S02E10 Bannister Nicholas
Bannister Nicholas comes to TMAYC with a story of a one-handed sorceror who lives on as an NPC boogeyman.
S02E06 Luke Green
Luke Green has a superhero character to tell us about with a penchant for fan-girling on other supers.
Games Mentioned in this Episode
S02E05 Corey Allison
Corey Allison stops by to tell us about his magic-wielding federal investigator.
Squirrely characters issues fixed
We had some issues with squirrely characters in a JSON file that was causing the RSS for season 1 to break and the Blaine Capatch episode fail to play. Those issues have been fixed.
Blaine should now play fine and all of last season's episodes should return to the RSS and to iTunes soon.
by Steve Keller, 10/31/2016
S02E02 Daniel Bayn
Daniel Bayn joins us to talk about a Cthulhu investigator who goes from Scully to Mulder to Krycek in a single campaign.
Season 2 is here!
Season 2 is done and we're ready to launch into twelve new episodes of favorite characters starting this very Monday. It's our first full season and we couldn't be prouder of it.
But we also need your help. Our options for growing the podcast - both in terms of storage space and monthly cap - are limited. But we want everyone who loves RPGs to listen and take part in TMAYC and that's where you come in.
Please consider sponsoring the podcast through our Patreon campaign. For as little as a buck a month - that's a sponsorship of just fifty cents an episode - you can help us cover our hosting costs and keep the TMAYC archive open and free as we grow larger.
So please consider signing up. $1 a month. $12 a year. It'll really make a difference to the growth of this new podcast.
by Steve Keller, 10/14/2016
We're Putting Together Season 2 Right Now!
We're sending out invites to the folks who've contacted us about being on TMAYC, but we still don't have 12 interviews and we need you!
If you've got a story about a great character you've had, we want to hear it! We've put together a little advice page for interested folks to answer a few questions and offer some advice on your interview.
After you've scanned it, maybe drop by our contact page and throw your name in the hat!
We'll get in touch shortly and arrange a chat.
by Steve Keller, 06/14/2016
S01E06 Raymond Terry
Ray Terry tells us about his favorite character - a Drow thief who suffers the worst kind of indignity at the hands of his GM
• Ray could use a hand - please hop over to his Fundrazr and help him out
• Planescape was created by Dave "Zeb" Cook
• Wikipedia has a good article on DC Heroes by Mayfair Games
S01E05 Arlene Medder
Arlene Medder joins TMACy to tell us about her favorite character - a Star Wars noble with a secret
• A little information about Star Wars d6 by West End Games
• Champions is currently published by DoJ through Hero Games
• Iron Crown is still published by Iron Crown Enterprises
• Wizard's Realm, by Mystic Swamp doesn't have much of a web presence, but you're welcome to try
• Shadowrun on the other hand has dozens of web places, but for this podcast's purposes you want the Shadowrun table top RPG currently published by Catalyst Game Labs and owned by Topps
• Ironclaw is published by Sanguine Games
S01E03 Jaye Foster
Jaye Foster tells TMAYC about his favorite character - a gungan with a hand grenade addiction
S01E02 Kyrinn S. Eis
Kyrinn S. Eis joins TMAYC to tell us about her favorite character - an anime-tinged Gamma World enigma in Greyhawk
S01E01 Alex Roberts
Alex Roberts joins TMAYC to tell us about her favorite character - a 1000 year-old kleptomaniac robot
Tell Me About Your Character begins!
Today's the day! We're taking a risk!
Wait, that's the wrong podcast.
Today's the day we launch the TMAYC web site!
As we wait for iTunes to catch up and a few other features to be worked out, enjoy this short introduction episode to kind of get an idea what the show will be about. We'll be posting weekly, beginning Monday, April 18th, so be sure to subsrcibe through your favorite RSS feed reader or iTunes (when it's ready) or just check back here for weekly episode downloads.
And thanks for checking out TMAYC!
by Steve Keller, 04/14/2016