046 – More Gender Stuff (With Mika Cave)

In this episode, we come back to the topic of gender identities. Plus, we perform a rare, never-before attempted podcast host tag team switch. Sorry, it’s a little rough in execution, but scheduling the recording was nearly dang impossible this week, and this was the only way to do it.

045 – Arrival Review (With Mika Cave)

We know we say this practically every episode, but coherency is at an all-time low. I’m not even sure if Matthew was fully awake the whole time. Anyway, we discuss the movie Arrival, and its satisfying and specific take on a classic sci-fi story.

043 – Gender Stuff

We break format in this episode, and instead of a Main Discourse, we have a really honest conversation about gender identity. We also answer our first question from a fan, related to character creation and back story.

Also, the D&D sourcebook that Keith wrote, Fursona 5E, is out now at rpgnow.com. You can buy it at this link: http://www.rpgnow.com/product/191077/Fursona-5E

042 – The Spooky Times (With Mika Cave)

Things get super spooky this week, as Keith, Matthew, and Mika talk about Halloween. But first, we discuss character creation in DnD, and discuss some of our favorite former and current characters.

Also, the D&D sourcebook that Keith wrote, Fursona 5E, is out now at rpgnow.com. You can buy it at this link: http://www.rpgnow.com/product/191077/Fursona-5E

041 – Reality TV (With Mika Cave)

This week, Keith, Matthew, and Mika talk about losing players and making friends in the Dungeonmaster’s Basement, then we discuss reality TV. From the bizarre, to the trashy, to the actually kind of good.

Also, the D&D sourcebook that Keith wrote, Fursona 5E, is out now at rpgnow.com. You can buy it at this link: http://www.rpgnow.com/product/191077/Fursona-5E

040 – Shipping (With Alyssa Seemann)

Matthew’s sister comes on the show this week to talk about imaginary characters in imaginary relationships. It actually gets pretty real for a while, as we talk about queer representation and expression in the media landscape. But also, we do spend a lot of time goofing around and talking about anime boys.

Also, the D&D sourcebook that Keith wrote, Fursona 5E, is out now at rpgnow.com. It is going to be out in softcover real soon, I promise. Seriously, check in like, a day or two. You can buy it at this link: http://www.rpgnow.com/product/191077/Fursona-5E

039 – Existential Breakdown Party

In this episode, we discuss the movie Turbo Kid, in our segment, Critical Condition. Then, we try to talk about strange and surreal entertainment, but we we only get a few minutes into talking about Spy Kids before facing a major existential crisis, and going far off the rails. Like in a good way though.

Also, the D&D sourcebook that Keith wrote, Fursona 5E, is out now at rpgnow.com. You can buy it at this link: http://www.rpgnow.com/product/191077/Fursona-5E

038 – Incredibly Specific References That Are Bound to Lose Every Member of Our Audience

I don’t know what happened this week. We started off talking about the early-level experience curve in D&D, and our cultural ‘comfort foods’ that we can always turn to to feel good, then things devolve. Quickly. Stick around though, for when Matthew sings a song for no reason that he learned in 2007.

Also, the D&D sourcebook that Keith wrote, Fursona 5E, is out now at rpgnow.com. You can buy it at this link: http://www.rpgnow.com/product/191077/Fursona-5E