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“Spying, Scrying, I don’t care what you call it. What happens in the Cellar stays in the Cellar.”
Tonight we talk with improv comedian Alan Linic, who recently played Wayne on OneShot RPG’s A Woman with Hollow Eyes, about the intersections of improv, tabletop, and tech — and why Invisible Sun as a system leads to deeply personal character choices. You’ll also meet Talbert Tso, who will be playing Zearonith in my upcoming home game.
We’ll also hear from Rourke Bywater, who created Suns & Circles, a 2-player game which utilzes the Invisible Sun Sooth Deck, and can be either either in- or out-of-world.
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Alan Linic (@alanlinic)
The lovely independent press who sponsored this episode:
Casey Ross (@caseyrawz)
Sound Effects ©2018 BBC
Alan plays (and teaches) for Second City in Chicago.
His podcast, TL;DM, discusses D&D DMing, from both sides of the DM screen.
OneShotRPG recently wrapped season 1 of A Woman with Hollow Eyes, in which Alan played “angry, self-defeating hubris-man” Wayne.
OneShot also produced Dungeon Dome, the pro-wrestling D&D 5E mashup.
Talbert Tso played Weaver Xion Sumisu (Zianillion Luminariste Smith) in my Invisible Sun beta compaign, and will be playing his uncle, Zearonith Illuminix Smith, in our upcoming home game.
Monte Cook Games (@montecookgames)
Invisible Sun is the intellectual property of Monte Cook Games, with whom Zeros.Bar and the Secret Cellar have no affiliation.