May 202015
 
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Are you ready for the most awesome, the most intense, the most bone-shattering Rag-NERD-rok Fiasco to date? Well, here it comes, brother! The King and The Duke used to be the tag-team stars of the FUCW, back before the feud that split their promotion into two rival groups. Now, with their separate franchises flagging, the two showrunners decide a merger is necessary, but they only have the funds to keep one of their two rosters on staff. Their star performers, The Prince and The Jester, will do whatever it takes to make the cut. The wild card in this bout-to-end-all-bouts is a former wrestler turned stagehand who works for both promotions, a man who suffered a career-ending injury and now has a score to settle with just about everybody. Five characters will enter the ring, but only one will emerge as the FUCW pro wrestling star of the Dakotas! Find out who gets pinned, who taps out, and who reigns supreme in this week’s Fiasco! (Only $9.95!)

This session of Fiasco was generated using the Blood and Ropes playset by James Gabrielsen AND Maciej Sabat. If you want to listen in on our set-up for this session, you can do so here.

  • Mark Hedden

    I really thought that “the King and the Duke” was going to be a Huckleberry Finn reference.

    • That’s one particular river we didn’t even think to steer our raft down, unfortunately. Alex and I probably could have pulled off a high-brow reference like that, too.

      • Unit Omega

        But would the King and the Duke have pulled off that reference?

        • It’s possible, but The Duke probably would have lost his accent. 😛

  • Sean Craig

    Great stuff I was laughing pretty much the entire time I really liked all the wrestling references made and the Ihop burning stuff was just hilarious on a side note I think the jesters promo was better in my opinion just for the pure crazy factor

    • Chris

      Yes! One vote for me!

  • Unit Omega

    I don’t know hardly shit about Wrestling, but the fact that some of you did integrated very well. Solid Fiasco all around.

    • Nextlevel2

      You’re not the only one q-:
      I agree though, the wrestling additions were fun!

  • crawlkill

    the first appearance of the Affle House in the podcastosphere was in the first game Caleb ran on RPPR, Andrew’s Fortune, and then, yeah, it reappeared in Fandible’s Demon: The Descent game

    podcarchivist

  • Chados

    Great Fiasco.

    I couldn’t choose between the Prince and the Jester’s promo, it’d be like saying which of your children is your favorite.

    I mean, there’s totally a favorite one, but you can’t say it out loud or anything. 😉

  • Rhythm Bastard

    As a fan of grapplesports, this was a BLAST to listen to!

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