Hello, and welcome to a very special episode of I Am Hear, celebrating International Podcast Month. I’m your host, Ryan Boelter, and I’m from the show Character Creation Cast.
Podcasters from around the RPG community have banded together to create a series of one-shot games for International Podcasting Month to promote diverse and inclusive gaming and to celebrate the hard work we do as podcasters.
Today’s game is All Outta Elder Signs which is a hack that I made of All Outta Bubblegum, originally created by Michael Sullivan and Jeffrey Grant. Joined with me for the game are Therin from Roll Like a Girl, Laura from Fate and the Fablemaidens, Dani from Tales of Blood and Stone, and Megan from Tabletop Potluck.
Today’s game, like most All Outta Bubblegum games, is mostly a comedy, but it does feature some horror themes, descriptions of gore, creepy crawlies, hauntings, and giant eldritch horrors from the Cthulhu mythos. It also involves a whole lot of kicking butt. Just wanted to give you fair warning before we dived right into this. Will all of that out of the way, on with the show. Enjoy!
Cast and Podcasts
Ryan Boelter - GM - @lordneptune
Character Creation Cast: @CreationCast
- Patreon: https://patreon.com/oneshotpodcast
Side Heroes: @SideHeroesPod
- Patreon: https://patreon.com/RyanBoelter
Therin Stapp - @explosiverunes
Roll Like a Girl: @rolllikeagirl
Laura Hutton - @huttonbutton14
Fate and the Fablemaidens: @FateFMCast
- Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/FateFMCast
Dani Neary - @imperialscum
Tales of Blood and Stone: @tobaspod
Megan Sharlau - @tabletop_megan
Tabletop Potluck: @TabletopPotluck
Editing and sound design was done by Ryan Boelter. Sound effects were used under a creative commons license from https://freesound.org/. Music was used with a creative commons license from https://freemusicarchive.org/. All Outta Bubblegum is a free game created by Michael Sullivan and Jeffrey Grant. All Outta Elder Signs is a hack of this game created by Ryan Boelter. Depictions of specific individuals and AcadeCon itself are entirely exaggerated for the purposes of entertainment.