A light from the shadows shall spring

The One Ring! A major interview with designer Francesco Nepitello, and Martin Takaichi of Free League. Plus acid splash criticals and electric shocks in Alien.
Woah! We get an exciting scoop about when the Kickstarter for the new edition of The One Ring is going to be announced, plus how its different from the first edition, and how Free League was one of the few companies that didn't make an approach when Cubicle 7 dropped the game, and how they eventually played a blinder to tackle it away from a third company! Hear too about the creative hub of game designers in Venice.

00.00.40: Introduction
00.05.51: Thank you to our new patrons: NotRusselCrowe; Bill Miller; Mattias Bärkström; and Alex Aguila
00.05.52: World of Gaming: Mörk Borg: Heretic KS; Feng Shui subscription; Symbaroum starter set and Alien campaigns
00.33.40: Acid criticals and electric shocks in Alien RPG
00.42.53: The One Ring - interview with designer Francesco Nepitello, and Martin Takaichi 
01.51.42: Coming next and goodbye
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Creators and Guests

Dave Semark
Dave is co-host and writer on the podcast, and part of the writing team at Free League - he created the Xenos for Alien RPG and as been editor and writer on a number of further Alien and Vaesen books, as well as writing the majority the upcoming Better Worlds book. He has also been the Year Zero Engine consultant on War Stories and wrote the War Stories campaign, Rendezvous with Destiny.
Matthew Tyler-Jones
Matthew is co host of the podcast, as well as writer, producer, senior editor, designer and all round top dog. He was also been involved a couple of project for Free League - writing credits include Alien RPG, Vaesen: Mythic Britain and Ireland, and Vaesen: Seasons of Mystery as well as a number of Free League Workshop products.
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