Episode Twenty – Whisky Tango Foxtrot

Whisky Tango Foxtrot

Ben thinks about Norse Gods having personal responsibility for the days named after them, and how that can’t possibly go wrong.
Tonya imagines “Moon-shining With The Stars”
Craig considers who you call when you find something really strange on a battlefield, and what that call might be.
Kev suggests a pirate radio station in a world of super-heroes & super-villains, trying to make the world a better place.

Oxfam Trailwalker

The Lion Sleeps Tonight / Wimoweh ~ The Tokens
And then there’s the Solomon Linda & the Evening Birds 1939 song, Mbube
Re: Your Brains ~ Jonathan Coulton

NaNoWriMo ~ National Novel Writing Month

Unitarian
Liberal Quaker

Norse Gods
Norse Satyr

Digimon

Office Space

QAGS

The Almighty Johnsons
Westie
Ewen Gilmour
White Trash ~ Steriogram

The Incredibles

The A-Team

Murder on the Dance Floor ~ Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Lackadaisy

Cannonball Run

Leverage – The Roleplaying Game

Hellboy
Delta Green
Fringe
The Laundry
Criminal Minds
The Dresden Files RPG
The X Files

The Day After Ragnarok

Buffy The Vampire Slayer

The Leaphorn & Chee Novels ~ Tony Hillerman

The Kerberos Club

Bletchley Park
Y-Stations

Cthulhu Mythos

Supernatural

Stuffed into the Fridge

Base Raiders

Pirate Radio

Extraordinary Rendition

The Blacklist

Letter To Celestia

Psych

Underground RPG

The Tomorrow People

X-COM

Teenagers From Outer Space RPG
Fiasco
Call Of Cthulhu RPGs

The Gutter Skypes! ~ we, and more specifically Craig, are mentioned in session 125, ” Happy Halloween 2013!” Evil Hat’s “Don’t Rest Your Head”~

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2 thoughts on “Episode Twenty – Whisky Tango Foxtrot

  1. tasche longchamp says:

    Did somebody say puzzles! Well I did when I said puzzles are fun!!!

    • Tonya Tonya says:

      You know, in context of the episode, that makes a lot of sense. Particularly if you are running a Flatpack game, where many of the ways a GM can choose to resolve a conflict involve puzzles. Thanks for the comment!

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