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ItsProbablyJosh

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  1. ItsProbablyJosh

    Any other good RPG podcasts?

    We're here for you, buddy. Had a chance to check out Season 2 yet?
  2. ItsProbablyJosh

    Any other good RPG podcasts?

    Thanks! Glad you're enjoying it! Yeah, the keeper? I'm married to that one. Terrifying, no? They started over Skype, and at about episode 15 or so they started recording separate tracks, so the sound quality gets a lot better.
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    The Infamous D&D Religious Tract

    Shit like this is pretty common. I've had to explain to some co-workers in the past that we aren't practicing any dark arts. We drink Mountain Dew and throw dice around. I bet if someone released a biblical based version of DnD where spells are prayers or some dumb shit like that, they wouldn't have a damn thing to say about it.
  4. ItsProbablyJosh

    Other RPG's

    I play the D20 version of Call of Cthulhu weekly, and we're about to start up a campaign of the Doctor Who RPG called Adventures in Space and Time.
  5. ItsProbablyJosh

    Mic Recommendations

    I know you've been given some advice, but I'll throw my two cents in as well. I personally have all the cast members in my podcast use Blue Yetis. You can get them for about $90 on Amazon right now. They have several settings to use, depending on how many people you'll be recording, the environment you're recording in, etc. I personally like them because plugged into a MacBook Pro, it just kinda works. You don't have to fuss with mixers, and the macbook actually recognizes it as an output itself, so it gives you latency free monitoring with an on-board headphone jack.
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    Any other good RPG podcasts?

    Heya! I'm actually that Josh guy from Cthulhu & Friends. Thanks for the shoutout. The sound quality issues in the first few episodes got better as the show progressed and as we got more proficient at producing the thing, but starting on episode 19, we will no longer be using audio recorded from the Hangout sessions to create the podcast, so that should fix up that problem completely. We're using professional gear and what have you. Huzzah. Also, the version that we play is D20, but it's sort of a frankenstein system we put together using bits of DnD 3.5 and AD&D. We veered from the Wizards released CoC rulebook after a few episodes. Fun fact. I also wanted to suggest you guys listen to Drunks & Dragons over at DnDPodcast.com or GeeklyInc.com. They started out with the same audio issues, but eventually got their shit together and have a pretty damn good show, despite it being 4e. Also, if you're hungry for more Call of Cthulhu action, there's Miskatonic University Podcast, where they play the original Chaosium rules. They go over sort of the whole RP experience, from character creation, to GM tips, and then Actual Play. Personally, it's not my cup of tea but they gave my podcast a shoutout, and I figure I should return the favor. They're at mu-podcast.com
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