Two answers for this one:
Dead.FM – not anything to do with RPGs in general, but home of the DG podcast which features updates about Demon Hunters: A Comedy of Terrors.
RPG.net – a useful resource I don’t use enough, except for the really handy legacy reviews.
I was going to skip this one because I don’t listen to podcasts, and thus having a favourite RPG podcast would be a little odd. However, in writing a similar paragraph to begin day 14, I realised that wasn’t quite true.
I listen to Dead.FM, which isn’t an RPG podcast but does feature updates about the Demon Hunters: A Comedy of Terrors roleplaying game. So that kind of counts.
There’s also Nearly Enough Dice, which I don’t listen to but I was featured in an interview on. My five minutes of fame talking about No Rest for the Wicked at Conpulsion.
My first thought was to highlight the entire “The Gamers” franchise by Dead Gentlemen and Zombie Orpheus Entertainment. But then I realised I could do better than that, and so I present: Natural One.
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Natural One is something I Kickstarted along with its sister feature Humans & Households. Both are set in the same setting as “The Gamers” (to a degree). In “The Gamers” and the subsequent features, the worlds they explore are always fantasy ones, and Natural One changes this up by doing a cyberpunk adventure in Shadowrun.
It’s a different team behind the scenes, with familiar actors like Scott C Brown and Christian Doyle providing the background link to the overarching series while they bring in a new cast to explore this very different story.
If this serves as the gateway that gets people exploring Dead Gentlemen’s work (including the “The Gamers” franchise, Demon Hunters, Syphilitic Ninja Vampires, and more) then I’ll take that as a job well done.
Funny thing: when this is posted, I’ll actually be in Dundee running No Rest for the Wicked. Because just talking about roleplaying isn’t enough.