James, JPC, Brad and Alex struggle to remember the convoluted character histories they created together just moments ago. Alan Rickman confidently advocates that he is capable of using a knife to the only man to ever overdose on marijuana- then the mummy Latharnicock shows up… a reminder, these are some of the best improvisers left … Read more
On the fabled haunted site where Kevin Smith wrote Mallrats, “The Dog Cafe” weed shop is preparing to throw a thank you dinner for the people who supported the Kickfunder that helped them open their doors. Grab a generous mug of baked beans from the boiling dumpster, pick your favorite strain, and get ready to … Read more
The officers of The Golden Corral are locked in a desperate battle for their lives and cool guns, with an enemy they cannot see: the Eldar Warp Spiders. Also a sense of dread begins to settle in. Though the Eldar are formidable opponents, it is clear they are not responsible for all the damage … Read more
The crew of the Golden Corral continues to investigate the mystery of the derelict colony ship. It is clear there is violence in the history of this ill fated vessel, and wealth hidden away in its abandoned halls. However Captain Vienna Schnitzel and his crew are still ignorant of the lingering danger. Lucky for the Golden Corral, ignorance is their greatest asset.
40,000 years after the start of common era (which also happens to coincide with certain religious events) and several hundred million years before the events of Numenera, the galaxy is torn by war. Humanity is lead by an immortal god king kept living by eating 1,000 psychics a day. The universe is full of hostile alien life, strife, and cultural stagnation.
Thorough out man’s corrupt imperium perhaps there is no group more wicked, more callously focused on personal gain, than the crew of The Golden Corral.
In the not too distant future the governments and civil powers of the world have been eclipsed by corporations in terms of scale and influence. Even in the freest of places, the wide white north of Canada. However, there are a few who cling to the last vestiges of freedom and individuality. These men and women risk their lives by performing missions on behalf of a counter culture that won’t be ruled by corporate influence. There one advantage is a the headspace, a mental link that binds them into a single entity.
…the irony is pretty lost on this particular group