Magic & Technology – Ep238

Magic & Technology – Ep238


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Like chocolate in your peanut butter, do you like technology in your fantasy magic in your sci-fi?

Cast – Brandi, Eric and Jayson
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7 thoughts on “Magic & Technology – Ep238

  1. Another interesting episode.

    I’m still not sure what the resistance is to magic in the western setting. You guys really should try The Sixth Gun or Deadlands they really are very entertaining settings.

    I believe the next sourcebook for Victoriana is the North American book. Though with the ways that C7 does things it will be a long time before we see it, especially if they were running only beta adventures at GenCon. And to connect with the above I’d like to remind that Victoriana is set in the same era as the Old West, so you’ll have magic and six shooters galore there…not to mention Elven oil barons and Orc Cattle Rustlers.

  2. Did I miss the reference to Thundarr during this episode?

    There I was wondering how that picture related to the episode and came away thinking its perfectly reasonable for magic and technology to work together after all that’s what mad scientists are all about!

    Did you mention TORG?

    Tried running a post-apocalyptic game using Mongoose Publishing’s Legend RPG using some Pathfinder scenarios’ for ideas… really wished I went a bit further with the link to the “golden age of humanity” or as we’d call it the Present!!!

    Introduced stealth helicopters being flown by malformed creatures now what was their name from the Runequest setting again?

    Had them delving a long forgotten crypt and encountering Mummy Spiders so called because they drained the moisture from their victims leaving them as mummified husks!

    Should have seen them run!!!

    Sorry otherwise a good episode, really need to listen to it again!

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