An RPG podcast that does actual plays, reviews, and talks about nerd stuff. We tend to play 5e with an old school aesthetic.
Thulian Echoes Finale and Review
We finish up Thulian Echoes and give our thoughts. Show notes: https://ggnorecast.com/207.
Dear Gary, Can a Vampire Die of Old Age?
GG NO RE answers your RPG questions again, from the technical to the social. Show notes: https://ggnorecast.com/206.
Thulian Echoes Part 1
We start up Thulian Echoes by Zzarchov Kowolski, an innovative and clever module that's easy to slot into most campaigns. Show notes: https://ggnorecast.com/205.
Galaxy Far Away - Ultralite Star Wars
Asa runs a Star Wars game using the Galaxy Far Away ultralite rules from d66 Kobolds. Show notes: https://ggnorecast.com/204.
Cyberpunk Red Jumpstart
Welcome to the dark future. We're playing the quickstart (excuse me, jumpstart) rules for Cyberpunk Red, the newest edition of the Cyberpunk roleplaying game. Keanu Reeves may or may not have guest starred! Show notes: https://ggnorecast.com/203.
Dragonlance Finale in Which We Fight a Dragon
DRAGONS OF DESPAIR comes to its desperate end with a sequence-breaking dragon fight. Show notes: https://ggnorecast.com/202.
In regards to that android
I believe that an android is something that has human LIKE “ emotions” in such that it is programmed to have a close to human intelligence and behavioral’s hey can you communicate my speech and my body language just facial expression and other things, Feel free to read this on the show if you like!
Love this show
Most AP podcasts annoy the hell out of me. These guys are funny and smart and move fast. It feels comfortable like you’re hanging out with them. Highly recommended.
THE best actual-play RPG podcast!
GGNoRe is an "actual play" RPG podcast, meaning the hosts run and play tabletop role playing games and record them.
What sets GGNoRe aside from other actual plays is that it feels real. Nothing is scripted, voice actors aren't hamming it up...it better reflects what it feels to okay an rpg than any podcast, YouTube channel or livestream.
It's entertaining because the DM (dungeon master) , Daniel, is great at what he does, and the players are up for anything. The camaraderie is real and infectious.
But it's not JUSTntertaining. I've learned a ton as a DM and a player thanks to Daniel and company's insights. There's even more to be found on their Patreon site (I'm a proud backer).
What also makes GGNoRe special is the games they play. Yes, there is plenty of D&D 5E, but there's also indie RPGs like Into the Odd, Deep Carbon Observatory and Hot Springs Island as well as homebrew campaigns and systems. They'll open you up to new horizons and always give you an honest opinion.
GGNoRe takes rpgs seriously but not to seriously, and is just the right mix of informative and fun.