The Classic FASERIP Podcast Volume 1 Issue 3 – Judges Be Judging

Welcome to Issue #3 of the Classic Faserip podcast! In this issue, the crew talks about Creating adventures for judges, sparking your mind with various ideas for how they write up an adventure/mission for a game night of play. Things talked about are from Free-form, linear to basic campaign outline. They explore a few tools they found online (see links below) as they dive head first into Judges be Judging! Check out the adventure seed the came up with.. would be great if someone made an mini mission based off of that! Give us your feedback, write us, call us or tweet us!


Adventure Seed: Spider-Man has gone missing!

The heroes are enlisted to help search for him, before it’s too late…

It’s been 72+ hrs. and no one has heard from the Spider-Man. The Avengers are busy on an out of this world mission to save the planet Earth. Pepper Potts has reached out to you on behalf of Tony Stark because Peter has not checked in with him for an update on some vital information. The GPS tracker last has Peter located in hell’s kitchen New York before the signal went dead. Why was Peter in Hell’s Kitchen?

  • During there investigations, there could sightings of Spider-Man all around town leading the characters on wild goose chases.
  • Various fake spider men around town


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  1. The original yellow (orange?) basic set was one of my first RPGs, I don’t remember if I got it or the 1983 Mentzer D&D Basic Set first, and is still one of my favorites. I think an episode, or even a segment of an episode, on using the game to play other genres like fantasy would be pretty interesting. As soon as I can get the podcast app on my iPhone to stop crashing I’ll leave a review there. Keep up the great work!

  2. When you were talking about Transformers and GI Joe, the original Marvel Transformers comic started off clearly set in the Marvel Universe. Spider-Man, Joe Robertson, Nick Fury, Dum-Dum Duggan, Dazzler, Roxxon, and the Savage Land all turned up (at least in cameo) in various early stories. And one of the human characters (Circuit Breaker) was first introduced in the Secret Wars 2 series. So it’s pretty much certain that that series took place in the Marvel Multiverse.

    GI Joe then gets pulled in from later crossovers with Transformers.

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