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    Welcome to another News from Pnakotus, our own "news and views" podcast from Yog-Sothoth. Join me and Marty as we discuss all manner of games, Lovecraftiana and more, while ensconced in the purple and yellow surroundings of Geek Retreat.


    In this edition of NfP we discuss being "Big in Japan", the perils of altitude, 17th century machinations and small discs (of various sorts) amongst quite a few other things.


    Sit yourself comfortably, plug in your headphones and join us for 50 minutes of Cthulhu-phile chat...


    News from Pnakotus: I.C.E. {Inevitable Cthulhu Expansion}


    NfP is an Advanced Podcast [AAC audio] featuring artwork, chapters and links inside the file – can be quite useful.

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    Marty! I want recommendations on how to get around Europe by train! 

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    Personally I use Loco2.com for booking trains to European cons and have had great service without ever having to deal with Fenalik attacking me or other Horrors at any intermediate stops.

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    When I first saw the title I wondered briefly which one of you had run afoul of US Immigration and Customs Enforcement!


    A bit of useless gaming trivia: Apparently the original white box D&D wan't; the boxes were brown with a faux wood grain. The white boxes were the later reprint published as "the collector's edition" after AD&D had already come out.

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    15 minutes ago, MrTim said:

    ...The white boxes were the later reprint published as "the collector's edition" after AD&D had already come out.


    I love roleplaying history. 😎 I did not know that. Thanks for the info!

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