*WARNING* The following play session includes rules failures, drunken ramblings and a impolite amount of cursing.
Two criminal bears travel to the sleepy town of Honnsmith to undertake the greatest honey heist in history.
Intro Music: Secret of tiki islandÂ by Kevin MacleodÂ (incompetech.com)
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5 comments on “Honey Heist: Call of Honthulhu”
If you do a sequel it should involve Honey BuBu and YogiOh!
Any chance we can get the how to on the drinks ya’ll made tonight?
Honestly I don’t think there was any way Grant Howitt ever would have predicted this particular outcome for a game of honey heist, but there was also no other way it could have ended with you three.
Mr. Chartreuse would be my Heist name!
Also, another excellent session of rebel radio! Hilariously entertaining, as usual. Also, this got me curious about what other games Grant Howitt made, and apparently he also did Dr. Magnet Hands, which happened to lead to another awesome session of rebel radio.
I’m curious, though, if y’all will ever try out UNBOUND (another intriguing game Howitt had a hand in) with the rest of Fandible? It seems like something uniquely suited to your arcane and mildly confuzzling talents, with its world building/character/story focus.
The Honey Heist: Serves one.
Please drink responsibly. This is only a guess how the drinks were made.
(Source seriouseats.com gold rush recipe
2 Ounces of Bourbon (This is the standard amount as you can see from the above recipe, David suggested that he added more)
3/4th Ounce of Freshly squeezed lemon Juice
3/4th Ounce of Honey syrup.
(Honey Syrup can be made with 1 cup water with 1 cup honey in a small saucepan. Heat over medium heat stirring constantly until the honey is dissolved. Cool before using. Lasts 5 days in a sealed container in the fridge.)
1) Place ingredients in an ice filled shaker, shake for 10 seconds or until well chilled. Strain the liquid into an ice filled glass.
Add seltzer water to taste. (I’m assuming this was added post mixing. Since David did mention the first batch was like liquor candy.)