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Tales from the Loop: Our Friends the Machines & Other Mysteries Reviewed on The Daily Dope for October 4th, 2018

I review the Tales from the Loop adventure supplement Our Friends the Machines & Other Mysteries from Free League Publishing and Modiphius Entertainment. Plus news from GreenBrier Games, Pelgrane Press, Leder Games, DriveThruRPG, Adventure A Week, and more.

05:24 News of the day
24:57 I talk about my plans for running a PBTA fantasy game for the gang and what’s coming up on future episodes of The Daily Dope
37:40 Tales from the Loop: Our Friends the Machines & Other Mysteries reviewed

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Our Friends the Machines & Other Mysteries is a fun adventure supplement for Tales from the Loop, if not necessarily a critical addition to your collection. The Mummy in the Mist is my favorite of the three tales as it incorporates plenty of the beats which made many of our favorite genre movies of the 1980's (or set in the 80's) so great. The supplement is very "sandbox-ish" and some GMs who need everything laid out for them will find many specifics will need to be plotted. The supplement once again drives home the fact Tales from the Loop is best suited for one shot stories or short three or four session long campaigns.
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Jeff McAleer
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Our Friends the Machines & Other Mysteries is a fun adventure supplement for Tales from the Loop if not necessarily a critical addition to your collection. The Mummy in the Mist is my favorite of the three tales as it incorporates many of the beats which made many of our favorite genre movies of the 1980's (or set in the 80's) so great. The supplement is very "sandbox-ish" and some GMs who need everything laid out for them will find many specifics will need to be plotted. The supplement once again drives home the fact Tales from the Loop is best suited for one shot stories or three or four session long campaigns.

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