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Contents of "Angry Nerds" (#202) — PDF edition

This PDF features color KoDT strips and color throughout. It is also tablet optimized with embedded links (not only internal to the document but also to external links and references made in the articles).

About The Cover

George Vrbanic has illustrated more KODT covers than any other artist and for good reason. He’s a favorite among fans and is the one who is requested by name most often. This month, George spoofs the popular smartphone game.

The Strips

• Delay of Game
The Knights give B.A. grief about his priorities
• Who Do You Trust?
The gang volunteers to run Dave's character while he's away
• Tow the Line
The Knights are in for the drive of their lives in Dave's Hacknoia game
• Crossing the Line
Sara surprises the guys with her tactics
• Fall Back
The gang throws a monkey wrench in Dave's Hacknoia plans
• Drop Out
Dave's game hits the skids as players come up missing
• Food Fight
Special charity strip
• One-Two Punches

Special Features

The Newbie Olympics

Playing an RPG for the first time and dying before you have a chance to grasp the mechanics can be off putting to many neophytes. This article looks at some ways to ensure those new players come back.
— by Julian Franklin

Teron: Den of Thieves CORE

Fast and simple LARP rules you can play on the fly at any convention or social gathering.
— by Benjamin Pierce

KoDT Interviews:
Kevin Sorbo


Our very own Barbara Blackburn corners
Hercules himself for an interview.


Regular Columns

  • Gamers Pulpit Who Killed the FLGS? by Derek Kagermann
  • Tales from the Table
  • Web Scryer: Emptying Out the Junk Drawer by Ken Newquist

GameMaster's Workshop

  • Aldrazar Rogue’s Gallery Olms by Barb Blackburn
  • All Things Magic Alarm Stones by Barb Blackburn
  • Deadly Trappings Gear Vault by J.L. Duncan
  • Bait and Tackle Adventure hooks on the fly

      Reviews

      • Lost Game Safari: Temple of the Beastmen by Andy Miller
      • The “Indy” Game Scene: Abnormal explored by Ashok Desai
      • Off the Shelf: Edison’s Conquest of Mars by Noah Chinn
      • Brian's Picks: Dungeon Romp, Set Cubed, A First Survey: Science, Fiction Hobby Games

      Departments

      • Cries from the Attic: Editorial of a Madman "The Reason I Game"
      • Table Talk: Our Readers Talk Back
      • Weird Pete's Bulletin Board
      • Back Room at the Games Pit
      • Parting Shots

      Other Toons

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      • Unnamed cartoons by Noah Chinn • Indy Bill • Jolly Blackburn • Kurt Wilcken • Ivy Lomax

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