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Episode Thirteen of The Chippewa Valley Geek Podcast and Rhythm & Blues Revue is complete and can be found here or on iTunes and Stitcher!
We're taking a bite out of zombies this time around, getting the lowdown on a locally-produced survival horror RPG, and (re)making some very exciting announcements!
0:01:11 The Up Front: On oblivion and undeath - also, Clearwater Con 2015!
0:06:47 The Interview: Eau Claire game designers Craig Sieracki and Matt Scott talk about their love of zombies, break down the inner workings of CHOMP, and take on the Geek-del Test!
0:24:56 Payin' some bills
0:30:51 The Roundtable: Wherein Mike and Jack try to find some braaaaaaaaains!
1:30:30 Community Calendar
1:33:13 Outro & Credits
1:34:36 Bonus Track: The Lannister Suite, in 3 Movements (or, How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Never Try To Play Slide Guitar Ever Again), featuring:
- Roslin's Wedding
- Mannish Boy-King
- I'm a Steady Whorin' Half-Man
Remember to support the CVG on PATREON!
Hey, how about some show notes?
Remember to pick up CHOMP! The Zombie Survival Horror RPG, from FKI, LLC!
Find out more about the CHOMP! Survival Horror RPG on Craig and Matt's Facebook page.
You too can play it with Craig and Matt out at Clearwater Con 2015!
Listen to our Actual Play session of CHOMP!
The Zombie Survival Guide by Max Brooks
Also, World War Z, by Max Brooks
You Can Run, You Can Hide: The Epidemiology and Statistical Mechanics of Zombies by Alexander A. Alemi, Matthew Bierbaum, Christopher R. Myers & James P. Sethna
You Can Run, You Can Hide:The Epidemiology and Statistical Mechanics of Zombies
Hebanon Games, (soon to be) makers of Red Markets
All Flesh Must Be Eaten!
A Necro-Biological Explanation for the Fermi Paradox by Stephen R. Kane, Franck Selsis
Check out this interactive model of the Zombie Apocalypse!
PC Stinger: "Bazooka" Joe Blutarski, RHP, was my own PC during a zombie one-shot of Mike's using Savage Worlds, called "Sacred Heart Hospital". The game opened with a foreboding medical report as recorded by Dr. David Cook, the original of which is appended to the end of this installment of the CVG.
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