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Tabletop Twats is a British RPG (pronounced arp-guh) podcast all about tabletop role-playing games. It features two kinds of main episode for your ear-enjoyment.

The Tabletop Twats
In the Tabletop Twats we do in depth reviews of RPG products, discussion, competitions, play reports, and listener discussions and (perhaps ouravourite) we cover the RPG products so weird and gross that no-one else wants to. 
In addition to all of this, it features many features alongside these features, such as; 
-Song Fight: where two hosts make RPG related songs and battle them to the death.
-The chamber of Challenges: The hosts set strange challenges for oneanother.
-Adventure Call: Yes, we know pranks calls are immature, but we do them anyway (and get dominoes pizza to roleplay).
-The game design guys: The hosts design amazing new games right before your eye-ears.
-Into the mind of masters: Exclusive (definitely real) behind the scenes documentary footage of the biggest companies in RPG history as they work and come up with ideas.

The Foreign Beggars Actual Play Series
Lastly the Tabletop Twats has an award winning cinematic actual play series 'The Foreign Beggars' (the award was given, by themselves). 
It's a series of edited actual plays of DCC RPG featuring sound effects, music and has a heavy emphasis on cinematic qualities, whilst keeping our audience in mind.
It features two characters Grimald and Minoc; a Hobbit and a Dwarf respectively, from a mostly human city. Where they have to beg for scraps.
This city is under-educated, stupid about outsiders, and it's residents barely travel 20 feet outside the borders most of the time.
Each episode is self contained, (makes attempts at humour) and shouldn't require much knowledge of the last, and what little you do need to know is explained, very quickly at the start of each.

Bonus Content
Over the time this show has been going, the hosts have been committed to giving you as much content as we can, but have also striven to release as much bonus content as possible. Some Including celebrity guests, some including actual mental breakdowns (see Starkit's prophecy). 

The hosts
Name: Harrison Hunt
Likes: Old School Dungeoneering, Maid RPG
Dislikes: Fuzion, Social interaction
Favourite food: Curry
Bio:
Harrison Is basically the best one, they are so powerful and the other two hosts wish they were them. For real though, Harrison edits the show, so despite their obvious shortcomings as a host, and lack of personality, they are here to stay.

Name: Nikk 'Lambslice' Lambley
Likes: Call of Cthulhu (or anything spooky), Fat Vape Clouds
Dislikes: Shitty Kickstarter Rewards
Favourite food: Ham, cucumber and salad-cream sandwich
Bio:
Nikk is the hipster. Complete with beard, vape, penny farthing bike and solar-powered vinyl player made from drift-wood. However, we can overlook that, because Nikk's enthusiasm and love for the hobby are second to none. (If only his enthusiasm for shutting the fuck up once in a while were so high)

Name: James 'Pumpkin' Clarke
Likes: Pathfinder, killer Genies
Dislikes: Loud eating at the gaming table
Favourite food: Chicken
Bio:
The praise for James as a host since he was brought on mid-way through the show's life has been overwhelmingly positive. Which is really bloody annoying, because if you met him in real life you'd understand that there's a good chance he's a criminal of some kind. James' love for food (mainly chicken) is second only to his love for role-playing games, which is why we have him on this show.

What we do with your donations
Your donations do not go towards hosting fees. Nikk, very kindly, still pays those.
Instead, what we prefer to do, is make sure every penny of the donations go toward making the actual content of the show better. This will usually be in the form of content for reviews, for example 'Testament: Roleplaying in the biblical era' or 'The book of erotic fantasy'. Additionally: we will also spend the money on content for our actual plays: which are still ongoing. For example: all the adventures that have been played in the 'foreign beggars thus far' (and some up-coming bonus actual plays).

In short: the content of this show would be nowhere near as good if it were not for your donations; and we have many many more things coming up thank you to your kind contributions. I will not spoil the surprise, however we will continue to make better and better content as you guys continue to show us your support.


Goals
$75 of $100 per month
Monthly Online Games With Fans
Once we reach this godly tier we will start doing a once a month online game where all the patrons will be invited to play.

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Tabletop Twats is a British RPG (pronounced arp-guh) podcast all about tabletop role-playing games. It features two kinds of main episode for your ear-enjoyment.

The Tabletop Twats
In the Tabletop Twats we do in depth reviews of RPG products, discussion, competitions, play reports, and listener discussions and (perhaps ouravourite) we cover the RPG products so weird and gross that no-one else wants to. 
In addition to all of this, it features many features alongside these features, such as; 
-Song Fight: where two hosts make RPG related songs and battle them to the death.
-The chamber of Challenges: The hosts set strange challenges for oneanother.
-Adventure Call: Yes, we know pranks calls are immature, but we do them anyway (and get dominoes pizza to roleplay).
-The game design guys: The hosts design amazing new games right before your eye-ears.
-Into the mind of masters: Exclusive (definitely real) behind the scenes documentary footage of the biggest companies in RPG history as they work and come up with ideas.

The Foreign Beggars Actual Play Series
Lastly the Tabletop Twats has an award winning cinematic actual play series 'The Foreign Beggars' (the award was given, by themselves). 
It's a series of edited actual plays of DCC RPG featuring sound effects, music and has a heavy emphasis on cinematic qualities, whilst keeping our audience in mind.
It features two characters Grimald and Minoc; a Hobbit and a Dwarf respectively, from a mostly human city. Where they have to beg for scraps.
This city is under-educated, stupid about outsiders, and it's residents barely travel 20 feet outside the borders most of the time.
Each episode is self contained, (makes attempts at humour) and shouldn't require much knowledge of the last, and what little you do need to know is explained, very quickly at the start of each.

Bonus Content
Over the time this show has been going, the hosts have been committed to giving you as much content as we can, but have also striven to release as much bonus content as possible. Some Including celebrity guests, some including actual mental breakdowns (see Starkit's prophecy). 

The hosts
Name: Harrison Hunt
Likes: Old School Dungeoneering, Maid RPG
Dislikes: Fuzion, Social interaction
Favourite food: Curry
Bio:
Harrison Is basically the best one, they are so powerful and the other two hosts wish they were them. For real though, Harrison edits the show, so despite their obvious shortcomings as a host, and lack of personality, they are here to stay.

Name: Nikk 'Lambslice' Lambley
Likes: Call of Cthulhu (or anything spooky), Fat Vape Clouds
Dislikes: Shitty Kickstarter Rewards
Favourite food: Ham, cucumber and salad-cream sandwich
Bio:
Nikk is the hipster. Complete with beard, vape, penny farthing bike and solar-powered vinyl player made from drift-wood. However, we can overlook that, because Nikk's enthusiasm and love for the hobby are second to none. (If only his enthusiasm for shutting the fuck up once in a while were so high)

Name: James 'Pumpkin' Clarke
Likes: Pathfinder, killer Genies
Dislikes: Loud eating at the gaming table
Favourite food: Chicken
Bio:
The praise for James as a host since he was brought on mid-way through the show's life has been overwhelmingly positive. Which is really bloody annoying, because if you met him in real life you'd understand that there's a good chance he's a criminal of some kind. James' love for food (mainly chicken) is second only to his love for role-playing games, which is why we have him on this show.

What we do with your donations
Your donations do not go towards hosting fees. Nikk, very kindly, still pays those.
Instead, what we prefer to do, is make sure every penny of the donations go toward making the actual content of the show better. This will usually be in the form of content for reviews, for example 'Testament: Roleplaying in the biblical era' or 'The book of erotic fantasy'. Additionally: we will also spend the money on content for our actual plays: which are still ongoing. For example: all the adventures that have been played in the 'foreign beggars thus far' (and some up-coming bonus actual plays).

In short: the content of this show would be nowhere near as good if it were not for your donations; and we have many many more things coming up thank you to your kind contributions. I will not spoil the surprise, however we will continue to make better and better content as you guys continue to show us your support.


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