Unspeakable! Actual Play Podcast Episode 1 – The Last Equation

The Last Equation, by Dennis Detwiller.

"The Last Equation" is a modern-day Call of Cthulhu investigation into insanity and horrifying violence.

Welcome to the Unspeakable! Actual Play podcast.

Unspeakable! Actual Play is available in a separate feed from the main podcast, so listeners can choose whether to get both or just one or the other.

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This first episode features a playtest game run in October 2010 for “The Last Equation,” a Delta Green scenario for Call of Cthulhu written by Dennis Detwiller. “The Last Equation” is now available as a free download thanks to awesome fans who supported its IndieGoGo.com fundraiser.

The game was run by Unspeakable! cohost Ross Payton for our friends at Role Playing Public Radio: Aaron Carsten, Tom Church and Caleb Stokes.

Featured music: “Unstoppable” by The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, courtesy Divine Industries. Copyright 2011. Visit www.thickets.net.

Do you have an Actual Play recording of a game of Delta Green, an Unspeakable Oath scenario, or a game or adventure by Arc Dream Publishing or Pagan Publishing? We’d like to consider it for the Unspeakable! Actual Play podcast! Contact us at www.theunspeakableoath.com.

5 comments for “Unspeakable! Actual Play Podcast Episode 1 – The Last Equation

  1. Sam
    June 14, 2011 at 9:00 pm

    Great AP! Loved the scenario, very cool set-up.

  2. crawlkill
    June 17, 2011 at 10:24 am

    pimpin! RPPR’s CoC APs always fill me with a terrible glee. this makes me wanna start listenin to the full-on podcast, and even should I fail to get around to doing that regularly, you can bet I’ll be back if there’re more APs. can I buy yr publication somewhere around here? oh, yeah, there’s the link up there.

  3. Nekko
    July 20, 2011 at 9:39 pm

    Awesome AP guys. This one just confirms something the movie Pi taught me. Math is evil.

    I used to RP when it was in college but where I am now I don’t know anybody that plays here so you guys give me my fix. Keep up the fine work!

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