August 2014 Podcast Schedule

The month of August brings with it all types of horrors.




August 1st & 8th

Black Crusade

We take a break from the rogue trader crew and find out what the other side is up too. Here’s a clue, nothing good.







August 15th

Rotted Capes

We return to the superhero apocalypse as the survivors try to outrun the super Z’s.







August 22nd

Fiasco: Bookhounds of London

Celebrating Lovecrafts birthday, we dive into an lovecraft inspired fiasco adventure.







August 29 & September 5

Hollow Earth Expedition

We end the month with a bit of levity. I mean, it can’t all be horrible monsters. Sometimes, you have to be killed by a regular old T-Rex.  How relaxing.





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8 comments on “August 2014 Podcast Schedule

  1. Peripheral says:

    Lovecraft Fiasco. Everything about that sounds wonderfully awful.

  2. Lucek says:

    I can see what you were saying but damn I wanted to hear the fadible take on KoN.

  3. Arvandus says:

    @Lucek Sadly KoN didnt work for us, but I still plan to run Don’t Rest Your Head at some point. Its definitely on the list.

  4. Warren says:

    DRYH does have elements that could be a good fit for the group. Looking forward to hearing how it goes.

  5. CaptainStabby says:

    oooo, Black Crusade. New characters I assume? The ones from the quickstart rules are pretty meh.

  6. Barsher Da Barsher says:

    New Characters we made! And then destroyed…

    Well, some of us had new characters. One character from the past shows up for this session 😀

  7. CallmeIshma3l says:

    *Affixes “Hi, My Name is THAT GUY” sticker*

    Probably too late to ask, but what does KoN stand for? Google helped me get DRYH (which I own, which just twisted the knife), but was less then helpful with KoN.

  8. Barsher Da Barsher says:

    Kingdom of Nothing. It’s a game where you sort of play magical hobos. But that’s the problem with Fandible trying it… we describe it as playing ‘magical hobos’.

    In reality, its a game that makes you look at the reality and madness involved with being a homeless, forgotten soul in a society that easily looks away.

    So, yeah, we’ve spoken of it a few times but I don’t see it on our docket.

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