Mar 14 2016

Panda’s Talking Games- 1: Introductions

Talking Games Logo 200x200Welcome to the first show of Project Panda or Talking Games: Staring Senda and Phil or Phil and Senda. You decide which you like best. In short this show takes a look at those questions we love to think about  as GMs and Players but with the perspective of someone who plays and runs a lot of One Shots (Senda from She’s a Super Geek), and someone who runs a lot of campaigns (Phil from Misdirected Mark), to show you some of the differences and similarities of the two kinds of styles. And they attempt to do this in around 20ish minutes.

This inaugural episode introduces the pair and the show.  I hope you enjoy the pair, the show, and the cover art as much as I do.

Your humble audio editor and man behind the curtain of MMP,

Chris Sniezak


1 ping

  1. Michael Phillips

    Using Lawful as a marker for good is, I think more a comment on the person than on the possibilities of a good aligned game.
    The Leverage RPG can play non-good aligned parties, but the system strongly encourages you to play good but definitely not lawful characters.
    (One nice thing about 5e is that the paladins aren’t tied to lawful good)

    Lawful play in l5r is often actively not good aligned.

    1. Senda

      We didn’t do a great job of setting up why we talked about lawful good for our “Good aligned Games” portion– we were working off the theory that your average game is chaotic good drifting in to neutral, so just talking about “good” games would be like talking about a normal games. To push the extreme end, we went lawful good.

      1. Michael Phillips

        I would say that a lot of D&D style games really don’t ever hit any sort of good. Even f they are wearing a good mask (probably made of the face of actual good) they are more Jack Bauer plus pyromania. I know that with a lot of groups of players in a D&D style system my modal alignment is cn, with a mean somewhere between cg and ng

  1. Quickie: All Outta Bubblegum – Patrick Runs RPGs

    […] unduly so, as I had trouble keeping up the level of ridiculousness.  My understanding is that Senda uses the same setup every time and never needs to prepare, which is a good idea–I just need […]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>