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I think the most mechanical one I know is Ludology.

I love boardgame in bed, but it is very light and not exactly what you are looking for.

I know the boargame design lab podcast has quite a few good episode that covers specific mechanics.

boardgame.business has nice things on the industry (so everything else that needs to happend to make games).

Mark Rosewater has a good podcast that sometime covers mechanics

Board Game University old episode were good.

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Anybody out there know of any good youtube (or equivalent) channels or podcasts about #boardgame and #ttrpg design?

Like GMTK but for #tabletop games I guess, NOT just reviews, like looking at mechanics and theming and all that good stuff

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there's no difference between knowingly/willingly hosting nazis and being a nazi

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#roleplay #penandpaper

Hmmm, I'm interested in joining a roleplay group for D&D or Zweihander. Is there anyone looking for a player or GM in the fediverse?

@host maybe you know about anything? ;)

#DnD #zweihander

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Anyone want an invite to tabletop.social ?

Slide in my DMs (do read the terms and rules tho).

PS: No Nazi and no terfs etc.

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