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hpr2437 :: Interface Zero Play-through Part 3

Klaatu, Lobath, and Thaj play the Interface Zero RPG

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Hosted by Klaatu on Tuesday 2017-12-05 is flagged as Explicit and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: Interface Zero,cyberpunk,rpg,game.

Listen in ogg, spx, or mp3 format. | Comments (4)

Part of the series: Tabletop Gaming

In this series, initiated by klaatu, analog games of various sorts are described and reviewed. See for details.

Klaatu, Lobath, and Thaj continue their play-through of the Interface Zero RPG, using the Job InSecurity adventure.

Lyphrygerator composed by William Kenlon, used with permission.

All other music by Klaatu.

Some sounds from used for texture. Obligatory credits will appear in final episode.

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Comment #1 posted on 2017-12-05T08:02:05Z by Ken Fallon


What the bananas ???

Not again with the 'let's stop there'

This is hpr "there is no limit on how long a show can be ..."

Comment #2 posted on 2017-12-05T08:02:35Z by Ken Fallon

Ignore him

Keep sending in loads of shows !

Comment #3 posted on 2017-12-05T22:42:25Z by jrullo

Is there a link for the free guide you mentioned.

I was listening to the show and you talked about a free guide. I was expecting a link in the notes. Where would I find that, it sounds useful.

Comment #4 posted on 2017-12-08T22:26:54Z by Klaatu

Free guide

Jrullo, I'm not sure which free guide we were talking about, but there are two that come to mind:

1. A voucher for a free copy of Pathfinder rules, which I was offering as a special HPR promotion. As of this writing, I've given them all out, so the giveaway is over! All is not lost, however...

2. Pathfinder is published under the Open Gaming License, so the rules are online for free. The official reference document for Pathfinder is here:

There's another one, which has a different interface and integrates more third party stuff, here:

If anyone reading this comment is brand new to RPG, though, I do highly recommend a Beginner set for either D&D or Pathfinder, because the beginner sets make character creation really easy, and they use a reduced set of rules, and just generally help you ease in. You should be able to find a beginner box at your local game store or at an online book seller. It's worth it, I promise.

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