Ep. 02 – #iHunt Review

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Introduction – 00:00

Welcome to episode 02!

I start off by declaring my unabashed love for blaseball, an online baseball simulator. Its absurdist, and weird, and fast paced, and just wonderful. It looks like they are taking a break to upgrade the system a bit and fix some bugs, but I look forward to its return. Stare Into the Sun!

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Hello World!

Every post located below this one is from some early long abandoned blog. Future posts may not, and likely will not, reflect the content of older posts. Tea, Tea, RPG! is a podcast covering Indie and Small Press RPGs, thats where my interest has been focused for quite a while, and where I intend to devote my limited energies for the foreseeable future.

For those coming here from Plus or Minus I’d just like to say Hello, and that this is not abandonment. I’m still going to cover plenty of Fudge based content, I have just come to see Fudge games as being part of the much larger Indie RPG scene rather than a scene of their own. I fee like I can do some good here.

I’m still working a bit on format and content ideas, but the only rule I’ve worked out so far is that I”m not going to focus on the 1,000 pound gorilla in the room, they get enough attention. I’m going to focus on the games not getting the attention they deserve, the little bits of clever design hidden away in some 1 page RPG you’ve never heard of, trends and whole genres of Roleplaying game that many of us know nothing about.

A lot of this was kicked off, for me at least, by Orion Blacks explanation of why they no longer work at Wizards of the Coast, found at this Twit Longer. But my love for that game has been slain by a thousand cuts since the introduction of Third Edition. But instead of dwelling on my problems with a company and its products, I’ve decided instead to dwell on a community I’m very much in love with.