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GM Intrusions - Your Numenera, The Strange & Cypher System podcast - Starwalker Studios

By Lex Starwalker

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Description

GM Intrusions is the podcast devoted to Numenera, The Strange and other games using the Cypher System. This podcast provides insights to players and GMs as well as product reviews for Numenera, The Strange and other Cypher System games.

Customer Reviews

Wonderfully informative

This is a great podcast for those interested in Numenera, the Strange, or the Cypher System.

Lex provides unbiased product reviews, walks through game mechanics, discusses GM'ing issues, and does this all without getting overly technical.

Sound quality is good and the background music fits the theme and is mixed well.

I'm prepping a campaign and have appreciated the tips and tricks shared.

A great resource of Cypher System players

One of the greatest strengths of the Cypher System is the community that has grown up around it. GM Intrusions represents this community as a wonderful podcast for sharing information about the game, related news, and (increasingly) bringing various voice from the community together. I consider this a useful resource as a Cypher System GM.

Excellent resource for GMs

Lex does a terrific favor to the numenera by providing this excellent podcast. It tends to be more focused towards GMs, but players can get a lot of out it as well. I love listening to it when I drive to work—it really gets my mind thinking about some awesome new ideas of what to throw at my players.