In this episode, Keith and Ivy try to talk about TV shows set in space, but then they get dragged in the the abyss of creative obscurity and queer representation. It’s pretty real, y’all.
Long long time between episode releases? Check.
Kinda meandering conversation about no topic in particular? Check.
Talkin’ ’bout Star Wars and anime? Check.
We’re all almost too tired to converse coherently? Check.
It must be a new episode of Friendship & Firelight with Keith and Ivy.
It’s our first episode in a long time, and I’ll admit, we’re still a little rusty. We talk about the books and other entertainment that are getting us through this nightmare world we all live in.
Ivy and Keith talk about roleplaying in Vampire: The Masquerade. And talk a little bit about combat verses roleplaying in Dice To Meet You.
It’s just Ivy and Keith this week, as scheduling continues to be a little rough, but we still have a good time discussing a classic horror sci-fi musical.
We’re back after a bit of a hiatus, and we’ve got a pretty swell topic for you. With the live-action Ghost in the Shell reboot imminent, we talk about cyborgs, gender identity, the nature of technology and humanity, and more.
Gather up your stakes, fellow adventurers, because this week, we’re talking Buffy, and Mika and Matthew are confused. But first, we talk about monsters in unusual roles. Because EXP fodder is boring. Also, it’s our 50th episode! To celebrate, we all got really sleepy in the middle of the day for no reason, then recorded this podcast.
Some off-topic stuff from episode 49. I dunno, there’s some good Batman bits in there.
What starts as a conversation about candy inevitable drifts towards the topic of BDSM. Because of course it does. And apparently Hellraiser’s new thing is inducing anaphylactic shock. Also, we talk about how much Batman just hates young people music. Like, so much.
Sharpen your knives, adventurers, because this week we’re talking about edginess. From Cars 3 to WikiHow, basically everything is garbage. Plus, noted edges-pert Mika recounts their tales of online roleplaying. But first, we revive one of our oldest segments, and get ready to hit the information superhighway.