Table Top Babble

224 – Morgan

Today on the show Amber talks with podcaster, streamer, and writer Morgan who is an incredibly sweet hype machine! They sat down on April 3rd and talked safety tools, their shared love of the Powered by the Apocalypse game Monsterhearts, their podcast Powered by the Players that highlights PBTA games and BIMPOC, as well as all the amazing work they’ve been doing for Huetopia, such as the show Game at a Glance.

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223 – Kenny of Geekspective

Today on the show, Amber interviews co co host of Table Top Babble, the Blue Mage of Red Mage Blue Mage, and Geekspective’s best and most favorite intern, Kenny! 

On March 30th Amber and Kenny chatted about his gaming history, game writing, death trap dungeons and they did some reminiscing together!

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222 – Mariam – Huetopia

Today on the show Amber talks with writer, podcaster, and streamer Mariam who is the caretaker of @HuetopiaTV a TTRPG streaming channel hosted by BIMPOC, for BIMPOC! 

They sat down on March 13th and chatted about starting out in DnD, GMing at conventions, the writing they’ve been doing especially in world building and settings, and of course Huetopia and all the wonderful shows the channel is hosting.

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221 – Tyler Crumrine – Possible Worlds Games

Today on the show Amber chatted with TTRPG editor, contributor, and designer Tyler Crumrine who is the founder of the company Possible Worlds Games!

Tyler comes from a theatre background where he specializes in Impossible Plays and of course Amber is now obsessed with that concept and genre.

They sat down on March 10th and discussed his first game Beak, Feather, Bone and how its success and reception pushed him along to building Possible Worlds where on March 23rd 2020,  his Kickstarter for a micro-RPG subscription box will be live!

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220 – Austin

Today on the show Amber chatted with freelance game writer & designer, TTRPG streamer, and podcaster Austin who also happens to be a therapist for their day job! If you listened to the Banana-Chan episode then y’all know that you should be following Austin.

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219 – Bee Zelda

Today on the show Amber chatted with Roleplayer, Game Master, Streamer, and Podcaster Bee Zelda! You may know them from the all woman and non-binary DnD podcast The Broadswords or Roll20’s Indie Showcase or one of the other many Actual Play streams and podcasts they’ve played in or guested on. And if you haven’t yet, do yourself a favor and check them out! 

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217 – Jammi – Sword Queen Games

Today on the show Amber talks with prolific Game Designer and lover of Gelatinous Cubes, Jammi. They sat down on February 11th and chatted about the RPG scene in the Philippines, how deeply personal themes of colonization are to people who’ve come from colonized countries, and of course a few of their many games like; Balikbayan. 

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216 – Diana & Kate – Christmastide, Ohio

Today on the show Amber talked with podwives, GMs, and roleplayers Diana and Kate. They sat down on February 3rd and chatted about their starts in RPGs, what they enjoy in games, their love for the game Kids on Bikes, and of course the actual play podcast that resulted from that love, Christmastide, Ohio. Their show has a very interesting premise and structure. They even made a really cool mechanic  to fit their vision of the show! 

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215 – Kyle Latino

Today on the show Amber talks with Comic Artist, Game Designer, and Map Maker Kyle Latino. They sat down on January 27th and chatted about comics, the ones he’s made and & published, art & social media, “slow” art, games, and of course MAPS! For ZineQuest 3, Kyle is running a kickstarter for an “Oops All Maps” Zine called Old Roads. Go check it out! His maps are amazing! 

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214 – Lysa Penrose

Today on the show Kenny talked with DM’s Guild brand manager and witch-of-many-hats Lysa Penrose. Lysa is a writer, game designer, and variety streamer, among other things. They sat down on January 22nd and discussed her new game, Mundane Magic, as well as her ongoing stream, The Haunting of Good Society.

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