernetic implants? Does your soul survive if you upload your consciousness into a computer? Cyberpunk and transhumanist games ask these questions. From William Gibson’s Neuromancer to Warren Ellis’s Transmetropolitan, from Ghost in the Shell to Almost Human, we have always been fascinated by the implications of an increasingly digitized world. Adam Jury and Michael Surbrook join us to discuss the roleplaying games that examine humanity in a near-future dystopia of technology dominated society with noodle stands on every corner.

Our sponsors for this episode…

Spirit Store, your one stop for all your costume and decor needs year-round.

Animation Celebration, from March 28-30, 2014, in the Dallas/Fort Worth area

Our Guests

Michael Surbrook

HERO System


BlackWyrm Publishing

Surbrook Stuff

Ghost, Ghouls, and Golems (No official site yet)

Larger Than Life: Adventures in American Folklore


Adam Jury

Eclipse Phase

Putting his money where his mouth is on the podcast, Adam has given Gamer’s Tavern permission to post the full core rulebook for Eclipse Phase right here!

A Time of Eclipse, the new ebook setting guide to Eclipse Phase (launched after the recording)

Shinobi Clans

Classic BattleTech


Guardians of Order

Adam Jury’s website

Eclipse Phase: Transhuman


What We’ve Been Playing

Shadowrun 4th Ed (Darryl, Ross)

AD&D 2nd Ed (Darryl’s Friend)

Ross’s Blog on Genghis Con

HERO System (Mike, Ross)

Accursed (Ross)

The Widening Gyre (Ross)

Magic: The Gathering (Adam)

Cyberpunk, Post-Cyberpunk, and Transhumanism


Kazei 5


Snow Crash

Diamond Age



Neon Umbrella

Bubblegum Crisis

Ghost in the Shell

Megazone 23


Image from XKCD, used under CC BY NC 2.5

Cyberpunk 2020


Chicago Archology


Eclipse Phase

Creative Commons

Kazai 5

Listen Up You Primative Screwheads (Great book for GMs regardless of system or genre)

Cyberpunk 3.0


Cyberpunk 2077 Trailer (Not mentioned on the podcast but OMFG AWESOME!!!!!11)

GURPS Cyberpunk

Hacker Crackdown by Bruce Sterling

Steve Jackson Games vs United States

Hacker Manifesto

Electronic Frontier Foundation (This is a charity I personally support)


Gamer’s Tavern: Gaming and Film

Ex Machina

D20 Future

D20 Cyberscape

SLA Industries


Alpha Omega


Nova Praxis

Interface Zero

Mutant Chronicles


Warhammer 40K Roleplay



Blue Planet

Feng Shui

Android: Netrunner

Cyberpunk 2020 CCG by Social Games

Shadowrun CCG

Always Never Now


Farcast by Bobby Derie


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