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By Christopher M. Sniezak

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Description

A gaming and geekery podcast network which covers Tabletop and video games in an effort to entertain and inform our listeners.

Customer Reviews

A solid new RPG podcast.

This is good stuff, Mark & Chris have some excellent banter, but know when to stay on the subject. The show emphasises adventure & campaign for the casual gamer. Theres a lot of solid advice and experience that these guys share that you can take home to your own game. They also cover a lof of aspects the gaming community (conventions and things). Keep it up!

Excellent show on games

Misdirected Mark is still getting its legs, but you can tell the hosts are expert game masters and are passionate about the topic. The latest episode saw the transition to a few format where they "stay on target" and provide excellent advice on running an RPG campaign and give interesting news on the world of tabletop games.

Both informative and hilarious

This program is a treasure in the rough for RPGs discussions. It's beyond cheesy with the prepared bits, but more than makes up for it with the actual discussions. Both hosts are heavy vets (and you can interpret that, however you like) in roleplaying and it shows.

Chris 'the light' Sniezak is by far the most entertaining member if you don't take him seriously with every statement he makes. I'm not sure if he is aware of this, but he is a massive jerk when it comes to getting his point across and it makes me laugh at how rediculous his efforts are in doing so. I'm often facepalming every recording saying, "I can't believe he is really saying that!"

The other host, Mark, is the true balancer of reason. He is very considerate in how he talks on the podcast and tolerates a lot in order to have a productive discussion.

While chaotic and absurd, their friendship clearly comes across and shows they are the perfect match for this style of show. I always look forward to their program because quite frankly, it's insanely profound.

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  • Category: Other Games
  • Language: English

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