Netflix released Reboot: The Guardian Code, a new series based on the cult classic 90s CGI cartoon. Renee, Noah, Aaron, and I talk about the new series and how to gameify it. Who needs acting when you can just randomly pick your emotions?
Everyone is excited about the great crossover event happening in a major fictional universe. Of course, I’m talking about the Supernatural/Scooby Doo crossover. I heard something about some crossover movie but who cares about that?
Anyway, Shaun, Tom, and I got together to make our crossover RPG characters. We used random character creation tables from different games to generate our team – from Maid to Beyond the Supernatural.
VENGEANCE is a set of optional rules that you can inject into basically any other Table-top Role-Playing Game system.
VENGEANCE recreates that feeling of characters having an emotional breakthrough during a tense battle, gaining a second wind and re-entering a fight as a formidable opponent. You’ve likely seen this hundreds of times in your favorite anime or action movies: despite mounting wounds, the protagonist fights to protect their friends and gains a surge of power, even though moments ago they were near death.
Sci-fi films can be about big ideas, but sometimes that isn’t enough. Infini tries to be about some big ideas but the execution leaves much to be desired. Bridget, Caleb, Fae, Thad, and I discuss the movie and our ideas for mining gaming fodder out of it. Things like random tables for doing stupid things in space, to mini games about pretending to be human even when you’re secretly a goo alien!