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Plot Points

Plot Points has been discussing role-playing games as literature since 2013. The podcast takes a deep dive on the influences, origins, joys, and meaning of tabletop role-playing games. The Plot Points gang talks about new releases, old gems, and speaks with the most influential and exciting creators in the tabletop role-playing game space. 

Find a cool new game, discover a strategy for your home group, or learn a fresh take on the theory of role-playing.

Dec 13, 2018

Flying gangsters. Superspeed thieves. FBI agents who can sense your lies. All these wonders and more await between the covers of Capers, the superpowered RPG of 1920s action! The Plot Points gang takes a hard look at the game, and it's revolutionary mechanics. 

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Nov 30, 2018

Brad and Sarah interview the players of the Theatre of the Mind Players. Get to know the whole cast and hear what they plan to do down the road. A healthy dose of laughter is included in this interview as well. We hope you all enjoy and thanks for listening! 

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Nov 17, 2018

The Plot Points gang continues their chapter delve of Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes. This month, they take a good hard look at the Gith. 

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Nov 10, 2018

Chaosium has released a new version of Masks of Nyarlathotep, which many believe to be the greatest RPG campaign of all time. With hundreds of pages of new material, including an entirely new scenario, the Plot Points gang asks, how does this compare to the original edition from 1984, and takes a deep look at the first...


Nov 1, 2018

Once upon a time, D&D wanted to make a game for 8-year-olds. It was to include a video tape explaining how to play the game. The story of the game's creation is one of ancient computers, bad acting, disastrous management decisions, and Harry Hamlin. 

Harken and gather round, and hear of the tragedy of Dragon Strike!