Metro Boston Organized Play geeks out with RPG superfan Angie Powers!
Angie is a longtime gamer and one of the admins for the largest
Pathfinder-related Facebook group. We chat about what brought her to
gaming, what keeps her gaming, what’s involved with managing a gaming
community online, and more. You can listen to the conversation here:
Continuing our series of conversations about gaming, Trysh Wright joins us to share her thoughts and experiences about role-playing games. Trysh is a former organizer for Living Forgotten Realms and Living Greyhawk. She’s been on GenCon panels about various topics–including a session about representation in gaming.
Here is Metro Boston Organized Play’s fourteenth video in a series of interviews/conversations about gaming. This is “part two” of our evening with the Venture-Captain of Richmond, VA, Rigby Bendele!
Rigby discusses their research for “Negotiating Masculinity in Tabletop Roleplaying Game Communities.” You can download their thesis.
Here is Metro Boston Organized Play’s thirteenth video in a series of interviews/conversations about various aspects of gaming. This is “part one” of our evening with the Venture-Captain of Richmond, VA, Rigby Bendele!
Rigby discusses their research for “Negotiating Masculinity in Tabletop Roleplaying Game Communities.” (You can also download this scholarly work here: https://scholarscompass.vcu.edu/etd/5805/)
For the past six months, the Metro Boston Venture Corps has been trying something new: in lieu of our monthly in-person meetings (though sometimes supplementing), we’ve been having “Fireside Chats” with various members of the gaming industry. So far, we’ve chatted with Lyz Liddell, Kate Baker & Mike Kimmel, Crystal Malarsky, Hilary Moon Murphy, Shanna Germain, and Vanessa Hoskins. All of the videos of our chats with these creators are available on our YouTube channel.
On 4/5/19, we had the chance to chat with Cosmo Eisele, the Sales Associate at Paizo. We talked about the upcoming convention season (“shows” in sales lingo), the Starfinder Beginner Box, the Pathfinder Second Edition releases, how retail works in the gaming industry, and then a wild tangent into the Adventure Card Game.