Splatbook 100

Published 1989.
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Splatbook 100

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Splatbook 100 - Dang, We're Old! (Guest Starring David "Zeb" Cook)

We’ve reached the century mark! Join, DMs Glen, Brian and Cory as they welcome to the show one of the founding fathers of 2e, David “Zeb” Cook! The guys do a little bit of a different show as they take questions from Facebook as well as reading emails, in between asking their own questions about TSR back in the late 80s and the development of the 2nd Edition game. And finally, at the request of an emailer they do a Brainstorm for a Village Festival.

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Congrats on your Centennial, guys!

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