The Ordinary Epic - Jordan Stillman and Brandon M. Crose

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It's stories on stories this week as David interviews Jordan Stillman and Brandon M. Crose of The Ordinary Epic. Hear them discuss:

  • How they met
  • Their histories with RPGs, and inspirations for the OE characters
  • Brandon's work on Second Shift, and changes in approach since then
  • Jordan's role as script editor and Season 2 writer
  • How people reveal themselves in RPGs
  • RPGs themselves as an auditory medium
  • Questioning good and evil, race and other game world assumptions

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