Oh my god, so good.
"I have to say I'm sorry it's got totally out of hand, I have no idea who won the game."
"No, that's ok, we had a great time."
If I link to an interview, you might ignore it. If James Mal links to an interview, you might ignore it. But if we both link to it you know you best listen to that shit.
The history of the hobby didn't just go:
There's some fascinating stuff in-between. Check out how game theory, the US army, and the problem of referee-boredom helped invent RPGs.
Every "new" idea I've ever heard about GMing is tucked away somewhere in this interview.
X-Cards - The *X-Card* emerged from the indie/storygamer side of the hobby maybe ten or so years ago. Originally taking the form of an index card with a simply X dr...