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Today we talk with Savage Jeph, a Magic card nerd, avid make believer both on the gm side and player side and podcast host. You can find his info at
Let’s hear from Jeph!

Savage Jeph

What is your favorite TTRPG?
Pathfinder 1e holds a big space in my heart, I’m also a fan of cyberpunk red and recently got to enjoy fate, but in the end there is something about way too many options that I love about early pathfinder.

What artwork or piece of literature has inspired your TTRPG work?
Dune has been a giant impression on how I world build and the tone I like to gm in.

If you created a TTRPG about anything, what would it be like?
I think it would have too many small Lego pieces, I would want to create more options than are probably needed so people could get really into the weeds

What childhood cartoon would you like to play as a TTRPG?
Dino-Riders for sure!

What do you think is absolutely essential in creating a safe space for all in a TTRPG game?
Listening seems to be big, all the successful tables allow for communication to happen in every direction so people can understand decisions and actions, and also be aware how their decisions and actions are being interpreted.

Thanks, Jeph!

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