Hey everyone, Jordan here. If you look at the run time for this episode, you’ll see that it’s a little short. Before the show begins, I wanted to share with you why.
When we started talking about Bone Throwers Theater, we intended it to be structured like a television show. Every so often, a show takes a break for a few weeks. Sometimes it’s for sweeps. The holidays can cause programmers headaches, too. Or even big sports events, like the Olympics. So much good programming, so little time.
So, just like the tentpole TV show of your favorite network, sometimes the main story of Bone Throwers Theater is going to take a bit of a step back. We hope to schedule this in regular intervals. I’d personally like to do it about every twenty episodes or so.
As a programming note, we had intended to present these episodes as a single week’s worth of episodes. Some very serious real-life things got in the way of that, though. So we’re spreading out the special editions more than I originally intended. You’ll hear me mention the original idea we had, but of course, that’s a day late and a dollar short. Sorry about the inconsistency there.
Back in May, the group was very excited to be a part of the maiden run of Maryland’s newest gaming convention… GAD-Con. We had a blast playing as a podcast group, running games for our other friends, and taking part in other fun RPGs, like Shadowrun and Pathfinder. The Fiasco game you’re about to listen to took place on the first night. I think we may have the distinction of being the first official game of the con! Greg can e-mail me and let me know if I’m wrong, though.
We’re excited that GAD-Con is returning again in 2014, and I’m already thinking about what games I want to be a part of. If you’d like to learn more about GAD-Con, purchase memberships, or just keep in touch with their awesomeness, go ahead and check out this episode’s show notes for a direct link to their website.
OK, folks, that’s enough from me. Enjoy this week’s episode of Bone Thrower’s Theater!