It is the end of 2016 and we take the chance to talk about all of our favorites for the year. Our 2016 Roll With It episode covers all the mediums we normally talk about from books to table top games! So join us as we reflect on the things that we loved this year.
If there is one thing the RFT party likes to do it is to take their mission of structured chaos on a journey through time. This episode they talk about the things they love from history, that they want to love in a whole new way. So come see what historical media mash ups the party can conjure up!
It's feeling like a Saturday morning on this episode of Roll For Topic. We are talking the action cartoons an animes that delighted us. They may not be perfect, but they just hit that sweet spot inside of our brains and hearts that is perfect to us. So take a journey with us into a world of only 2-demensions, heroes, and adventure!
Ah the comedy, the wonderful peace of fiction meant to lift ones spirits and to forget about the troubles of the real world. TV comedies are especially good at this, brightening ones day in a short amount of time. However many of these shows eventually finding themselves doing something meaningful with that captivated audience. Taking on a more serious subject matter to remind you that comedy exists because the opposite does as well. In this RFT we talk the comedy shows that did this in a way, that left a lasting mark on us. So join us for some tears and laughs as we talk about our favorites.
Its time for the Roll For Topic crew's next Side Quest! They dive into their favorite video game consoles. The ones that sparked their love of video games that still burns today. So come walk with us down this digital memory lane!
Its time to make another audio time capsule. This time we want to share with the future our picks to represent the Western genre in media. So of course we end up talking about a plethora of classic Western themed films. We also go into if setting alone is what makes it a Western or not. So grab your six shooters and your boots and ride off into the podcast sunset with us.
What Gothic/Horror Tabletop game has the most Tragic Character.
The days grow colder, and the nights grow longer. As we get closer to that time where things go bump in the night. A fortuitous topic appears from our Table of Structured Chaos! In this episode we talk about the gothic & horror tabletop games that had some of the most tragic characters. Maybe you will be inspired to check some of these out yourself.
Roll With It's
Alan - Football
Joe - The Jungle Book
Randy - Fairy Tail