First off, if you haven’t figured it out yet, Bruce Wayne isn’t the current Batman on Earth 592. Instead, Batman is a mantle that has passed through a few hands.
This is GM Only, a look into the notes I write for the games I run. This post contains all of my notes for my third session of the Suicide Squad game I’ve been running on Google Hangouts.
Croc showed up also in the second episode. While he’s not a regular feature of the game he gets mentioned more often than I expected.
I wrote Role-Playing Games as Conversation while I was working on ideas for a game. I’ve since went through and expanded a lot of those ideas into actual rule\advice text and I’d like to share some of my elaborated ideas with you. You’re going to notice some overlap in the phrasing and ideas, but hopefully you can stick with it for the elaboration and additional material.
Clinton Barton came into the game in the second episode. He’s always one of my favorites to introduce and demonstrates that, sometimes, I stick to comic lore a bit.
This is GM Only, a look into the notes I write for the games I run. This post contains all of my notes for my second session of the Suicide Squad game I’ve been running on Google Hangouts.
Floyd Lawton is another staple of Suicide Squad lore. My version is pretty different than the one you may be used to. Take a look.
I believe that at its most basic level a role-playing game is a conversation between everyone participating in the game. I think it’s the conversation between participants that really sets a Role-Playing Game apart from any other experience.
Amanda Waller is a staple of Suicide Squad lore. Lets look at her role in my game, and the role of her Granddaughter.
I have done my first ever interview! Well… I’ve done interviews but this is the first time I’ve ever been interviewed. And it’s about In the Pines!