Episode 38

by Brian on September 9, 2008

We find time at Pacificon to chat with Ken Hite and Good Omens GM Sean Knittner, and chat about Sean’s My Life with Joker game, Ken’s myriad of projects, impressions of Pacific and Gencon, and more.  Now with less food and more live studio audience!  

Liner Notes

[0:36] Introductions

[6:35] Sean’s “My Life with Joker” game

[18:08] Ken Hite’s GenCon experience

[26:12] Ken Hite / Andy Hopp’s “Where the Deep Ones Are”

[28:07] Ken’s “Tour de Lovecraft”

[32:30] “Out of the Box” returns at IPR

[35:07] Ken’s upcoming Savage Worlds book

[39:08] The Dresden Files rpg

[48:05] Casey Jones is Dead

[50:47] Recent acquisitions

[59:50] We wrap-up the show

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

Sean Nittner September 10, 2008 at 1:14 pm

I know mucking up my last name has become a tradition on 2d6feet, but just for the record, its Nittner, though adding a “K” might help with pronunciation.

Thanks guys, this was a ton of fun to be on the show.

irate squirrel September 11, 2008 at 6:17 pm

I’ve got the pronunciation down now Shaun. 😉

Neil Ford September 13, 2008 at 6:57 am

It’s not in the show notes, what was the name of Sean’s podcast? I know if I try and Google, I’ll only get it wrong and get somewhere I shouldn’t go :)

– Neil.

Brian September 13, 2008 at 7:50 am


Sean and Justin’s new podcast is “Narrative Control”, and can be found at: http://www.narrativecontrol.com/

Neil Ford September 17, 2008 at 4:44 am

Thanks. Off to check it out now.

– Neil.

Paul October 9, 2008 at 7:18 am

I just listened to this episode, so this is a bit late. Ken Hite talked about how he’s writing the Chicago chapter for the Dresden Files RPG, which I think is good–he’s a great writer. Because he didn’t want to get in trouble, he didn’t say that Jim Butcher seems to know next to nothing about Chicago geography. For instance, in one place he talks about the vast parking lots around Wrigley Field–there aren’t any parking lots around the field except for a few small private lots. Since Ken has lived in Chicago for a while, he should be able to get the geography right. I love the city–lived there for 7 years–and am excited to see what Mr, Hite does with it,

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