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Who listens to Campaign, the EotE Actual Play Podcast?

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Campaign is an EotE actual play podcast that features a funny improv group. It is a spin off of the 6 Star Wars episodes of the One Shot podcast(3 d20 epidodes and 3 episodes of EotE).

 

It`s a funny show with great production quality, but don`t expect rules lawyers who play by the book all of the time! Any other fans?

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This is the reason that I wake up on Wednesdays!

 

In all seriousness though, this podcast along with One Shot have made other actual plays unlistenable in comparison.

 

Also, Bacta Basics and What's My Beef have essentially become part of my IRL games.

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Love listening to this podcast.  Sometimes the shenanigans are a bit far fetched and crazy, but there is no doubt they enjoy what they do and get a lot of use out of the FFG dice for everything!

 

So, so many hams.

It's Kanan.

(Love this podcast!)

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Kinda just started.

Listened to episode 1 and half of 2 before I realised that they had played before the campaign podcasts started, and now I'm gonna start listening to the old ones that preceed the campaign ones.

Only thing that irks me, is that it takes place 13 year BBY (before the battle of jaevin as the presenter pronounces it :P )

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I have JUST started listening to this, I am surprised that I missed it and it has taken me sooo long to find it. Currently on episode 9 of 125.... I really should stop and listen to the d20 prequel stuff but I just cant tear myself away....

I must say it is totally brilliant and surprisingly familiar, in the way that people from the other side of the world come up with the same wacky and stupis S**t that my group do and say every week !

I cant get enough of it.

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It's certainly an eye-opener to see (or rather, hear) how long it takes for them to actually grasp the change in rules systems.

I'm up to episode 40 or so, and they're still using "cool" to determine social interaction on occasion... as if cool meant "how cool you are in the eyes of others"...

But overall, it's just a wild ride in a canon-wrecking wild ride which I find immensely amusing :)

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I haven't listened to this one, but 2 i do listen to are: 

Pencils and Parcecs - great role playing, doesnt follow rules exactly.

Dice for brains - great story and story teller.

I have listen to some from the Rollplay channel on you tube. 

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13 hours ago, Stan Fresh said:

Some of the situations and lines they come up with have left me gasping for air from laughing so hard.

It's one of the reasons I don't listen to them very often, to be honest.

I don't like sitting around at home just listening, so that's not going to happen, but I do like listening to audiobooks and such when travelling...

However, since they make me literally laugh out loud quite a lot, I can't really listen to them when using public transport either...

So, it's only when I'm going somewhere by car, which is not very often.

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Have you tried listening to them while doing chores at home? Dusting, doing laundry, etc?

And I sympathize with the public transport thing. I used to be wary of letting out seemingly random laughs, but from the perspective of the other people there it's no different from talking on the phone with someone. So what do I care.

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Public transport is fine, it's when you're trying to listen discretely at work because you're doing some fairly mindless task that you get problems...  

On 02/02/2018 at 2:31 PM, SirSaiCo said:

I really should stop and listen to the d20 prequel stuff but I just cant tear myself away....

The d20 stuff is worth a listen, but it's only considered semi-cannon (or semi-Kanen) with the rest of campaign.  There are things in it that contradict the later plot (for example Lenik was the pilot then).  As a fan of Star wars you're probably used to this sort of thing though.  :rolleyes:

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I never listened to the d20 stuff, and I don't feel I missed anything. Context tells you all you need to know about what happened. And it makes it feel just that bit more like Star Wars to have this off-screen bit of ambiguous action. It's basically the events that would get described in the intro scroll of a movie.

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3 hours ago, Stan Fresh said:

Have you tried listening to them while doing chores at home? Dusting, doing laundry, etc?

And I sympathize with the public transport thing. I used to be wary of letting out seemingly random laughs, but from the perspective of the other people there it's no different from talking on the phone with someone. So what do I care.

Chores?
What's that?

:P

Seriously though, I'm so worn out by my job lately that it's been almost a year since I last vacuumed.
And I do the dishes in like ten minutes and Laundry is just so loud that there's no point in bringing the headphones down there...

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3 hours ago, Stan Fresh said:

I never listened to the d20 stuff, and I don't feel I missed anything. Context tells you all you need to know about what happened. And it makes it feel just that bit more like Star Wars to have this off-screen bit of ambiguous action. It's basically the events that would get described in the intro scroll of a movie.

Very true, there's definitely nothing in them you need, but they are also very funny and enjoyable so if you finish campaign and want some more, then this is where to get it.  Plus there's a bit of extra material on the Secret Archives.  I've just caught up with Side Trip myself.

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