Idle Red Hands Weekly 051: Frosthaven Finishes Big, Kickstarter Layoffs, Critter Hug, Never Going Home RPG, Into the Night and Filmento

Frosthaven, the sequel to Gloomhaven by Cephalofair Games, finished big on Kickstarter becoming the most funded boardgame ever. A well-deserved success. Kickstarter is laying off 45% of its staff due to the 35% decline in active projects on the platform and absolutely nothing to do with their recent unionization. Battlestar Galactica has a space battle miniatures game we will be trying. Critter Hug is a new series by some of the cast of Critical Role. A good thing for the hobby or just good old fashioned payola. Never Going Home by Wet Ink Games is a World War occult roleplaying game set during the Great War with art by Charles Ferguson-Avery. The game mechanics and the setting look excellent. Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History has an great series on World War One if you want some background for this game.  A YouTube channel, Filmento is worth checking out if you like movies. Into The Night, a Belgian Netflix series, may provide good inspiration for a roleplaying campaign.
#frosthaven #nevergoinghome #wetinkgames

Never Going Home by Wet Ink Games;
https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/283637/Never-Going-Home

Frosthaven and Gloohaven website;
http://www.cephalofair.com/

The Artwork of Charles Ferguson-Avery:
https://www.artstation.com/superchives

 

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Video: Star Trek Discovery Season 1 Part 2

In the second part of our discussion of the first five episodes of Star Trek: Discovery, we give our thoughts on the characters, the alien species, and the online Klingon conspiracy. We also discuss our predictions for the series and which series would make the best setting for a Star Trek RPG.

Who thinks Michael Burnham is the best TV character of all time? Who thinks Shazad Latiff is the best-looking man of all time? Who needs to use less superlatives?

 

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