Undead – Ep98

Undead   Ep98

Want to spice up a game? Just add Eddie.

We love the undead. Okay maybe not love, but we like… wait. No. Do we really like the undead? Do we use them enough? Do we do it right?

 
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Cast – Eric, Mike, Dan, Mark, Jayson and Shawn

 

Intro: Jayson

Outro: Dan

 

Items Mentioned:

Dungeons & Dragons, Warhammer Fantasy, White Wolf Publishing, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Grumpy Celt, World of Warcraft, Left 4 Dead, Lord of the Ring, Monster Hunter International, Hero Games, Shadowrun, The Mummy, Blood Bowl, Aces & Eights, Pathfinder, Star Wars

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2 Responses to Undead – Ep98

  1. Skunkape says:

    The first Ghouls in DnD are evil humans who delighted in consuming human flesh and then died, only to rise again as a Ghoul.

    Actually one of the DnD systems had Ghosts aging the PCs according to their race. So a human would age like 1 year, while an elf would age 10 years!

    By the way, my gaming group won’t let me run a zombie apocalypse!

  2. Thanks for the shout-out. I enjoyed playing Acererak but I kinda ran the joke into the ground. And yes, in the original Tomb of Horror Acererak is nothing more than just another death trap, rather than a developed NPC. That did not happen until the sequels.
    Do the zombies in “Warm Bodies” count as intelligent zombies?
    I liked the lich (not lick, but rhymes with bitch) as I found them to be pretty flexible. I wrote an RPG book about them; Dweomercraft: Lich
    I also do not remember any “Werewolf v. Vampire” from the Hammer films.
    And I will totally add “I will go fuck myself” to a conversation some day.

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