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Daniel Solis on Master Plan Live, 9/8/13

The first of the Master Plan Live episodes has finally been scheduled! The talented Daniel Solis will be on to talk about his  card game design and prototyping process, the results of which he’s frequently posted about on his blog. We’ll talk a bit about the process of creating his upcoming game, Belle of the

The Future of Master Plan

At the time of posting this, the Master Plan Kickstarter is at $2590. We’re already funded, so there will be more Master Plan! (In fact, the first new episode dropped last week.) But we’ve still got 32 hours to go and some stretch goals ahead of us. As of right now, you guys have unlocked

Master Plan #55 Released!

Listen to Master Plan #55 here: http://masterplanpodcast.net/2012/07/ep-55/ The first of the basement tape episodes! Ryan recorded a fantastic interview with Luke Crane back in Gen Con 2009, talking about the GM’s & Players’ Turns in Mouse Guard. It turned into a discussion about text design, reader assumptions about RPGs,  media touchstones and their pitfalls, and of

Master Plan and the Inside Scoop

The Master Plan podcast Kickstarter campaign has less than seven days to go — ending on July 10th. There’s a reward there, called the Inside Scoop, at the $25 level: At $25, you’ll have my thanks, the button & sticker, and you’ll be a part of the Inside Scoop during the season, getting exclusive previews

Kickstarting Master Plan!

You remember my old game design podcast, Master Plan? Well, I’m Kickstarting it! “I believe in world where we can all dream big! I believe that the power to create and publish games is in every man, woman, and child! I believe that we all have Master Plans, and I want to help you realize yours!” Hello

Podcasts, Podcasts, Podcasts…

For someone who has supposedly retired from podcasting, I have been a bit prolific lately. But first, some congratulations: Canon Puncture hit episode 100! Woo! The guys over at CP are pretty awesome, and watching them grow into the show they’ve become over the years has been really neat. I wish them the best of