The Extraordinary Adventures of Baron Munchausen

When we recorded this episode, I discovered my microphone was broken, so I fashioned a very large bullhorn using some bamboo poles and the sail cloth from an old schooner in the back yard. I pointed the bullhorn in the general direction of Hambone’s house and shouted very loudly into it. Meanwhile, Hambone had to scurry around with an ill-fitting baseball mitt in order to catch each individual word as it flew through the air. Once caught, he deposited the words into a disused aquarium for safekeeping until they could be reconstructed at a later time. The real amazing thing about this is that Hambone only had a vaguest idea of what I was saying and I had simply no clue what he was saying, but somehow, the episodes of the podcast came together as if we were sitting in the same room having a normal conversation. 

Oh, yea, this week’s episode is about The Extraordinary Adventures of Baron Munchausen (1998), a storytelling game about tall tales.

Also, we’ve got Levi Combs of Planet X Games on our Indie RPG Elevator Pitch, presented by Exalted Funeral and he’s talking about his new Kickstarter for a brand spankin’ new, Dungeon Crawl Classics version of his module Jungle Tomb of the Mummy Bride. Check out the Kickstarter now

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