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After several months, Film Studies finally awakens from its slumber to celebrate Halloween.
As usual, we review this film and discuss ways it could inspire tabletop RPG adventures, characters or practices.
Our academic team is completed by Dany Roth from “Song vs Song” and “Everyday Horror” as well as Helen Gould from The Rusty Quill.
Tabletop RPG settings systems, setting and luminaries mentioned included:
- “Curse of the House of Rookwood” by Nerdy Pup Games
- “Cthulhu Dark” by Graham Walmsley
- “Occam’s Razor” by Stygian Fox Publishing
- “Ten Candles” by Cavalry Games
- “Wraith: The Oblivion” by White Wolf
- “Alice is Missing” by Spenser Starke for Hunters Entertainment
- “Hârn” by Columbia Games Inc.
- “Nephilim” by Chaosium and “Nephilim Légende” boxset by Fabrice Lamidey and Frédéric Weil for Editions Mnemos
- “Fantaji Universal Role-Playing Game” by Anthropos Games
- “Vampire the Masquerade” by Modiphius
- “Paris Gondo – The Life-Saving Magic of Inventorying” by Kalum for The Rolistes
- Samswise Gamegee from Heroes Without Limits
- Mustang author of the Combat Wheelchair who recently participated to “The Rolistes Present… – A Guide for Parents to Dungeons & Dragons and Tabletop Roleplaying“
Our next episode is already recorded!
It will see the return of Bee from “The Broadswords” and Scott from “Lawful & Orderly“. It was such a pleasure to record our episode about Delicatessen. I just HAD to record an episode again with them
This time, we will cover “Black Cat, White Cat” directed by Emir Kusturica.
Let us know, ahead of the recording, if this movie inspired you some tabletop RPG adventures.
Maybe we will discuss your contribution on the show.
RPG Academy Film Studies by Kalum is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.