Welcome to our third AP Review game. Our Patreon backers decided that our next game would be Don’t Rest Your Head by Evil Hat Productions.
- Game Master – James
- Samantha Brown – Katie
- Jacob West – Steve
- Benjamin Stockman – Paul
On the topic of the Patreon, we only gained two Patrons during the 5 months it ran, so I decided to close it down. We weren’t getting anywhere with it, so I knew we wouldn’t hit any of our goals. Huge thank you to the two supporters, it means a lot to us that you cared enough to support us. With an average of 40 downloads an episode through iTunes, it is clear that we are no longer relevant as a podcast. While that does bum me out, I still like making these episodes, so as long as my co-hosts keep coming back, we will continue to make content.
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The Patreon idea, did help to make us want to produce more content, going from once a month release to 2 or 3 releases in a month. It was a good run, but we are going to slow it back down again. Hopefully we can keep up with the two releases a month cycle, so we’ll see how it goes.
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1 thought on “AP Review 03 – Don’t Rest Your Head – Character Creation + Prelude”
So I love don’t rest your head, and I wish I had been paying attention before you started doing this one because I could have suggested one thing that improves the play experience a little bit. There is a convention adventure called The bad Man where you end up playing children in the sleepless city, and it’s set up with a few rules alterations that improve character interaction for a game that is pretty much set up to be played as multiple solo characters doing their own thing. and for all that it’s about a bunch of children running away from the monster in their closet, the bad man is also a slightly less dark game setting. It is still very dark but it’s not your terrible people facing terrible things