The adventure continues! An opportunity presents itself for Sweethorn to mark an item off of his To-Do list, but when it comes to matching wits with a gigantic troll, even stalwart bards may shrink from the task. Later, the gang must deal with a malignity of goblins when Mrs. P. steers them astray, and a fearsome sea creature that swam up from the depths! Check it out!
We do a “Tiger King”-inspired Fiasco. Do we really need to say more?
OK, we will. After sending the third person in their throuple to jail, a married couple tries to reinvigorate their failing big cat animal zoo. Even though they pledge to not do the unethical things that got their former husband sent to jail, they soon learn that taking care of big cats costs big money.
Plus, their ex is out of jail and is looking for revenge. And a job at Walmart.
Will they be able to get the money together? Or will they have to resort to horrible (and illegal) business practices? Whatever they do, it’s going to be a fiasco!
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Welcome to the first episode of our quarantine adventure!
A group of odd adventurers living in the Eversummer Wood are hired to a nobleman to escort his son, an aspiring bard who goes by Sweethorn, to the heart of the forest.
This adventure will help harden Sweethorn’s resolve and give him much to write about. And the Eversummer Wood is the safefest place in the world, so it shouldn’t be dangerous, either.
Will this group of adventurers be able to protect their inept charge in order to score their huge payday? Or will Sweethorn’s adventure end prematurely?
Listen to find out!
In this week’s game, the posse comes to a little town under the effects of one of the Sins. They mount up to fix the problem.
But then some figures from the Ranger’s past show up. Shadowy figures with pointy teeth. And with a serious grudge.
Will the Ranger’s past kill them all? Or will the posse be able to overcome the challenge and save the town?
Listen to find out!
In the perfect world run by Lord Omnipitor, everything is perfect. Nobody wants for anything. There are no mutants living in caves outside of the city, and there is definitely not a serial killer on the loose.
But there are those who think there may be problems in Lord Omnipitor’s city. They are housed in a re-education camp, where they toil away until they learn the error of their ways.
How will the prison warden, his robot assistant, a mutant and an exterior designer survive in this twisted, but perfect world? Who knows? But it’s going to be a fiasco.