The insanity continues as our brave rocketeers finish a month-long gore spattered deep cover operation disguised as cleaning nuns with a flying car chase. However our team’s unity is threatened as a love pyramid almost turns the three rocketeers into the two rocketeers.
This week James McGhie asked the simple question: “Tiles and minis, yay or nay?”
Roll for initiative! With the hull of the Bargain Hunter busted open and the vacuum of space exposed, the Mynock crew’s going to have to cling tight as they try to escape the dread smuggle Jorj Car’das.
This week PK Sullivan shows off the his Fate creation: The Three Rockteers. Combining swashbuckling with Jetpacks should be exciting enough but we also got John Patrick Coan, Alex Manich, and James Dugan to return and join James in showing off the game.
It’s time for Tryst to finally test his hand at piloting. I’m sure nothing unexpected will crop up on that front. Meanwhile, Bacta attempts to put the jump on Jorj Car’das while Leenik helps himself to a second serving of meatloaf.
Kimimila, Three Heron, Falti, and Juho have stumbled on to an emergence hole. Shivers pour from the earth to poison the land and bring ruin to the remaining humans on the steppe. Only our heroes can stop this, but they must use every resource at their disposal. Up to and including THE POWER OF DANCE.
The Crew gets up to some some capital N Nonsense in this year’s Life Day Holiday Special.
An investigation turns into a desperate bid for survival as the sun starts to set on our mostly well intentioned heroes.
Tryst and Lyn get to the heart of the story arc while Leenik and Bacta come face to face with Jorj Car’das!
This week James is joined by Kat, Jim Hepplewhite, and Brittany Yantos of Geek Bar, to play Ehdrigohr run by its creator Allen Turner. In a post cataclysmic world where the night is ruled by horrors brave souls from the scattered tribes of humanity must band together to face the dark of night. Hilarity ensues.