In space adventure wits around every corner. It is up to the brave men and women of the Cosmic Patrol to keep our solar system save for Space freedom, Space Democracy, and Space Capitalism.
The Mynock crew sets down on Mandalore, and pretty much just shops. That’s practically the entire episode.
Our adventures with the consortium continue with the journeys of the Centaur. To help us with this we brought the crew from the Improvised Star Trek Podcast on board.
The Mynock arrives at Vanquo, ready to set down, steal some ID tags, and research the kark out of some soil. But first, clipboard in hand, Bacta has some things that need addressing.
After a flurry of shocking revelations will our team be strong enough to survive another? The mission to nuke the moon is already in dire straits after the exploding eagle team was struck by moon lava and exploded. At this point is would take super human levels of competency to complete their mission and save […]
Stuck in hyperspace for a few days, the crew of the Mynock returns to their roots: talking to each other for way too long for this to really be considered an actual play. Settle in for our first ever Bottle Episode.
In the year 2020 the earth is threatened by her closest neighbor: THE MOON. An intrepid band of earth’s greatest scientific minds is dispated with a desperate plan just crazy enough to work. Brilliant Cosmic Ecologist Joy Worth (Phoebe Stonebraker,) Engineering wunderkind Logan Murphy (Tyler Davis,) the world’s foremost expert on sociology Crispin Nugget (Brad […]
They’re out of combat, and out of time. How will the guys get off the Bargain Hunter as the smuggler band shrugs off their nausea? Also, we’re coming up on the end of our first arc. They boys are going to have to dogfight their way to freedom. How does ship-to-ship combat even work?
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?”