A day at the multi-chromatic hot-spring has been ruined by horrible bug larva. That can only mean one thing NUMENERA! Will our heroes be able to survive this metamorphosis can the remember to complete their bargain with the brain witch? How many more times will they Shout Numenera?

Back Into The Ninth World here!



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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.

6 comments on 111. Numenera Part 3

  1. Caverus Haftheart says:

    I just discovered this podcast a few weeks ago via the Numenera episodes, and I’m crushed that this story is now dismembered and done! It’s been hilarious and fascinating.

    You’ve got a new listener, but is there any chance you’ll revisit this setting with these characters? Are there other arcs you’ve done in similar games that I should seek out? And in the meantime, can anyone recommend another ‘cast playing Numenera?

    Great podcast. You’ve inspired me to seriously look into this game, and I’m looking forward to what you’ve got next.

    1. Alex R. says:

      Unfortunately, as it’s OneShot, they don’t end up using the same characters, or even the same setting, again very often. It does happen sometimes, though, as with Inspectres, and soon to be L5R. Then there’s the Campaign podcast, which is currently playing Edge of the Empire.

      Other OneShot episodes I’ve liked but aren’t necessarily similar are the Crazy Partiers/Crazy Anniversary Partiers, Feng Shui/Feng Shui 2 episodes, Three Rocketeers, Feast Hall of Ash, Legend of the Five Rings, Dracula Dossier, Sailor Moon, and many more. Just have a look through the archives. Lots of enjoyable stuff.

  2. wanderingbishop says:

    A great introduction to the world of Numenera (sorry, NUHUHUMENAHHRA!)

  3. Bluebogle says:

    Are you.. are you gonna do more of these? I want to know what happens next!

  4. NorwegianFan says:

    These numenera epispdes have been great. But very weird for a norwegian. Drit means shit(crap, poop..) in norwegian, and the ground in numenera is covered in it… And what are those dangerous psychics called? Beel, biel, biil? The way it`s pronounced it sounds like bil, the norwegian word for car..

    1. That’s hilarious and amazing.

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