Episode 001 Shadowrun Then and Now

This is Critical Glitch, a Shadowrun Podcast. Episode 001

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

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

Scan This 01:00

Revisit of Episode 000 Shadowrun Lethality

Dave’s Clubhouse

Game Table Adventures

Cracked out PC concepts

Online game tools such as Skype, Roll20.net, Tabletopforge

Tell it to them Straight 18:40

SRM 04-11: Election Day

Just vote, Weather

Behind the Scenes 22:40

Sacrificial Limb

Disney the birth of Horizon

Heavy Gear by Gearcrack

Nestle matrix data miners

Pushing the Envelope 31:22

Our thoughts on Catalyst Game Labs Shadowrun 2050

 Debugging 47:00

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7 thoughts on “Episode 001 Shadowrun Then and Now

  1. Hi there, just wanted to say I was looking for shadowrun podcast for a while, and oh boy finding you was striking gold.
    any chance you can talk about Cyberware?
    I mean in depth, street ware v.s higher grades, do you allow Alpha at char creation (I dont, you gotta earn shiny chrome chummer!)
    how strictly do you enforce social penalties for over chromed street sammies… etc’
    I love what I heard so far, so keep up the good work 🙂

  2. These are my comment:

    Seriously, you believe that Star Wars only has three movies?? Seriously all 6 are good!

    Also, to the Evil GM : Here is one thing i like to listen to before I run my Shadowrunners in a AAA megacorp, and i beliebe you should listen to it “Let the bodies it the floor”. Let me know how that works out 🙂

    • Are you kidding?! I’m going to be playing that now as they sit down at the bloody table. Psychological warfare, baby!

  3. Seattle 2013: not as much rain as you’d think. during the fall and winter, oh yeah, it’s pretty cool and rainy on a regular occasion. Spring is funky as drek out here, but for the most part in Summer it’s pretty darn clear.
    Seattle Metroplex 2070: go nuts. weather patterns have probably really switched up, what with the Great Ghost Dance, and the ton’s of pollution all over the place.

  4. I’ve been playing online with my gaming crew for awhile now, due at first to one player moving to the opposite coast for school and expanded upon later when I moved away from the group for a new job. I wrote about my experiences here:


    In my post, I mention that we used Skype, but we’ve since switched Google Hangout as its really worked out a lot better with 3 or more participants. It certainly isn’t as good as playing at the table with the whole group, but it sure as heck beats not playing at all!

  5. I think Star Wars “Wash” would be R2D2. Throughout the various movie, he (it?) gets his moments to shine, but his usually a trustworthy companion.

    Probably mentioned in further podcast, but Roll20 was a nice virtual tabletop experience I did on summer of ’13. I agree that a visual cue to see which player is where would have been nice.

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