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Podcasts I Recommend

Accidental Survivors
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The role-playing podcast for modern gamers.

Dungeons & Dragons/Wizards of the Coast
Go inside the world of Dungeons & Dragons. The Penny Arcade gameplay podcasts are very entertaining and funny, but <some explicit language>.

Fear the Boot
Tabletop roleplaying and a little bit more. Fun hosts from St. Louis.

MacBreak Weekly
The latest Mac news from top journalists.

Miskatonic University Podcast
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A cephalopodcast for the Call of Cthulhu roleplaying game. Good information for beginning players. They also have podcasts of actual gameplay.

The Moth Podcast
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True stories told by the people who lived them. Some are extremely fascinating, others not so much.

Skype of Cthulhu
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Gameplay sessions of the Call of Cthulhu roleplaying game. Games take place in a variety of settings, from Ancient Rome to the wild west to the modern day.

CafePress.com

It's cool, it's easy, and best of all, it's free!

CaptainClockwork.com

captainclockwork.com

Check out the adventures of Captain Clockwork, a comic created by my fellow Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art student Glenn Whitmore. I recommend the comic! Glenn colored DC's Superman titles for for 10 years, including the historic issue where Superman died.

Gophercentral Archives

GopherCentral Archives — the #1 spot for past newsletters from GopherCentral.com, your #1 source for free newsletters and ezines. From news and hobbies to laughs and sports, we've got the best!

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Infrno.net

Infrno.net

Find other players for your roleplaying game, or join someone else's game, all over the Internet on the site's virtual game table. Free to play, although premium features are available for a small monthly fee. Most players use Skype instead of the built-in voice chat function.

roll20.net

roll20.net

Another virtual tabletop that brings pen-and-paper gaming to the web the right way. Built on a powerful platform of tools, yet elegantly simple, it focuses on enhancing what makes tabletop gaming great: storytelling and camaradie. It's incredibly user-friendly and runs right in your web browser, so there's nothing to download or configure.

Free to play, although premium features are available for a small monthly fee.

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