Save or Die Podcast # 14: Big Bad… Medusa!


This week Vince & Glen are joined by Julie and Chrispy as they chat up different styles of the “Big Bad” in your campaign, then jump into a possible Big Bad and talk Medusa’s! The Adventure wraps up with the crew talking about their thoughts of the ’80s movie Mazes and Monsters starring Tom Hanks. Check it out! Voicemail 570-290-7283 Email SaveorDiePodcast(at)gmail.com

7 comments on “Save or Die Podcast # 14: Big Bad… Medusa!”

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  2. Thorkie

    Rona Jaffe’s Mazes and Monsters was a piece of crap. Rather than attempt to make a story based on actual college students playing D&D at the time and how it fit into their lives, she cashed in on the missing texas kid ( that was all a hoax anyway)and the Jack Chick movement to make America pure!

    I’m more upset that y’all spent so much time discussing that, and not on Julie’s “adult dungeons” hehehe.

    Please, next movie you review, let it be Dragonslayer.

  3. Andrew

    Can you put up a link to that blog Crispy mentioned at the beginning of the podcast, please?

  4. Levanon

    The Philotomy site is really cool. Of course, I don’t agree with everything on it, but there’s an incredible amount of stuff there to peruse and it’s all food for thought. I’d never noticed the campaign log before, I’ll have to check it out.

  5. mothshade

    Minor complaint: I wish whoever keeps hitting the microphone would stop.

    I saw Mazes and Monsters when it debuted on TV. I was a gamer at the time. I recall thinking the way they played the game with the big figures was kind of cool. I recall thinking the film was terrible and ridiculously biased.

    Oh yes – John Coyne’s Hobgoblin. Brian Boru lives!
    I remember reading that book and thinking Hobgoblin seemed like a neat game. 🙂

    A few things to consider about gorgons:

    1. Golden wings.
    2. Brass claws.
    3. Tusks.
    4. Stheno and Euryale supposedly did not petrify others.
    5. Blood: Taken from the right side brings the dead to life and from the left is deadly poison.

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