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Cyberpunk

May 22nd, 2017 | Posted by vaklam in Podcast Episode - (1 Comments)

Welcome to the 67th regular episode of the Play On Target podcast (PLOT for short). Cyberpunk is a subgenre of science fiction that has evolved over the decades since the word was coined. It produces settings that are excellent for role playing games. We talk about our favorites, why we like them, and we nearly avoid using the word “chummer” too many times.

What’s your favorite Cyberpunk game? Tell us in the comments or start a discussion on RPG Geek.

Things mentioned in this episode:
  1. Shadowrun
  2. Cyberpunk 2013
  3. Cyberpunk 2020
  4. Cybergeneration
  5. Call of Cthulhu
  6. GURPS Cyberpunk
  7. Cyberspace
  8. Twilight 2000
  9. Cyberpunk v.3
  10. Misspent Youth
  11. The Sprawl
  12. Shadowrun Anarchy
  13. Technoir
  14. Psi-Punk
  15. Fudge
  16. Ex Machina
  17. Headspace
  18. Torg
  19. Mage: The Ascension
  20. The Veil

You can contact us at Hosts@PlayOnTarget.com or you can send us a private geekmail on the RPGGeek website; our usernames are lorddillon (Sam), Vaklam (Brian), edige23 (Lowell), and MasterGeek (Andrew).

You can also follow the podcast on Twitter @PlayOnTarget

Follow each of the hosts at @DMSamuel (Sam), @GeekworldOnline (Andrew), @Edige23 (Lowell), and @Vaklam (Brian)

The music played at the beginning and end of the podcast is Dance of Fire – Bolero in A minor by Sinfonia Electronique. You can find more great music on the podsafe music network at music.mevio.com. The d20 logo is by the awesome Joe Kundlak, a.k.a. joeyeti on RPG Geek.

Science Fiction Roleplaying

June 4th, 2015 | Posted by vaklam in Podcast Episode - (4 Comments)

Welcome to the 42nd regular episode of the Play On Target podcast (PLOT for short). The question “What is science fiction?” is nearly as difficult to answer as “What is roleplaying”. Join us as we attempt to answer both at the same time! What are your favorite SF RPGs? What do they do that others don’t? Let us know in the comments or start a discussion on RPG Geek.

Things mentioned in this episode:
You can contact us at Hosts@PlayOnTarget.com or you can send us a private geekmail on the RPGGeek website; our usernames are lorddillon (Sam), Vaklam (Brian), edige23 (Lowell), and MasterGeek (Andrew). You can also follow us on Twitter @PlayOnTarget

The music played at the beginning and end of the podcast is Dance of Fire – Bolero in A minor by Sinfonia Electronique. You can find more great music on the podsafe music network at music.mevio.com. The d20 logo is by the awesome Joe Kundlak, a.k.a. joeyeti on RPG Geek.

Star Wars Roleplaying

May 4th, 2015 | Posted by vaklam in Podcast Episode - (0 Comments)

Welcome to the 41st regular episode of the Play On Target podcast (PLOT for short). The session of Star Wars: Edge of the Empire that Andrew ran for us got us talking about Star Wars RPGs. In this episode we begin with a discussion of our EotE session. Then we talk about the history of Star Wars roleplaying along with the things we like and dislike about the various systems that have tackled the setting. Which Star Wars games do you like? What handles force powers best? Do you have a bad feeling about this? Let us know in the comments or start a discussion on RPG Geek.

Things mentioned in this episode:
You can contact us at Hosts@PlayOnTarget.com or you can send us a private geekmail on the RPGGeek website; our usernames are lorddillon (Sam), Vaklam (Brian), edige23 (Lowell), and MasterGeek (Andrew). You can also follow us on Twitter @PlayOnTarget

The music played at the beginning and end of the podcast is Dance of Fire – Bolero in A minor by Sinfonia Electronique. You can find more great music on the podsafe music network at music.mevio.com. The d20 logo is by the awesome Joe Kundlak, a.k.a. joeyeti on RPG Geek.

Part one of three.

Welcome to Play On Target and our first actual play episode! Andrew ran the introductory adventure from the Star Wars: Edge of the Empire Beginner Set for us. We had a blast! Sam was the badass bounty hunter, Lowell played the multi-talented droid colonist, and Brian was the smuggler with a complete inability to be stealthy.

Have you played EotE? What did you think? Let us know in the comments or start a discussion on RPG Geek.

You can contact us at Hosts@PlayOnTarget.com or you can send us a private geekmail on the RPGGeek website; our usernames are lorddillon (Sam), Vaklam (Brian), edige23 (Lowell), and MasterGeek (Andrew). You can also follow us on Twitter @PlayOnTarget

The music played at the beginning and end of the podcast is Dance of Fire – Bolero in A minor by Sinfonia Electronique. You can find more great music on the podsafe music network at music.mevio.com. The d20 logo is by the awesome Joe Kundlak, a.k.a. joeyeti on RPG Geek.


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