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We’ve got a new article looking at what GMs can learn from the very fine Friends at the Table podcast!
Actual play recordings are a burgeoning new niche of podcasts, places where you can go to hear people play through new systems, or just go on grand adventures. But many actual plays are boring, with hours of rules lawyering or explanations, nobody talking…

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From a couple of days ago, our latest one-page scenario, "The Howling from Beyond," based on the Dyatlov Pass Incident!

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We've got a new review out, of Chaosium's fine Down Darker Trails.

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In this free one-page scenario, “Rollers,” play as four California Highway Patrol officers, investigating a bizarre death on the freeway. “Sometimes there isn’t some deep mystery behind the crime. Sometimes, the victim just pissed off the wrong person.”

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A scenario inspired by Fritz Leiber.
In this Sunday's one-page scenario, a trawler captain goes missing. Enlisting aid, his kin set out on the choppy Pacific, and eventually find the captain's abandoned trawler. Abandoned, but not empty.

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In this one-page scenario, play four very confused investigators called to the Four Corners region of the southwestern United States, where something very strange has happened to a significant other…

We release a new one-page scenario every week, along with other content sporadically. Give the site a follow!

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A sequel that takes place 3,000 years after last week's scenario, "A King Arisen" is our second Egyptian adventure! Protect the Egyptian Museum during the turmoil of the Arab Spring, from both looters and something else... something older...

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A new scenario, in Ancient Egypt! No time traveling involved--play as four Egyptians, seeking their missing brother, the foreman on a grand new project ordered by Pharaoh himself...

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Here's our first holiday scenario, in honor of Harry Houdini, who died on Halloween, 1926.

Harry Houdini died on Halloween, 1926. An easy date to remember. He was born in 1874, twenty-six years before the turn of the century, and died twenty-six years after. He was 52, the number of cards in a deck. Before he became the king of escapes, he was…

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What happens when you cross a prison riot with an older, indigenous-mythos Wendigo? This week's scenario...
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