Plot Points
66: The Charity of Patrick Rothfuss

 

A last HyperCulture sample. In January, get ready for new Plot Points episodes!

How will artists be remembered when they die? In this free-wheeling episode, Ben & Alejandra tackle that question, covering topics as diverse as 19th-century European art, and the tax travails of fantasy sage and New York Times bestselling author Patrick Rothfuss.


Rothfuss's charity, Worldbuilders is a cause worth contributing to. Click here, to donate, win some swag, and do some good!

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Direct download: PLOTPOINTS01_The_Charity_of_Patrick.mp3
Category:fantasy -- posted at: 6:35pm CST

65: Giving Away Dungeons & Dragons: A HyperCulture Sample

This week, enjoy a sample of a second podcast which Chris and Ben have been working on. It's the HyperCulture, the podcast that takes a deep look at nerd culture. 

Why would anyone ever give their product away? Aren't copyrights supposed to be defended to the death?

In this episode, we examine the Open Gaming License, the which took theDungeons & Dragons role-playing game and allowed anyone and their mother to begin producing rules for it. Listen to gaming luminaries such as Clinton J. Boomer, Robin Laws, Frank Mentzer, Shane Hensley, James Lowder, Skip Williams, and Monte Cook weigh in on the topic, tracing the OGL from its inception, through the rise of Paizo and the advent of 5th edition.

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Direct download: EP1_-_Giving_Away_DD_-_EDIT_120215.mp3
Category:role-playing games -- posted at: 8:58pm CST

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