Hot off the success of our first podcast, Oddysey and I return with a second. Since we've run out of things to say (Ha! Not!), we're joined this time by James Edward Raggi IV to discuss his newly released (and soon-to-be-sold-out-in-its-first-printing) boxed set, Lamentations of the Flame Princess Weird Fantasy Roleplaying. It was a very fun interview, in large part because Raggi is a great guest.
A few words of warning: James asked us at the beginning of the interview what our language policy was. We told him the truth: we don't have one. So the interview is liberally sprinkled with the occasional four-letter word. We also (briefly) discuss the whole "Spokesmodel of the OSR" thing. So don't say you weren't warned.
Links of interesting stuff we talk about:
The Infamous Spokesmodel Image (WARNING: not safe for your SAN score, forget viewing at work!)
James (have you noticed just how many of us Jameses there are in the OSR) Maliszewski discusses his theories on the different Ages of D&D. And more on the Silver Age in particular.
Elmore and the "you are there" school of fantasy art.
Cynthia Sheppard's art page.
The Patty Duke Show. (No, really, this is a vital part of Raggi's design process. O.o )
In related news, Oddysey has tracked down an option for proper podcast posting, and I'm still trying to figure out how to make it work. (Utter troll fail! D:< ) The plan is to have it properly set up before the next part of the interview is posted.