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Best Utility Muffin Labs podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Utility Muffin Labs podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Nerd Words Podcast is a weekly sit-down conversation about all things nerdy. From video games, movies, and table-top RPG games (especially Vampire: the Masquerade and other White Wolf Games), nothing is off limits. Highly opinionated and often ill-informed, we provide consistently adequate podcasts.
 
A weekly review of the Vampire: The Masquerade releases over the last 25 years. Bob and Nathan review the Classic World of Darkness books for White Wolf Publishing's game, Vampire: the Masquerade, in chronological order. They combine their passion for the game with a dose of deep knowledge to help you decide which books to buy and which books to skip. VTM25 is the premiere Vampire: the Masquerade podcast!
 
When two people come together, be it as friends, lovers or family, we all have different things we find enjoyment in. Often times, these things that bring us joy can keep us separate as well. In the spirit on inclusiveness, Rachel and Nate share their pop-culture interests and discuss them in a podcast format for your enjoyment! Hopefully, we’ll all come away with a better understanding of both the THINGS and the PEOPLE we love!
 
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n this episode, we jump back into a little conversation about Demon: the Fallen, a tabletop RPG by White Wolf studios. Additionally, we talk about our Shadowrun games and experiences running the game. Finally, we talk about running games in general, as well as difficulty with players. Buy one of our shirts in February, 2020 to be entered to win a n…
 
This week, we review Iberia by Night, a sourcebook for Vampire: the Dark Ages. A land of constant turmoil and bloodshed, Medieval Spain and all the people are covered in great detail. Additionally, the Reconquista, princes and sultans, and the shadowy Amici Noctis, and more can be found within. Iberia By Night was written by Michael Butler, Richard…
 
In this episode, we review the 1981 animated anthology Sc-Fi Fantasy film, Heavy Metal. Heavy Metal was directed by Gerald Potterton, produced by Ivan Reitman and Leonard Mogel, and starring the voices of John Candy, Eugene Levy, and Harold Ramis. We also review Spirited Away, a 2001 Japanese animated fantasy film written and directed by Hayao Miya…
 
This week, we review the 2001 release, Bitter Crusade. This Chronicle brings the Dark Ages game forward to 1197 to 1204 and focuses on three stories that parallel the 4th Crusade. As Christians venture forward towards the Holy Land, Bitter Crusade takes your coterie of vampires into the heart of the holy war. This book offers updates on both Venice…
 
Welcome back to New Moon Rising! We’re just a TINY bit late posting this, but here it is. In this episode, our intrepid anarch gang try to recuperate the losses from previous nights. They wander into a strange nightclub and reveal they aren’t alone. Tempers flair and beasts reveal themselves. Felix shows his true depravity. Finally, the shadows coa…
 
n this episode, we review the New Blood Starter Pack for Vampire: the Masquerade fifth edition. Also, we talk about rambling, make passive/aggressive jokes, and talk about negativity in hobbies. We discuss switching things up to keep it interesting and Nate makes many references to the Shadowrun sixth edition Beginner Box. All things considered, it…
 
This week, we are joined by Thomas from Flyos Games to talk about the Kickstarter - which is NOW live - for the upcoming game, Vampire: the Masquerade Chapters! Thomas talks about all the cool, unique, and now revealed treats included in the campaign. Check out the link below to back the Kickstarter and help our show! https://www.kickstarter.com/pr…
 
Round three of our Las Vegas trip brings us to Cheeseburger Day! Formerly known as hamburger day, we got to 5 of the most popular burger chains to settle once and for all which place has the best meal. We don’t suspect you’ll share our opinions, even if they are utterly definitive and utterly indisputable. In this podcast, we try Whataburger, In-N-…
 
Welcome everyone to another episode! This week, we take some time to talk to Matthew Dawkins about the upcoming book for Vampire: the Masquerade, Cults of the Blood Gods. We also chat about Chicago by Night, get mercilessly quizzed on the Malkavian clan (Spoiler: we know embarrassingly little about the clan), and chat about what’s next for V5. Cult…
 
Veil of Night is a sourcebook for Vampire: the Dark Ages that provides a detailed history of the Middle East during the Dark Ages. We dig deep into the material this week to talk about how the Muslim world intersects with the World of Darkness, as well as the origins of the Ashirra, the Banu Haquim, and more modern lore of Vampire: the Masquerade. …
 
Dang, y’all! We got super busy and I never got this podcast up. Sorry about that! Anyways, we’re back to talk about part two of our Vegas trip, and what a trip it was! So, we ate all over the place and did so many cool things, it’s hard to pinpoint specific things to focus on. We recorded this and a third episode while in Las Vegas and we intended …
 
Welcome back, Cainites! We’re Sliding back into the Dark Ages review cycle this week and looking at Libellus Sanguinis 4: Thieves in the Night. First, we address some of the feedback we received from our Chicago by Night review and give some nods to folks we forgot last week. This edition of Libelus Sanguinis gives a complete look at three more of …
 
Welp, we’re back from holiday full of colds and cough drops to bring you a new review! We figured, in honor of 2020, the New Year, yada yada, and etc., we’d dive into a review of the upcoming Chicago by Night 5th edition coming soon from Onyx Path Publishing. The Chicago by Night project was launched on Kickstarter back on October 30th of 2018 and …
 
Welcome once again to our holiday special edition bonanza extravaganza! In this episode, we talk about creating and playing believable and unique NPC characters. Characterization for an entire game can be difficult and overwhelming, but also one of the most rewarding aspects of storytelling. There are TONS of resources out there for creating charac…
 
In this episode of Teach Me How!, Nate and Bob talk about strategies and processes for running a meaningful feeding scene in Vampire: the Masquerade. While any of the ideas and concepts we speak about in this podcast can (and do) apply to V5, we don’t explicitly talk about the feeding styles found in the updated game. Sorry. At the time of this rec…
 
Hey everyone! I come to you from our holiday break to bring you another episode of New Moon Rising! We will be back with our regular Dark Ages reviews (and maybe some special guests) on January 10th, 2020. In the meantime, we hope you like our Teach Me How episodes. Anyways, this is New Moon Rising - an actual-play podcast! In this episode, our int…
 
Welcome the episode three of the “Teach Me How!” podcast. In this episode, Bob and Nate talk about HOW to play an elder. From inception to application, we give you strategies and books that you'll be able to utilize for portraying an elder. An elder, for the uninitiated, is any vampire who has seen three or more centuries of unlife in the Vampire: …
 
Welcome to episode two of the “Teach Me How!” podcast. In this episode, we try make sense of the madness that is the Camarilla and make a serious effort to distill it into a somewhat easy-to-follow podcast. Thank you for your continued support! Feel free to leave comments with ideas for other Teach Me How episodes we could explore in the future. Be…
 
Welcome back! We’re joining you from the road to talk about our December trip to Las Vegas! We’re currently living in Las Vegas, Nevada until the new year, 2020. In this episode, we talk a little bit about our four day road trip from Indianapolis to Vegas. Along the way, we drove through a bunch of states, ate at some crap restaurants, and drove in…
 
Hello all! Thanks for sticking with us over the long holiday. This week, we bring you a very special episode of our Teach Me How! podcast. These podcasts were created especially for our Patreon backers and it’s our attempt at giving back some our knowledge and experience to the community! Now, here they are for you, for the holidays! Word of warnin…
 
Happy Thanksgiving (or black Friday :p) to our American listeners, and happy just another day to everyone else in the world! In this episode, we bring you our final review of the year. We open the dusty tomes and climb high into the eldritch mountains to explore a twisted and treacherous cabal of vampires who stole their immortality from the ancien…
 
In this episode, we take a look at the Vampire: the Dark Ages sourcebook, “Wind From the East.” This book explores the Mongols of the Golden Horde, and the Cainites places within it. It covers the entire period of Mongol expansion into the west, the Wan Kuei of the Black Tortoise Court, two new bloodlines, and much more. This book was written by Ja…
 
Welcome to Episode 8 of New Moon Rising. In this episode, we return to Phyl, Audrey, Elliot and Felix as they dig deeper into the mysteries of Gary and the Anarchs. As day turns to night once again, the gang finds out there's been another attack on an allied anarch coterie. The hunt for information leads them to a mysterious Nosferatu who calls him…
 
Sorry we’re a little late on this one. Bob and Nate return to have a chat pretty much exclusively about our experiences with the diabolical sect of vampires called, “The Sabbat.” We talk about some of the issues we’ve had, we’ve seen others have, and how we’ve worked them out or gotten around them. Shout out to all the folks having fun this weekend…
 
This week, we root through our back of goodies for a review of The Ashen Thief. This supplement takes a look at those Cainites who use deception, thievery, and murder to get what they want in the Dark Medieval world. Additionally, It also takes a deeper look at the subtle Promethean movement and the violent Furores: two sects seeking to overthrow t…
 
Oh man, this week we return with a poorly executed review of World of Darkness: Blood and Silk. What we thought was a book for Vampire: the Dark Ages turns out to be a book for Kindred of the East. Because of the implication, we now provide you with this sort-of first attempt at a review! Blood and Silk is actually a supplement that brings Kindred …
 
We’re back after a week of illness and overall bleh to bring you our rundown and review of The Ashen Knight. This sourcebook explores chivalrous orders in Dark Medieval Europe, including knightly orders such as the Templars. This book is your complete source for all things knightly for Vampire: The Dark Ages. We will be back Friday, November 8th wi…
 
Hello, everyone! Thanks for sticking with us while we got this episode recorded. No video this episode, so sorry about that. We will upload the podcast to YouTube though, in case that’s where you want to listen. In this episode, we celebrate our season 2 finale by having a conversation with our friends, Chance and Krista. If you’ve ever listened to…
 
In this episode, we review the third book of the Libellus Sanguinis series. This book details clans Gangrel, Assamite, and Followers of Set from the perspective of the Dark Ages setting. In the Dark Medieval World of Darkness, the Gangrel, the Assamites, and the Followers of Set are considered strange, dangerous outsiders to the (mostly) Christian …
 
Welcome! We’re back with another Vampire: the Dark Ages review. This week, we explore The Erciyes Fragments. Meant to be an in-game prop, the Fragments tell an alternative perspective on the book of Nod: Potentially that of Caine’s himself. This beautifully written book of Noddist Prophesy will be a welcome addition to any vampire game, past or pre…
 
In this episode, we review two Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio films. First, we discuss the 2004 film, “The Aviator.” Next, we discuss the 2013 film, “The Wolf of Wall Street.” The Aviator is based on the 1993 non-fiction book Howard Hughes: The Secret Life by Charles Higham. The film depicts the life of Howard Hughes, an aviation pioneer and…
 
Hello all! We are back with another review for your listening pleasure! This week, we take a deep dive into Fountains of Bright Crimson, a story for Vampire: the Dark Ages. FoBC explores the madness that lies just below the surface of Jerusalem in the wake of the Weeks of Blood. This supplement is intended to be a standalone story for your Vampire:…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Klara Horskjær Herbøl and Matthew Dawkins to talk about the new actual Play podcast by Red Moon Roleplaying, Chicago by Night, The Sacrifice. We chat about V5, Lasombra, contributing to the meta plot of our favorite games, the ups and downs of podcasting and storytelling and a bunch more. Klara Horskjær Herbøl is a…
 
in this episode of New Moon Rising, we are finally introduced to Venture Anarch, Jamie. This young Ventrue faces a unique struggle existing around Chicago. This evening, Jamie finds a strange guest waiting for him when he rises for the evening and an invitation he has no choice but to accept. How will clan and tradition impact the Anarchs of Chicag…
 
Their founder has been murdered and the clan has now scattered to the four winds. They are hunted by a cabal of usurpers and betrayed at every turn. Through every hardship, they seek unity and peace between spirit and beast. The tale of the Salubri is one of hardship, betrayal and purpose. Join us as we explore the hidden secrets of Saulot’s brood,…
 
In this episode of Playing Hooky, we review and discuss the 1987 Stanley Kubrick film, Full Metal Jacket. We also review the Anime, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood is an anime series adapted from the Fullmetal Alchemist manga by Hiromu Arakawa. Produced by Bones, the series is directed by Yasuhiro Irie and written…
 
The Cainite Heresy spread corruption and blasphemy like slowly growing roots through the Dark Medieval church. Was the ultimate goal salvation or destruction? Did their Gehenna ever come? In this episode, we review the 1999 release, Cainite Heresy, published by Black Dog Game Factory. This title details the twisted nature of the Cainite Heresy, the…
 
This week, we review Wolves of the Sea. This sourcebook for Vampire: the Dark Ages explores the Nordic, Viking, and Einherjar culture. Additionally, it introduces new vampiric ideals, abilities, backgrounds, systems, roads and more. From White Wolf Wiki: From out of the north they come, relics of centuries past but deadlier than anything that has e…
 
We’re back to Dark Ages this week with our review of the city sourcebook, Jerusalem by Night. At the crossroads between good and evil, where the crusades meet their violent conclusion, you have Jerusalem. An ancient, holy city cherished and coveted by the three major religions of the world, Jerusalem can never be possessed by anyone - kine or caini…
 
In this episode, we sit down with Thomas Filippi of Flyos Games to talk about the upcoming storytelling board game, Vampire: the Masquerade Chapters. We dig into the story elements of Vampire: the Masquerade, going from fan to creator, and what goes in to the development of a game set in the World of Darkness. Vampire: The Masquerade – CHAPTERS is …
 
In this episode we review some of the new games we purchased at Gen Con, discuss the rules, ease of play, and some of the crap decisions we may have made in the process. GWAR vs. Time is a deck-building game. Players will build decks featuring their favorite GWAR characters, items, and locations, as well as their enemies, from throughout the band’s…
 
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