[insert quest here] is a Queer Australian podcast that focuses on Role Playing Games. We love telling diverse stories, and so we do our best to lift up the voices of our community by showing off new and innovative games, from a bunch of designers.
We have a lot of Actual Plays, and interviews, and sometime host other content that is harder to define.
Momatoes ARC Kickstarter Interview
In this, our 50th episode of our interview series, I have the pleasure of talking to Momatoes about her Doomsday RPG, ARC. It's currently up on Kickstarter and their next stretch goal blew my mind (more on that at the end of the interview.)
Back the Kickstarter here https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/exaltedfuneral/arc-doom-tabletop-rpg
Twitter - https://twitter.com/momatoes
Itch - https://momatoes.itch.io/
Website - https://momatoes.com/
Across RPGSEA - https://across-rpgsea.com/
NOVA Kickstarter Interview
In our latest episode Rei talks with Spencer Campbell about his upcoming kickstarter, a combat rpg in a world of exploded stars, sun shards, strange evolution, and superpowered exosuits called Sparks.
Blueplanet Kickstarter Interview
In the lead up to the new Kickstarter we got to talk to Jeff Barber about his work shaping the New Edition of Blue Planet. The changes, what's staying the same, and what it is for those who've never heard of it before.
Our Shores Interview - Joaquin
This is the last of our trio of interviews celebrating the Our Shores Kickstarter. Today I’m talking to Joaquin a Filipino writer, novelist, serialist, and game designer from the Philippines.
Joaquin along with partner Gio, is working on perhaps my favourite of the 3 tentpole Our Shores projects. Maharlika, a technomystic Science Fantasy mecha RPG inspired by Filipino Mythology. Like of course I'm gonna be hype for that?!
Go check out the Our Shores kickstarter, it's already soaring past it's first funding goal so you know it's great gear. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/sandypuggames/our-shores-an-rpgsea-compilation
Find more from Joaquin at the following links.
Our Shores Interview - Sin and Pam
This is the 2nd of our trio of interviews celebrating the Our Shores Kickstarter. This time we’re talking to Pammu & Sin, two amazing game makers from the philippines. Together they are creating Navathem's End.
Support the Our Shores Kickstarter and help make Navathem's End a reality.
Find more from Pam at these links
Find more from Sin at these links
Our Shores Interview - Sam
We are back with a trio of interviews over the next 3 weeks, diving into the various projects that make up the Our Shores Kickstarter.
This week we’re talking to Sam, a game maker from Malaysia working on Capitalites. A game exploring the messy archetypes and relationships of young people living in the big city.
you can find links to the kickstarter and more below
A fun show playing a diverse array of games
It sets itself apart from other actual play podcasts in the breadth of games played and a williness to explore different stories and settings. It covers one-shot episodes as well as campaigns that wrap up in a dozen or so episodes. There is always a new game and cast so it's easy to jump in.
It's mindful of the stories it tells and the characters it explores which sets it apart from the sometimes brash 'just for a laugh' vibe of some RPG podcasts.
The audio quality can be a little bumpy at times but it makes up for it with passion and heart.
Full disclouse: I have been a player and GM in some episodes