I am a Larp organizer in Kyoto and have been running one-shots for my local community. In a dense city, having to balance two languages (for locals and ex-pats), it can be quite difficult to design games. The way the two hosts bounce ideas off of one another and allow the arc of their creation to ebb and flow naturally bespeaks to their craft. They know how to make a good game; for more, the way the hosts show the process in granular focus is heartening. The podcast is like a pat on the back every few weeks, saying "It's okay. This will take time, but it will be all better for it". Thank you so much for what you are doing guys! Wonderful show.Read full review »
sandwich turtle via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/24/19
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