Fin(dar)

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James D’Amato, the world’s foremost Kobold advocate, moved to Chicago in 2010 to train at Second City and iO in the art of improvisational comedy. He now uses that education to introduce new people to role-playing, and teach die-hard Grognards new tricks.

3 comments on Episode One Hundred Five

  1. Connorses says:

    Johnny knows the rules to meetings on the Mynock better than he knows the rules to the RPG.

    This was hilarious and brilliant and I’m happy that you guys could bring it some closure before moving on. It… Kind of wrapped up the questions I had about what was going to happen next with this incredibly dysfunctional group??

    These meetings remind me far too strongly of the painful talks we had to go through in school when there was a fight and students were forced to talk it out afterwards. Combine that with being in a small “gifted with factors” (we had some bright kids that also had various disorders they were working through) where everyone is with the same kids all day… It sometimes seems impossible to make progress but setting up rules for the meeting is often the only way to get people to talk about things in a relatively mature way. Except with the crew of the Mynock a lot of the rules are immature which makes it even more painful to try to get anything out of the conversation.

    So basically, I would have loved to solve the problem of finding a place for Tamlin, but not every plot point has to be tied up and the end of a Star Wars movie. If you just end the Stars War there can’t be another sequel! We were never going to see EVERYTHING resolved at the end of the series.

    BUT there is one last thing I would love to know: in those bonus episodes in the secret archive, DO WE GET TO SEE WHAT THE NEW AND IMPROVED MYNOCK LOOKS LIKE? It is eating at my soul almost as much as the other questions. I know this is the kind of reveal you save for the new season of the show (it would be like revealing a new layout of the inside of a Tardis) but I would love to hear about what the Verpine built regardless.

    This show is brilliant. Can’t wait to dive in to the Sky Jacks campaign. May it be just as emotional and gripping and silly as Campaign was. <3

  2. Verd says:

    I’m at work.
    I’m on the 15th hour of my shift.
    I’ve lost track of how much tea I’ve had.
    And now, sitting at my desk… I cry deeply.

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