#13: Kanzume Goddess, A Study In Emerald, Most Practical Weapons for a Zombie Apocalypse, Music news, Who Goes There? by John W. Campbell

Greetings Quester and welcome to episode 13! We look at the deckbuilding game Kanzume Goddess, and A Study In Emerald, a game that combines history with Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos. We look at what the most practical weapons to help you survive a zombie apocalypse would be, and discuss the scifi horror novella Who Goes There? by John W. Campbell, the inspiration for John Carpenter’s The Thing. We also take a look at the music news and review September releases from Steelheart, Martina Edoff and Kee Of Hearts. This episode is also available as an audio podcast from iTunes, Stitcher, and Blubrry, some links below.

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This episode was hosted by Matt, Heather and Richard, and featured narration by Greyskarn The Black, Salicia The Wise Woman, The Assassin and The Herald.

It featured the following songs:
Evil Sword – “Goblin King”
Evil Sword – “Dance All Night”
Astrometrics – “Ram It Up Their Snout”
Eidetic Seeing – “It’s Brick Out”

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