Episode Twenty – Whisky Tango Foxtrot

Whisky Tango Foxtrot

Ben thinks about Norse Gods having personal responsibility for the days named after them, and how that can’t possibly go wrong.
Tonya imagines “Moon-shining With The Stars”
Craig considers who you call when you find something really strange on a battlefield, and what that call might be.
Kev suggests a pirate radio station in a world of super-heroes & super-villains, trying to make the world a better place.

Oxfam Trailwalker

The Lion Sleeps Tonight / Wimoweh ~ The Tokens
And then there’s the Solomon Linda & the Evening Birds 1939 song, Mbube
Re: Your Brains ~ Jonathan Coulton

NaNoWriMo ~ National Novel Writing Month

Liberal Quaker

Norse Gods
Norse Satyr


Office Space


The Almighty Johnsons
Ewen Gilmour
White Trash ~ Steriogram

The Incredibles

The A-Team

Murder on the Dance Floor ~ Sophie Ellis-Bextor


Cannonball Run

Leverage – The Roleplaying Game

Delta Green
The Laundry
Criminal Minds
The Dresden Files RPG
The X Files

The Day After Ragnarok

Buffy The Vampire Slayer

The Leaphorn & Chee Novels ~ Tony Hillerman

The Kerberos Club

Bletchley Park

Cthulhu Mythos


Stuffed into the Fridge

Base Raiders

Pirate Radio

Extraordinary Rendition

The Blacklist

Letter To Celestia


Underground RPG

The Tomorrow People


Teenagers From Outer Space RPG
Call Of Cthulhu RPGs

The Gutter Skypes! ~ we, and more specifically Craig, are mentioned in session 125, ” Happy Halloween 2013!” Evil Hat’s “Don’t Rest Your Head”~

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2 thoughts on “Episode Twenty – Whisky Tango Foxtrot

  1. tasche longchamp says:

    Did somebody say puzzles! Well I did when I said puzzles are fun!!!

    • Tonya says:

      You know, in context of the episode, that makes a lot of sense. Particularly if you are running a Flatpack game, where many of the ways a GM can choose to resolve a conflict involve puzzles. Thanks for the comment!

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