(Also WTF is up with the scrappy recording of my voice? I recorded this on my laptop but Scrap is clearer?)
The Wonderful Kererū appears only once in this Podecast but exemplifies the spirit of both participants, a fat, pompous, ridiculous animal snatching a whole twig from the tree of thought, eating a single flower and then throwing the rest away.
0.07 - VotE
2.38 - Weightlifters with no penises
3.37 - Do you want to talk about pre-history? (We do not do this.)
4.36 - I cut a huge amounts of blathering out here.
5.00 - Scraps game.
7.10 - Complexity and depth
9.30 - Scrap has a moment of clarity about the nature of Complexity
11.10 - Where it actually starts to get interesting.
11.50 - The capacity of a post-apocalyptic world to create its own context.
13.10 - A new place to put adventures.
13.45 - "What's his face? The guy who does Udan-Adan? We'll probably never know his real name."
14.15 - Our regular obligatory mention of Zak.
15.50 - Who did invent 'the dungeon as a living thing?
17.28 - A Ghost in my house.
18.30 - The 'blank slate' game world & identity.
20.43 - Eve as the first D&D player, Adam as a Storygamer.
22.28 - Rachel Pollack's 'Unquenchable Fire' I got the name wrong in the podcast.
24.26 - Our other regular segment on colonialism.
26.16 - Mention of Potatoes causes internet to drop out.
28.10 - It's 'Henry Moreton Stanely' and I may well be wrong about Cortez. Have fun with Wikipedia.
31.45 - "You're treating those children like subhumans."
33.41 - Scrap is confused by the moral exchange inherent to Government. Sarah Horrocks would probably agree.
38.15 - "If only one culture has reliable deep-water navigation, that culture is effectively playing D&D with the world."
39.45 - Cowboys on Mars.
41.53 - We expand our mentions of Zak to include his sister? Anyway, X-Men school-style Character Gen.
47.39 - Communicating on a Meta-Level. Maybe our players are friends.
49.15 - MY SPECIAL SETTING!!
51.00 - We cycle back to, or around, different contexts in which to place adventures..
52.00 - The ancient civilization of Dan.
55.09 - The Halfmen of O by Maurice Gee.
56.55 - The Changeover by Margaret Mahy.
58.45 - Does the Conspiracy Theorist have a D&Dish world? No, not really.
60.01 - Pre-apocalyptic D&D
60.03 - Stealing & faking art throughout history.
60.05 - Dirtbag Greys. The Burke & Hare of space.
60.07 - Changes in scale. Insect wars.
60.08 - The Author was 'William Tenn' and the book is Of Men and Monsters.
70.45 - Giants would be very vulnerable, and likely peaceful.
72.55 - The wonderful Kererū or New Zeland Wood Pidgeon. (A bird that flies through the glass in your window is also playing D&D)
76.00 - "Birds would be good D&D characters."
81.00 - Evil Dolphins.