I went to Gamehole Con. Which means I didn’t write an article. So here’s me passing my recap of Gamehole Con off as an article.
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A coversational podcast born from the minds of The Angry GM and Brian "Fiddleback" Casey. Each has been playing RPGs almost since Dungeons & Dragons first came on the scene. Since this is what they have in common, many of their conversations center around the concepts and ideas of D&D and other RPGs. But not always. Often, they digress and, this being the Internet, it only made sense to include some of those digressions in the show. Hence the name.