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Welcome to our first retro-gaming podcast! Join a group of late 30-somethings (almost two 40-somethings) as they embark on an epic campaign against all things modern RPG.

We're playing the Palladium Fantasy RPG (1st edition, thank you very much) and enjoying the hell out of it. No maps, no minis, no censors, almost no editing!

In this, our second session but first adventure, join the party as they defeat any number of enemies and are in turn defeated by a stupid river and an inept assassin (played by yours truly). Two hours and twenty four minutes of actual play goodness. If the 80′s music bothers you, it get's turned down within this episode.

In this episode:

Scott - GM, nominally in charge.

Jenn - Echo, a 1st level Human Warlock.

Dan - Mukklukk, a 1st level Kobold Mind Mage.

Ben - Hamash Snozzle, a 1st level Elvish Wizard & Heretofor Unknamed, a 1st level Elvish Assassin.

This episode has been rated Not Safe For Work due to adult language, and in general acting a bit like 15 year old dinks.

133.2 MB in size, 2 hours 30-some-odd minutes long.

 

 
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January 15th, 2011
It does not matter if you have used the PALLADIUM Fantasy Role playing system or not. The previous events of the adventure could have been given with a bit more detail. That aside, I thoroughly enjoyed the episode. Very funny, I look forward to more ep [...]
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December 13th, 2010
While this isn't the best produced or editing podcast I've every heard, it is one of the funniest. The folks doing the actual gaming are having a great time. A few times I've gotten strange looks from others at work while I laugh away listening to this [...]
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