In our second annual Halloween one-shot, Adam GMs, and Drew, Robin, and Des try to navigate their shattered shell of a person to the end of the evening in one piece! Featuring a free system called Songs of Myself by Erika Chappell, we aim at horror, but probably hit something closer to gallows comedy? Regardless, we hope you enjoy the ride!
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- As the poet said… “Ready to Die” by Andrew W.K.
- Alternative title for this episode: “I Expect to Regret It.”
- Drew caused Adam to bring up a recording of Bela Lugosi reading “The Tell-Tale Heart” by Edgar Allen Poe, then Des brought up the song “Bela Lugosi’s Dead” by Bauhaus.
- This Rock, Paper, Shotgun article has lots of useful links and context for the Disco Elysium kerfuffle.
- “Vincent Price” by Zombina and the Skeletones!
- Here’s what Wikipedia has to say about Cotard’s delusion, relevant to our hapless protagonist’s plight…
- Maslow’s hierarchy of needs is what Drew’s joke in the dive bar was about.
“Theme of the Dice Punks” and its acoustic version by Drew Messinger-Michaels.
Art by Joanne Spotswood.
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