A Very Special Module
In this episode Brandon and James talk about how modules and other self contained game content can still be useful in the narrative game scene.
In this episode Brandon and James talk about how modules and other self contained game content can still be useful in the narrative game scene. They talk about updating your old D&D modules and to play in Dungeon World. In the later half of the show they make a game module for Masks to help you play a Very Special episode.
The module we make is designed to emulate a Very Special episode of a cartoon or comic book. If you are uncomfortable with discussions of drug use, we suggest skipping from about 39 minutes in until about 59 minutes in.
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