Month: September 2016

11.1 – One Flew Over the Cultists’ Nest – Hive Mind Buddies

Episode 1: Back in the summer of 2016, Kuran said he’d like to try DMing/Keeping a scenario and that he had written one of his own. We all made characters but had no idea that rather than battling the forces of evil – we’d actually be joining them! With huge thanks to Battle bards.com Kevin MaCleod at Incompetech FesliyanStudios and Pedar B Heland For their excellent music and sfx

BONUS – Dockside Dogs – After game chat

BONUS – the team sit down to discuss the game and its enigmatic ending

10.3 – Dockside Dogs – I used to be a gangster before I was shot in the knee

Episode 3: This was supposed to be a simple heist. A group of well-dressed criminals arrive at a warehouse to rendezvous after pulling off an extraordinary crime. They know each other only by their pseudonyms – Mister Black, Mister Red, Mister Green, Mister Purple, Mister Beige, Mister Silver, Mister Grey. The plan is simply to sit tight until midnight when someone will arrive to ferry them – and the loot – across the bay to make a final delivery to the boss. Sounds easy, right? But things take a turn for the weird; strange things happen in and around the warehouse. Things which make the criminals doubt the allegiances of the compatriots, their own sanity, and ultimately the very nature of reality. It is going to be a long wait for the ferryman. For this excellent scenario, written by Paul Fricker, we were joined by Kyle Fergussion from Amove.tv and Brocket Vola from Biggest Fan Podcast. With huge thanks to Battle bards.com Kevin MaCleod at Incompetech FesliyanStudios and Pedar B Heland For their excellent music and sfx

10.2 – Dockside Dogs – PvP

Episode two: This was supposed to be a simple heist. A group of well-dressed criminals arrive at a warehouse to rendezvous after pulling off an extraordinary crime. They know each other only by their pseudonyms – Mister Black, Mister Red, Mister Green, Mister Purple, Mister Beige, Mister Silver, Mister Grey. The plan is simply to sit tight until midnight when someone will arrive to ferry them – and the loot – across the bay to make a final delivery to the boss. Sounds easy, right? But things take a turn for the weird; strange things happen in and around the warehouse. Things which make the criminals doubt the allegiances of the compatriots, their own sanity, and ultimately the very nature of reality. It is going to be a long wait for the ferryman. For this excellent scenario, written by Paul Fricker, we were joined by Kyle Fergussion from Amove.tv and Brocket Vola from Biggest Fan Podcast. With huge thanks to Battle bards.com Kevin MaCleod at Incompetech FesliyanStudios and Pedar B Heland For their excellent music and sfx