Anonymous Tabletop Podcast
Most Recent Episodes
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 47. In this time twisted episode, we invite some variants to sit in for some of our missing crew, Mario returns and gets a whisky named after him, and Dev Skypes in only for us to find out exactly how he feels about using the...
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 46. In this long-awaited episode we finally manage to get the Crew back together in the same room, Tim finds a way to hurt himself in the manliest way possible, and Lathan forgets how to podcast while we’ve all been away. Then, we...
In our 5th Annual Halloween episode we learn the hard way that costumes and podcasts don’t mix, Tim forgets who’s responsible for our sweet, sweet podcasting money, and Dave’s pandemic solitude leads him back to Azeroth and an old gaming addiction. Then, we find out...
About the Podcast
From the smoldering ashes that was the Screaming Heretic, a new podcast emerges. Their wish is to create a new society of devoted listeners and spread the word of gaming, movies, and all forms of geekery. Join the chaotic revolution that is Anonymous Tabletop.
Dave – Playing games with street toughs at a very early age to make ends meet, Dave tried his hand at hustling in games of Monopoly. He still has nightmares of those early days.. Yet somehow, while very seldom winning, Dave still remains an avid gamer and willing to play any game you put in front of him. Dave is a huge fan of movies of all kinds but does tend to prefer sci-fi, fantasy and horror. Speaking of horror, he has always had a strange fascination with Halloween. Something about pretending to be something strange and bizarre really resonates with him. Somewhat fitting since he’s been told he’s pretty strange and bizarre the other 364 days of the year. For that reason alone, he’s branched out to cosplay and prop making year round.
Tim – MightyTim is larger than life and twice as pleasurable. Known for grabbing the wheel and steering the conversation off the cliffs of mundanity, through the valley of jocularity, and occasionally all the way into the deep end of Lake WTF. He is a mechanical engineer who owns and operates the 3rd oldest dental instrument factory in the United States. He has a life-long passion for Hot Rods, Muscle Cars, video games, Star Wars, 40K, Fallout, D&D, plastic models, scratch building, kit bashing, the occasional pseudo-recognizable sculpture, gluing himself to himself, and Fruity Girl Drinks (he even brings his own paper umbrellas). Only MightyTim is willing to screw up the space time continuum for a laugh.
Katie – Forced into military school at a young age, Katie quickly earned commendations for poor marksmanship and blind obedience. She retired from the army after an unfortunate friendly fire incident. She went to live in a tree house on a lush moon where she cooked exotic meals for her furry neighbors and sat out under the exploding stars while singing cheerful tribal tunes. Also, don’t get on her bad side..
Jean – Jean aka Jane Doe. My love for board games and table top games started from an early age. We would receive games for Christmas that the whole family could play: Raise the Titanic, Clue, Monopoly, Life, Solar Quest and Hero Quest to name a few. Add to that my love of Jim Henson’s Labyrinth and Fraggle Rock in my formative years and you had a recipe for a geek for life.
Lathan – Torchmaster/Gamer/Comicbook Guy/tech geek I am you average geek. It started with Lego blocks and computers them branched to the rest of geekdome, RPGs, tabletop and board games, Anime. You get the idea. Anyway this is a brief glimpse into a small section of my life. Enjoy the show.
Joe – Crazy evil ex-boss gamer nerd. When not painting mini’s, attending cons, or building the new and improved skynet for world domination Joe enjoys travels, the arts, and spending time with friends. In the past Joe started and ran a 40k/Hobby podcast called Screaming Heretic for a few years. Now he’s just a nerd with a mission…..
Rio – been role playing for 30 plus years either table top, D&D, Shadow Run, Rifts, Star Frontiers and so on. Got into LARP for about 12 years and ran a Region for the Camarilla back in the day. I have only been into War Gaming for 3 years but enjoy all parts of the hobby. Really trying to learn more about painting and modelling. These days I just try to fit my hobby into my busy work schedule so that is about all!
In our 5th Annual Halloween episode we learn the hard way that costumes and podcasts don’t mix, Tim forgets who’s responsible for our sweet, sweet podcasting money, and Dave’s pandemic solitude leads him back to Azeroth and an old gaming addiction.
Then, we find out once again who among the crew deserves the chalice of misery when The Addams Family Feud returns from the dead yet again. Third time’s a charm!
And finally, we plug a truly topical Halloween decoration, Geeky Jean plays favorites, and Celebrity Deathmatch ditches the glasses and milk to find out who’s actually super.
Oh, and don’t forget Tim’s Sack. It’s just scary the things we always seem to find lurking in there.. I’ll be sure to wear some gloves this time.
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 44.
In this shoot from the hip episode we find ourselves still isolated and once again have to Skype in the Crew, Patrick misplaces his moose hat when he sits in for a sick Tim, and Lathan buys some new toys to go with his brand new 3-D printing podcast.
Then, we discuss the perils of pre-ordering the new 40k, Katie turns up the volume on Pat when we talk podcast merchandising, and we prove that you get what you pay for when it comes to the quality of our show.
And finally, Katie starts a virtual garage sale to sell Dave’s stuff, we revisit Star Wars Mad Libs to see if the sequel proves worthy of the original, and we outsource Patrick’s job to Lathan when he finds it too hard to dig into Tim’s Sack. I don’t blame you Patrick, that thing makes me sick just thinking of it…
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 43.
In this tech issue filled episode we still manage to maintain our social distance as we Skype in the Crew, Lathan prints up the perfect mascot for 2020 so far, and we dedicate this recording to a very special little boy.
Then, we discuss different ways to keep track of our listeners, talk chewing gum and questionable children’s toys, and Lathan heads down the rabbit hole yet again when he goes on about his 3D printing.
And finally, Tim tests out his improv chops when he’s put on the spot for an impromptu Tim’s Sack. I’ll give you one guess how that turns out. I bet it’s printworthy.
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 42.
In this episode we try to make the best of a bad situation when Adepticon gets cancelled, Skype in a bunch of friends for the podcast so we don’t feel so bad about drinking alone, and Patrick proves he’s more than prepared when he stands in for an isolating Tim..
Then, we find ourselves suddenly embroiled in a Hawaiian pizza debate, enlist some moose into the Canadian military to keep an eye on the border, and then we share what we’re missing most about missing this year’s Adepticon.
And finally, Shut Up and Take My Money finds out that it looks pretty good in leather, Geeky Jean finds herself stuck in quarantine, and Celebrity Deathmatch turns into an episode of Bill Nye The Science Guy..
Oh, and don’t forget Tim’s Sack. I’m sure it’ll be one to remember.
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 41.
In this episode NASA Luke stops by for a visit and sits in for a sick Lathan, Tim makes a mess when we find he has a bit of drinking problem, and Katie promotes our upcoming Adepticon recording as well as our teenage niece…
Then, Tim tries his hand at creating a new segment in the D-Rail, we once again resort to some horribly bad accents, and then come full circle when we derail the D-Rail and talk about sex shops.
And finally, Shut Up and Take My Money shills to pay the bills, Geeky Jean asks the pros about our cons, and Celebrity Deathmatch gets starry eyed when it pits captain versus captain.
Oh, and don’t forget Tim’s Sack. I’m sure it’s going to be out of this world this time.