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I have been curious about TheNatOne’s products for a while, having been one of the better-looking publishers who found their way onto my radar since the lockdown a lifetime ago.
It’s Halloween month, and it’s down to Geek Native Patrons due to the timing since they voted in Scoundrel Game Labs for it. As we’ll see in the interview below, Scoundrel might be best known for spooky 5e.
Scoundrel Game Labs won for October. Congratulations! I’ll be getting in touch to try and line up an interview.
Set in an America without colonisation, the game had a mighty success of a Kickstarter, delivered and picked up the Diana Jones Award for excellence in gaming and the CRIT Award for the best multiplayer RPG.
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In this interview, we dare a little close to Lovecraft controversies and talk about All4Two mechanics and the Ozarks. I’m embarrassed to say this Scottish blogger had never heard the word “Ozarks” before…
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I know The Grinning Frog from The Oracle magazine, DriveThruRPG lists the company’s hottest seller as 10 Tips for Roleplaying Villains, and we read about plenty of other games in this interview.
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