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Purveyors of finest anarchic antipodean actual play podcasts of tabletop roleplaying games, with a diverse range of odd ducks doing the best they can to hold this mad ride together. For lovers of slice of life shenanigans, manically creative adventures and a non-trivial amount of screaming. Find more at liberationindustries.net!
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Now displaying: May, 2017
May 18, 2017

In the debris left by the carnage of the richest packmate's eighteenth birthday party, Crescent Head teen lycanthropes Alex, Ava and Sleeves try to seize the best plan to slay their Beshilu nemesis. Which for Sleeves means restyling her wardrobe, Alex hitting the milk bar, and Ava getting in touch with her other nemesis.

Note: Ava's player had to take a phone call about halfway through this one, so she's absent for a decent chunk of it. She'll be back next episode... I hope...

Werewolf the Forsaken 2nd Edition is a product of Onyx Path Publishing under license from White Wolf Games. Onyx Path do very good work, and come with the Liberation Industries stamp of approval. 

Pic is human-not-kind by Dimitri dF on Flickr, CC A/N$/ND

May 4, 2017

With the aid of shiny new Liberated Industrialist Lee, the Liberation Industries team take our trademark slice-of-life approach to the mean streets of cyberpunk Berlin in our first session of Shadowrun Anarchy! Join Jury the Mechanic, Kristoph the Accountant and Ren the Hotelier as they try and stay one step ahead of the competition, sometimes by bus. 

To sink your teeth into Lee's written works, head to Whimsy and Metaphor. Second season of the Ferryman's Apprentice is live, and its a kicker! 

Shadowrun Anarchy is a product of Catalyst Game labs. Check it out. 

Pic is Shaft Skyward by Conor on Flickr, CC A ND.

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