It was a simple job: Pick up a crate of cargo on Tatooine, take it to Nar Shaddaa, and get paid. What they didn’t expect was that the cargo would be a heavily sedated Krayt dragon, a creature capable of tearing up a crew of ne’er-do-wells and misfits just as easily as a Wookie could rip the arms off a droid. They also didn’t plan on arriving on The Smuggler’s Moon to find their patron’s tower in ruins, and completely deserted to boot. Now, this unlucky crew will have to figure out what happened to their patron so that they can unload their dangerous cargo before it wakes up and tears them to shreds. Can they negotiate the grimy underworld of a lawless moon to learn the truth? Listen to find out!
When a human pilot, a droid mechanic, a Twi’lek bounty hunter and a wookie bodyguard run afoul of a powerful Hutt gangster, they’ll have to keep their wits about them if they want to escape Tatooine alive. A team of relentless Gamorean guards pursue the unlikely allies into a cantina in Mos Shuuta, a small spaceport where, if the four of them are lucky, they can secure transport off-world. The only thing standing in their way is the pesky concept of property ownership–the vessel they need happens to belong to a known slaver. Can they liberate a Corellian freighter from its rightful owner and put some interstellar distance between themselves and the Hutt’s hired killers before it’s too late, or will they end up as tragic casualties of a lawless Outer Rim world? Listen to find out!
Here you go, Rag-NERD-rok fans! Have half an hour of our beloved improv comedy segments, on me! For your listening pleasure, here are all of the cold openers we’ve done since the podcast’s inception, compiled together in one file. Some of the early segments are a bit rough around the edges, but I think they’re all pretty hilarious.
Hope you enjoy!
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Hey folks! Long time no post. Sorry about that. The holidays left with not a lot of free time. And then some other shit happened. But anyways the new year happened and with another year comes new games, movies, and other things to look forward to in 2012. What am I looking forward to? Follow the jump to find out (unless you don’t care, that is).
The VGAs (Video Game Awards) were this week. And to be honest, the winners and losers don’t really matter because the awards don’t really matter. The reason everybody watches the show is because it is basically a huge commercial/ advertisement for video games. So after the break let me show you a couple of video game trailers that caught my eye.