Episode 009: Shadowrun Fifth Edition Skills, and Combat

This is Critical Glitch, a Shadowrun Podcast. Episode 009

Your host, Steven A. Tinner, GM to the Stars

Co-Host, The Most Dangerous Man in Gaming – Tim Patrick

 SCAN THIS 01:00

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TELL IT TO THEM STRAIGHT 02:10

Gencon Indianapolis, IN August 15-18 2013

Tacticon Denver, CO August 29 – September 2 2013

Sibcon Butler, PA September 20-23 2013

Con on the Cob Hudson, OH. October 15-17 2013

CritCon Columbus, OH November 2 2013

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 BEHIND THE SCENES 06:10

Section 4 “Skills”  06:10

Section 5 “Combat” 09:40

DEBUGGING 39:00

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6 thoughts on “Episode 009: Shadowrun Fifth Edition Skills, and Combat

  1. 5,000¥ for Johnny Banger’s guitar-picking arm. Bonus if he can’t sing!

    I’d be more… but, seriously – I gotta save some bank to take down whatever evil lurks in Tim’s mind too!

  2. not sure if this is the right place but i can not find a place to ask so i ask here, i think they got a part wrong in Lifestyles on page 373 where you add Lifestyle Options to a place, one of them is Obscure/Difficult to Find where the text says it hard for a lot of people to find it but it says

    “Any Sneaking Skill checks (owner of the property excluded) made in the
    vicinity of the residence are made with a –2 penalty.”

    i have no idea why it would be Sneaking in this case but the Navigation skill fits this a lot better as that to do with finding places.

    • We will be doing a lot of them at Gencon as we are both scheduled to run 24 hours of events and are a bit nutty when it comes to running even more when needed. After Gencon we are going to explore some lets plays we are thinking a scene at a time so we can dissect the mechanics with it and keep it from being too boring.

      • I am looking forward to it. I just ran my first Shadowrun game and it could have gone smoother. I am very interested in listening to how you guys do it. Thanks for your hard work, this novice Shadowrunner appreciates it!

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