Sunday, January 6, 2013

Play on Target RPG Podcast

I have a new project I've been working on for the last several months that I can now reveal, the Play on Target podcast (PLOT). The official first release date is January 15th, but we had a happy coincidence that our first topic matched up with the just starting Play-By-Forum initiative this week at RPG Geek. We have four hosts, including myself. Each of us had listened to some excellent podcasts, but knew we had additional insights and ideas to contribute to the topics. 

I'll quote our press release:

The Play on Target Podcast (PLOT) announces the release of its first episode- “What’s the Deal with Play By Forum Gaming?”. While covering all aspects of tabletop RPGs, Play on Target focuses on a single topic each broadcast. Episodes can be downloaded from or via the geek. Submission to iTunes has been approved (you can search for Play On Target in iTunes, or just click this link. New shows will drop every two weeks, officially beginning on January 15th, 2013.

Play on Target is the brainchild of four veteran rpg gamers: Brian Cooksey (Vaklam), Sam Dillon (lorddillon), Lowell Francis (edige23), and Andrew Goenner (MasterGeek). The four met through RPG Geek and jumped at the idea of a podcast suggested on the forums. While an independent production, Play on Target owes a debt to RPG Geek. This “unofficial” RPG Geek podcast draws on ideas and discussion circulating on the forums there.

In the coming months, Play on Target will cover Campaign Planning, Top Ten Games, Crowdfunding, Horror RPGs, and many others. For more information please check out our website at:

For more information, contact

If you like RPG Gaming podcasts, I hope you'll check it out. We opted to go with a focused approach- taking on a single topic in each episode. Originally we'd planned on two topics, but we ended up with enough significant discussion to stay with one idea per show. The shows average about an hour in length. 

Play on Target Episode Roundup


  1. Eagerly awaiting this, and glad to see that it's now official. Congrats!

    I dig the name and logo, too -- fond memories of that game.

  2. An excellent idea - I look forward to following it.