Part 1

Episode #39: Pathfinder (1st Ed): Black Fang's Dungeon Pt. 3

Show Notes:

This week, Fiona is joined by Jamie and Janina for an exciting introductory adventure in the world of Pathfinder first edition, ‘Black Fang’s Dungeon’.  Written by Jason Bulmahn and Sean K Reynolds, ‘Black Fang’s Dungeon’ was designed to introduce new players and new GMs to the Pathfinder first edition system, published by Paizo Publishing in 2009.

You can find out more about Pathfinder and check out more adventures on the official Paizo website, www.paizo.com.

Timestamps:

  • Intro: 00:00:09

  • Recap and gameplay overview: 00:00:41

  • Restart of 'Black Fang’s Dungeon' one-shot: 00:02:31

  • Outro and credits: 00:36:18

Credits

The 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast was created, recorded and edited by Fiona Howat.

The WAIR logo was created by Fiona Howat.

This episode’s players was Jamie Drew and Janina Matthewson.

This episode’s RPG one-shot was ‘Black Fang’s Dungeon’ written by Jason Bulmahn and Sean K Reynold and published by Paizo Publishing in 2009. You can find out more about Pathfinder and check out more adventures on the official Paizo website, www.paizo.com.

The theme music was '8-bit march' by Twin Musicom (twinmusicom.org), licensed under a Creative Commons 4.0 License.

The additional music in this episode was ‘Magic Forest’ by Sir Cubworth.

If you want to find out more about the podcast, check out the 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast website: www.WAIRpodcast.com.

Fancy getting in touch? Email the podcast at whatamIrollingpodcast[@]gmail.com.

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Episode #38: Pathfinder (1st Ed): Black Fang's Dungeon Pt. 2

Show Notes:

This week, Fiona is joined by Jamie and Janina for an exciting introductory adventure in the world of Pathfinder first edition, ‘Black Fang’s Dungeon’.  Written by Jason Bulmahn and Sean K Reynolds, ‘Black Fang’s Dungeon’ was designed to introduce new players and new GMs to the Pathfinder first edition system, published by Paizo Publishing in 2009.

You can find out more about Pathfinder and check out more adventures on the official Paizo website, www.paizo.com.

Timestamps:

  • Intro: 00:00:09

  • Recap and Gameplay overview: 00:00:41

  • Restart of 'Black Fang’s Dungeon' one-shot: 00:02:31

  • Outro and credits: 01:05:04

Credits

The 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast was created, recorded and edited by Fiona Howat.

The WAIR logo was created by Fiona Howat.

This episode’s players was Jamie Drew and Janina Matthewson.

This episode’s RPG one-shot was ‘Black Fang’s Dungeon’ written by Jason Bulmahn and Sean K Reynold and published by Paizo Publishing in 2009. You can find out more about Pathfinder and check out more adventures on the official Paizo website, www.paizo.com.

The theme music was '8-bit march' by Twin Musicom (twinmusicom.org), licensed under a Creative Commons 4.0 License.

The additional music in this episode was ‘Magic Forest’ by Sir Cubworth.

If you want to find out more about the podcast, check out the 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast website: www.WAIRpodcast.com.

Fancy getting in touch? Email the podcast at whatamIrollingpodcast[@]gmail.com.

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Episode #37: Pathfinder (1st Ed): Black Fang's Dungeon Pt. 1

Show Notes:

This week, Fiona is joined by Jamie and Janina for an exciting introductory adventure in the world of Pathfinder first edition, ‘Black Fang’s Dungeon’.  Written by Jason Bulmahn and Sean K Reynolds, ‘Black Fang’s Dungeon’ was designed to introduce new players and new GMs to the Pathfinder first edition system, published by Paizo Publishing in 2009.

You can find out more about Pathfinder and check out more adventures on the official Paizo website, www.paizo.com.

Timestamps:

  • Intro: 00:00:09

  • Gameplay overview: 00:01:25

  • Start of 'Black Fang’s Dungeon' one-shot: 00:03:27

  • Outro and credits: 00:50:46

Credits

The 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast was created, recorded and edited by Fiona Howat.

The WAIR logo was created by Fiona Howat.

This episode’s players was Jamie Drew and Janina Matthewson.

This episode’s RPG one-shot was ‘Black Fang’s Dungeon’ written by Jason Bulmahn and Sean K Reynold and published by Paizo Publishing in 2009. You can find out more about Pathfinder and check out more adventures on the official Paizo website, www.paizo.com.

The theme music was '8-bit march' by Twin Musicom (twinmusicom.org), licensed under a Creative Commons 4.0 License.

The additional music in this episode was ‘Magic Forest’ by Sir Cubworth.

If you want to find out more about the podcast, check out the 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast website: www.WAIRpodcast.com.

Fancy getting in touch? Email the podcast at whatamIrollingpodcast[@]gmail.com.

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Episode #36: SINS: Dead City Pt. 4

Show Notes:

This week, Fiona is joined by David and Sam for SINS, the award-winning supernatural post-apocalyptic role-playing game created by Miquel Tankard and published by First Falling Leaf. A high-octane, darkly driven game of cinematic proportions, SINS explores the consequences which come from wielding great and terrible power in an unforgiving world fraught with danger.

If you want to know more, the core rule book and introductory adventure used in this one-shot, ‘Dead City’, are available to buy, both in physical and PDF form, from the SINS RPG website www.sinsrpg.uk.

Timestamps:

  • Intro: 00:00:09

  • Recap and gameplay overview: 00:00:36

  • Restart of 'SINS: Dead City' one-shot: 00:05:19

  • Outro and credits: 00:53:10

Credits

The 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast was created, recorded and edited by Fiona Howat.

The WAIR logo was created by Fiona Howat.

This episode’s players was David T Cox and Sam Robins.

This episode’s RPG one-shot was SINS, the award-winning supernatural post-apocalyptic role-playing game created by Miquel Tankard and published by First Falling Leaf. The core rule book and introductory adventure used in this one-shot, ‘Dead City’, are available to buy, both in physical and PDF form, from the SINS RPG website www.sinsrpg.uk.

The theme music was '8-bit march' by Twin Musicom (twinmusicom.org), licensed under a Creative Commons 4.0 License.

The additional music in this episode was ‘Strange Stuff’ by Matt Harris.

If you want to find out more about the podcast, check out the 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast website: www.WAIRpodcast.com.

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Episode #35: SINS: Dead City Pt. 3

Show Notes:

This week, Fiona is joined by David and Sam for SINS, the award-winning supernatural post-apocalyptic role-playing game created by Miquel Tankard and published by First Falling Leaf. A high-octane, darkly driven game of cinematic proportions, SINS explores the consequences which come from wielding great and terrible power in an unforgiving world fraught with danger.

If you want to know more, the core rule book and introductory adventure used in this one-shot, ‘Dead City’, are available to buy, both in physical and PDF form, from the SINS RPG website www.sinsrpg.uk.

Timestamps:

  • Intro: 00:00:09

  • Recap and gameplay overview: 00:00:36

  • Restart of 'SINS: Dead City' one-shot: 00:05:19

  • Outro and credits: 01:13:08

Credits

The 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast was created, recorded and edited by Fiona Howat.

The WAIR logo was created by Fiona Howat.

This episode’s players was David T Cox and Sam Robins.

This episode’s RPG one-shot was SINS, the award-winning supernatural post-apocalyptic role-playing game created by Miquel Tankard and published by First Falling Leaf. The core rule book and introductory adventure used in this one-shot, ‘Dead City’, are available to buy, both in physical and PDF form, from the SINS RPG website www.sinsrpg.uk.

The theme music was '8-bit march' by Twin Musicom (twinmusicom.org), licensed under a Creative Commons 4.0 License.

The additional music in this episode was ‘Strange Stuff’ by Matt Harris.

If you want to find out more about the podcast, check out the 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast website: www.WAIRpodcast.com.

Fancy getting in touch? Email the podcast at whatamIrollingpodcast[@]gmail.com.

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Episode #33: SINS: Dead City Pt. 1

Show Notes:

This week, Fiona is joined by David and Sam for SINS, the award-winning supernatural post-apocalyptic role-playing game created by Miquel Tankard and published by First Falling Leaf. A high-octane, darkly driven game of cinematic proportions, SINS explores the consequences which come from wielding great and terrible power in an unforgiving world fraught with danger.

If you want to know more, the core rule book and introductory adventure used in this one-shot, ‘Dead City’, are available to buy, both in physical and PDF form, from the SINS RPG website www.sinsrpg.uk.

Timestamps:

  • Intro: 00:00:09

  • Gameplay overview: 00:01:34

  • Spoiler warning: 00:04:53

  • Start of 'SINS: Dead City' one-shot: 00:05:58

  • Outro and credits: 01:08:45

Credits

The 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast was created, recorded and edited by Fiona Howat.

The WAIR logo was created by Fiona Howat.

This episode’s players was David T Cox and Sam Robins.

This episode’s RPG one-shot was SINS, the award-winning supernatural post-apocalyptic role-playing game created by Miquel Tankard and published by First Falling Leaf. The core rule book and introductory adventure used in this one-shot, ‘Dead City’, are available to buy, both in physical and PDF form, from the SINS RPG website www.sinsrpg.uk.

The theme music was '8-bit march' by Twin Musicom (twinmusicom.org), licensed under a Creative Commons 4.0 License.

The additional music in this episode was ‘Strange Stuff’ by Matt Harris.

If you want to find out more about the podcast, check out the 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast website: www.WAIRpodcast.com.

Fancy getting in touch? Email the podcast at whatamIrollingpodcast[@]gmail.com.

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Episode #28: In Name Only Pt. 1

Show Notes:

This week, Fiona is joined by Evelyn, Megan, Issie and Grace for ‘In Name Only’, a name-based fantasy RPG system by Doug Levandowski, Jack Rosetree and Alison Cardinale.

In Name Only is a minimalist role-playing system where your real, actual name determines all your skills, abilities, and powers. You can find out more information about ‘In Name Only’ and download a free copy of the ruleset from the ‘In Name Only’ Kickstarter. You can buy the full version on the PNPArcade website: www.pnparcade.com

Timestamps:

  • Intro: 00:00:09

  • Gameplay overview: 00:01:13

  • Start of 'In Name Only' one-shot: 00:03:20

  • Outro and credits: 00:53:39

Credits

The 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast was created, recorded and edited by Fiona Howat.

The WAIR logo was created by Fiona Howat.

This episode’s players was Evelyn Goodall, Megan Roderick, Issie Fenlon and Grace Potter.

This episode’s RPG was ‘In Name Only’ created by Doug Levandowski, Jack Rosetree and Alison Cardinale. You can find out more information about In Name Only and download a free copy of the ruleset from the ‘In Name Only’ Kickstarter. You can buy the full version on the PNPArcade website: www.pnparcade.com

The theme music was '8-bit march' by Twin Musicom (twinmusicom.org), licensed under a Creative Commons 4.0 License.

The additional music in this episode was ‘Magical Forest’ by Sir Cubworth.

If you want to find out more about the podcast, check out the 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast website: www.WAIRpodcast.com.

Fancy getting in touch? Email the podcast at whatamIrollingpodcast[@]gmail.com.

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Episode #26: Adventure Skeletons Pt. 1

Show Notes:

This week, Fiona is joined by Jacob, Andrew, Brandon and Katie for ‘Adventure Skeletons’, a one-page roleplaying game created by game designer Grant Howitt.


Adventure Skeletons is available as a ‘pay what you want’ product on the Rowan Rook and Decard website. You can find more information about Grant’s other projects and one page one-shots on Patreon.

Timestamps:

  • Intro: 00:00:10

  • Skeleton creation overview: 00:01:41

  • Skeleton creation: 00:02:13

  • Gameplay overview: 00:05:17

  • Start of 'Adventure Skeletons' one-shot: 00:07:41

  • Outro and credits: 01:10:05

Credits

The 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast was created, recorded and edited by Fiona Howat.

The WAIR logo was created by Fiona Howat.

This episode’s players were Jacob Vogts, Andrew Folkman, Brandon Trent and Katie Trent.

This episode’s RPG was ‘Adventure Skeletons’ created by Grant Howitt. Adventure Skeletons is available as a pay what you want product on the Rowan Rook and Decard website. You can find more information about Grant’s other projects and one page oneshots on Patreon.

The theme music was '8-bit march' by Twin Musicom (twinmusicom.org), licensed under a Creative Commons 4.0 License.

The additional music in this episode was ‘Tiptoe out the back’ by Dan Lebowitz.

If you want to find out more about the podcast, check out the 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast website: www.WAIRpodcast.com.

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Episode #24: Pride & Extreme Prejudice Pt. 2

Show Notes:

This week, Fiona is joined by Franky, Reshay and Matt for ‘Pride & Extreme Prejudice’, a one-page roleplaying game created by game designer Grant Howitt.

Pride & Extreme Prejudice is available as a pay what you want product on the Rowan Rook and Decard website. You can find more information about Grant’s other projects and one-shots on Patreon.

Timestamps:

  • Intro: 00:00:10

  • Recap and gameplay overview: 00:00:37

  • Start of 'Pride & Extreme Prejudice' one-shot: 00:03:49

  • Outro and credits: 00:54:42

Credits

The 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast was created, recorded and edited by Fiona Howat.

The WAIR logo was created by Fiona Howat.

This episode’s players were Franky Kempster, Reshay Melvile and Matt Bateman.

This episode’s RPG was ‘Pride & Extreme Prejudice’ created by Grant Howitt. Pride & Extreme Prejudice is available as a pay what you want product on the Rowan Rook and Decard website. You can find more information about Grant’s other projects and oneshots on Patreon.

The theme music was '8-bit march' by Twin Musicom (twinmusicom.org), licensed under a Creative Commons 4.0 License.

The additional music in this episode was ‘English Country Garden’ by Aaron Kenny.

If you want to find out more about the podcast, check out the 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast website: www.WAIRpodcast.com.

Fancy getting in touch? Email the podcast at whatamIrollingpodcast[@]gmail.com.

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Episode #23: Pride & Extreme Prejudice Pt. 1

Show Notes:

This week, Fiona is joined by Franky, Reshay and Matt for ‘Pride & Extreme Prejudice’, a one-page roleplaying game created by game designer Grant Howitt.

Pride & Extreme Prejudice is available as a ‘pay what you want’ product on the Rowan Rook and Decard website. You can find more information about Grant’s other projects and one-shots on Patreon.

Timestamps:

  • Intro: 00:00:10

  • Technical difficulties warning: 00:01:28

  • Choosing the character: 00:02:32

  • Assigning husbands, traits, what’s happening today and what are the French up to: 00:06:13

  • Relationships and general gameplay overview: 00:08:33

  • Start of 'Pride & Extreme Prejudice' one-shot: 00:10:20

  • Technical difficulties summary: 00:19:59

  • Technical difficulties start: 00:20:55

  • Technical difficulties end: 00:25:22

  • Outro and credits: 01:00:23

Credits

The 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast was created, recorded and edited by Fiona Howat.

The WAIR logo was created by Fiona Howat.

This episode’s players were Franky Kempster, Reshay Melvile and Matt Bateman.

This episode’s RPG was ‘Pride & Extreme Prejudice’ created by Grant Howitt. Pride & Extreme Prejudice is available as a pay what you want product on the Rowan Rook and Decard website. You can find more information about Grant’s other projects and oneshots on Patreon.

The theme music was '8-bit march' by Twin Musicom (twinmusicom.org), licensed under a Creative Commons 4.0 License.

The additional music in this episode was ‘English Country Garden’ by Aaron Kenny.

If you want to find out more about the podcast, check out the 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast website: www.WAIRpodcast.com.

Fancy getting in touch? Email the podcast at whatamIrollingpodcast[@]gmail.com.

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Episode #21: Risus: The Anything RPG Pt. 1

Show Notes:

This week, Fiona is joined by Claire for 'Risus: The Anything RPG' by S John Ross of Cumberland Games & Diversions.

For some, Risus is a handy “emergency” RPG for spur-of-the-moment one-shots and rapid character creation. For others, it’s a reliable campaign system supporting years of play. No matter what you think it is, there's no wrong way to play. Find more information about ‘Risus: The Anything RPG’ on the Cumberland Games & Diversions website: https://rolltop-indigo.blogspot.com/.

Content warning: Mild horror/terror themes, car accident, possible suicide, death.

Timestamps:

  • Intro: 00:00:10

  • Gameplay overview: 00:01:16

  • Start of 'Risus: The Anything RPG' one-shot: 00:03:21

  • Outro and credits: 00:53:43

Credits

The 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast was created, recorded and edited by Fiona Howat.

The WAIR logo was created by Fiona Howat.

This episode’s player was Claire Jarvis.

This episode’s RPG one-shot was 'Risus: The Anything RPG' by S John Ross of Cumberland Games & Diversions.

The theme music was '8-bit march' by Twin Musicom (twinmusicom.org), licensed under a Creative Commons 4.0 License.

The additional music in this episode was ‘They can feel you’ by Hainbach.

If you want to find out more about the podcast, check out the 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast website: www.WAIRpodcast.com.

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Episode #19: GRIN Pt. 1

Show Notes:

This week, Fiona is joined by Alex for a one-shot game of survival horror using GRIN, a rules system developed by independent indie game publisher Arcana Games.

Described as fast and deadly, GRIN is a rules light survival horror role-playing system that fits on a single page. Find more information about GRIN on the Arcana Games website: https://www.arcana-games.com/.

Content warning: Mild horror/terror themes, mentions of blood and abuse.


Timestamps:

  • Intro: 00:00:10

  • Gameplay overview: 00:00:49

  • Start of 'GRIN' one-shot: 00:04:00

  • Outro and credits: 00:49:02

Credits

The 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast was created, recorded and edited by Fiona Howat.

The WAIR logo was created by Fiona Howat.

This episode’s player was Alex Howat.

This episode’s RPG one-shot was GRIN, a rules system developed by independent indie game publisher Arcana Games. Find more information about GRIN on the Arcana Games website: https://www.arcana-games.com/.

The theme music was '8-bit march' by Twin Musicom (twinmusicom.org), licensed under a Creative Commons 4.0 License.

The additional music in this episode was ‘Deep Horrors’ by Kevin MacLeod.

If you want to find out more about the podcast, check out the 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast website: www.WAIRpodcast.com.

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Episode #15: FATE Accelerated: 'The London Superhero Bureau' Pt. 1

Show Notes:

This week, Fiona is joined by Evelyn and Lucy for 'FATE Accelerated', an RPG based on the FUDGE gaming system published by Evil Hat Productions.

If you want to find out more about 'FATE Accelerated' system and download a ton of additional FAE resources, check out the FATE downloads page on the Evil Hat Productions website (https://www.evilhat.com/home/).

Timestamps:

  • Intro: 00:00:10

  • Gameplay overview: 00:01:54

  • Start of FATE Accerlated/FAE one-shot: 00:05:28

  • Outro and credits: 00:55:08

Credits

The 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast was created, recorded and edited by Fiona Howat.

The WAIR logo was created by Fiona Howat.

This episode’s players were Evelyn Goodall and Lucy Edlund.

This episode’s RPG one-shot was ‘FATE Accerlated’ published by Evil Hat Productions. You can find out more about 'FATE Accelerated' system and download a ton of additional FAE resources, check out the FATE downloads page on the Evil Hat Productions website.

The theme music was '8-bit march' by Twin Musicom (twinmusicom.org), licensed under a Creative Commons 4.0 License.

The additional music in this episode was 'The New Order' by Aaron Kenny.

If you want to find out more about the podcast, check out the 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast website: www.WAIRpodcast.com.

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Episode #13: Star Trek Adventures: 'Signals' Pt. 1

Show Notes:

This week, Fiona is joined by Colleen, Richie and John for ‘Star Trek Adventures’, an RPG covering the various live-action series and films from the Star Trek universe, published by Modiphius Entertainment.

Find more information about 'Star Trek Adventures' on the Modiphius Entertainment website: www.modiphius.com.

Timestamps:

  • Intro: 00:00:10

  • Gameplay overview: 00:00:32

  • Start of 'Star Trek Adventures' one-shot: 00:04:55

  • Outro and credits: 01:00:59

Credits

The 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast was created, recorded and edited by Fiona Howat.

The WAIR logo was created by Fiona Howat.

This episode’s players were Colleen Cheetham-Gerrard, Richie Cheetham-Gerrard and John Nicoll.

This episode’s RPG one-shot was ‘Star Trek Adventures’ published by Modiphius Entertainment. You can find out more about 'Star Trek Adventures' and download the FREE quickstart rules PDF on the Modiphius Entertainment website (www.modiphius.com).

The theme music was '8-bit march' by Twin Musicom (twinmusicom.org), licensed under a Creative Commons 4.0 License.

The additional music in this episode was 'Space Chatter' by Doug Maxwell/Media Right Productions.

If you want to find out more about the podcast, check out the 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast website: www.WAIRpodcast.com.

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Episode #11: Goblin Quest Pt. 1

Show Notes:

This week, Fiona is joined by Lucy and Dean for ‘Goblin Quest’, a GM-less tabletop RPG about slapstick violence and fatal incompetence designed by Grant Howitt.

Find more information about 'Goblin Quest' and Grant’s other projects on Grant’s Patreon:  https://www.patreon.com/gshowitt.

Timestamps:

  • Intro: 00:00:10

  • Overview of character creation: 00:01:46

  • Character creation: 00:02:15

  • Overview of quest creation: 00:10:41

  • Quest creation: 00:12:25

  • Overview of gameplay mechanics: 00:29:05

  • Start of Goblin Quest: 00:30:49

  • Outro and credits: 01:00:30

Credits

The 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast was created, recorded and edited by Fiona Howat.

The WAIR logo was created by Fiona Howat.

This episode’s players were Lucy Eyre-Tanner, Dean Horn and Fiona Howat.

This episode’s RPG one-shot was ‘Goblin Quest’, designed by Grant Howitt. Find more information about 'Goblin Quest' and Grant’s other projects on Patreon:  https://www.patreon.com/gshowitt.

The theme music was '8-bit march' by Twin Musicom (twinmusicom.org), licensed under a Creative Commons 4.0 License.

The additional music in this episode was 'Epic Battle Speech' by Wayne Jones.

If you want to find out more about the podcast, check out the 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast website: www.WAIRpodcast.com.

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Episode #9: Fiasco Pt. 1

Show Notes:

This week, Fiona is joined by Matt, Ben and Jackie for ‘Fiasco’, an award-winning tabletop RPG by Jason Morningstar, independently published by Bully Pulpit Games.

Find out more about 'Fiasco' and buy your own copy on the Bully Pulpit Games website: http://bullypulpitgames.com/.

Timestamps:

  • Intro: 00:00:09

  • Overview of The Setup: 00:01:29

  • The Setup: 00:02:57

  • Overview of Act 1: 00:19:55

  • Act 1: 00:20:48

  • Outro and credits: 00:41:57

Credits

The 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast was created, recorded and edited by Fiona Howat.

The WAIR logo was created by Fiona Howat.

This episode’s players were Matt Bateman, Ben Honey, Jackie Woodburn and Fiona Howat.

This episode’s RPG one-shot was ‘Fiasco’, by Jason Morningstar, independently published by Bully Pulpit Games. Find out more about 'Fiasco' and other RPGs from Bully Pulpit Games on their website: http://bullypulpitgames.com/.

The theme music was '8-bit march' by Twin Musicom (twinmusicom.org), licensed under a Creative Commons 4.0 License .

The additional music in this episode was 'Reception' by William Rosati.

If you want to find out more about the podcast, check out the 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast website: www.WAIRpodcast.com.

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Episode #7: Star Wars Pt. 1

Show Notes:

This week, Fiona is joined by joined by David, Tahir and Stuart for ‘Escape from Mos Shuuta’, a Star Wars: Edge of Empire’s starter adventure by Fantasy Flight Games.

Find out more about Edge of Empire and other Fantasy Flight Games on their website: https://www.fantasyflightgames.com.

***Apologies for the technical difficulties and background noise in advance***

Timestamps:

  • Intro:  00:00:10

  • Overview: 00:00:49

  • Introduction to the characters: 00:02:11

  • Final comments and technical difficulties: 00:03:29

  • One-shot start: 00:04:48

  • Outro and credits: 01:07:30

Credits

The 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast was created, recorded and edited by Fiona Howat.

The WAIR logo was created by Fiona Howat.

This episode’s players were David Burns, Tahir Mahmood and Stuart Foy.

This episode’s RPG one-shot was 'Escape from Mos Shuuta’, a Star Wars: Edge of Empire’s starter adventure by Fantasy Flight Games. Find out more about Edge of Empire and other Fantasy Flight Games on their website: https://www.fantasyflightgames.com.

The theme music was '8-bit march' by Twin Musicom (twinmusicom.org), licensed under a Creative Commons 4.0 License.

The additional music in this episode was 'Light Years Away' by Doug Maxwell.

If you want to find out more about the podcast, check out the 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast website: www.WAIRpodcast.com.

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Episode #3: Tomb of Horrors Pt. 1

Show Notes:

This week, Fiona is joined by Sam, Ryan, and Sarah for 'Tomb of Horrors', one of the most (in)famous adventure, created for the Wizard of the Coast's Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game.

Find out more about the world of Dungeons and Dragons: www.dnd.wizards.com

***SPOILERS FOR TOMB OF HORRORS***

This one-shot uses the 5th edition version of the adventure, as found in the ‘Tales from the Yawning Portal’ module book.

Timestamps:

  • Intro: 00:00:10

  • Basic D&D gameplay overview: 00:01:05

  • Tomb of Horrors start: 00:03:44

  • Technical difficulties: 01:12:16

  • Tomb of Horrors restart: 01:15:32

  • Outro and credits: 01:41:40

Credits

The 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast was created, recorded and edited by Fiona Howat.

The WAIR logo was created by Fiona Howat.

This episode’s players were Sam Robins, Ryan Harris and Sarah Cook.

This episode’s RPG one-shot was 'Tomb of Horrors', a Wizards of the Coast's Dungeons & Dragons adventure module. Find out more about the world of Dungeons and Dragons: www.dnd.wizards.com

The theme music was '8-bit march' by Twin Musicom (twinmusicom.org), licensed under a Creative Commons 4.0 License.

If you want to find out more about the podcast, check out the 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast website: www.WAIRpodcast.com.

Fancy getting in touch? Email the podcast at whatamIrollingpodcast[@]gmail.com.

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Episode #1: Honey Heist Pt. 1

Show Notes:

This week, Fiona is joined by Sam, Ryan, and Jacob for 'Honey Heist', a free one-shot RPG created by Grant Howitt.

Support Grant on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/gshowitt.

Timestamps:

  • Intro: 00:00:09

  • Honey Heist gameplay overview: 00:01:12

  • Honey Heist start: 00:04:25

  • Outro and credits: 01:04:57

Credits

The 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast was created, recorded and edited by Fiona Howat.

The WAIR logo was created by Fiona Howat.

This episode’s players were Sam Robins, Ryan Harris and Jacob Vogts.

This episode’s RPG one-shot was 'Honey Heist' was created by Grant Howitt. Support Grant on Patreonwww.patreon.com/gshowitt.

The theme music was '8-bit march' by Twin Musicom (twinmusicom.org), licensed under a Creative Commons 4.0 License.

If you want to find out more about the podcast, check out the 'What Am I Rolling?' podcast website: www.WAIRpodcast.com.

Fancy getting in touch? Email the podcast at whatamIrollingpodcast[@]gmail.com.

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