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Remember when you were kid, and you ate, drank and slept D&D in the '80s? Well maybe you have been doing that all these years or simply found your way back into the fold of gaming! Join us each episode as we sit around and chat about various D&D games, our experiences and open your eyes to new things in the OSR (Old School Roleplaying)! Want to know about the latest product out from Swords and Wizardry? Labyrinth Lord? Mazes & Perils? or maybe you want to know about something someone wrote, about the original games you loved to play for D&D, Marvel, Star Trek, Star Wars and anything else you can remember. We got it covered! Our main focus is OSR/Fantasy, but from time to time we will dive into other old games that are now considered "dead games". Join the Dead Games Society of Texas as we present to you the very best of OLD SCHOOL BLUES! Have an idea for us! Email us: oldschoolpodcast(at)dgstexas(dot)com

Customer Reviews

Another great OSR podcast.

Again we have a shortage of OSR stuff on ITunes, and this fills that void.

A very good RPG podcast that could be great!

I came to the Old School Blues being a fan of Roll For Initiative which is a great 1E AD&D podcast. What makes OSB my favorite podcast while being focused on OSR games they don't limit themselves to only the OSR. They have broaden to include Palladiums TMNT and other games. I like that they tend to have a rotating host list which allows folks that appreciate the games being discussed to be on the specific show. I've never been a fan of podcasts that will discuss a new game and it's clear that the hosts are unfamiliar with it and sometimes uninterested, or both. OSB has avoided that trap.

The biggest issue with the show is the length. Most episodes are around 30 minutes which, for me, is 30 minutes too short. The episodes tend to not move beyond surface level discussion due to the time limit. If they moved the show to an hour they could include longer segments, deeper discussions, etc.

I really enjoy listening and have already recommended the podcast to my gaming group even though GURPS is criminally under represented.

Fun discussion

The hosts do a fun job of reviewing OSR adventures, including what makes them work or fail. They also discuss how you can modify the adventure to work in a wider campaign. Good job!

Old School Blues Podcast
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  • Category: Other Games
  • Language: English

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