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In 2006 Ron Blessing and Kainan Jarrette started The Game’s the Thing, a podcast that featured mostly board game reviews. Over time Kainan left the podcast, paving the way for Ron’s wife, Veronica, to join the show, and the podcast morphed into an interview show about roleplaying games.

In early 2012, Ron and Veronica thought they left TGTT behind when they ended the show.

The veteran podcasters have returned with new ideas about what TGTT means to them. It’s no longer just a podcast—the Blessings have much more to say than they can fit into 45-60 minutes. It’s also a blog, featuring their thoughts on tabletop games of all stripes, and those of many of their friends.

The podcast releases at least once a month and features interviews, reviews, and roundtable discussions. The blog posts could be anything related to tabletop games. In a typical week, there will be three blog posts—one each by Veronica and Ron, and one from a guest blogger. These will occur Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

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