Jordan here. So, the last episode of the main campaign was a bit of a cliffhanger. So, it’s awkward switching gears and doing something different. But it’s something we have to do for the time being.
The big reason is that there’s been a lot of timing issues that has made it tough for us to record all together in a group. For example, I recently started going to school again in the hopes of transitioning into a full-time ministry career. Other members of the group have been attending classes as well, and one is dealing with unemployment. So, all in all, we’re finding it hard to meet together.
To make scheduling a bit more flexible, I’ve decided to table the main campaign for a while. We all want to see it finish out. But to be honest, this is our hobby; real life has to take precedent.
Instead, we’re going to run a series of one-shots for a while. This will allow us to have special guests and try new systems, which should be fun. I’ve talked with a few people, and it looks like we’re going to have some guest GMs to show us some different things. Also, we might be able to beta test a new game a local designer has been working on.
Thanks so much for your patience. We love sharing our adventures with you, and it’s always great to see when positive feedback comes through. If you have a system you’d like to see us try, please let us know! We’d be glad to take a look.
Without further ado, here’s our first episode of our new one-shot miniseries! We decided to go with something familiar, Fiasco. This time, we’re playing the Dragon Slayers playset, with the Living Dead addon. Hope you enjoy it.
Time for this week’s episode of Bone Throwers Theater! We hope you’ve been enjoying the new format. Jeremy’s been doing a bang-up job editing these episodes. That means that they’re a bit shorter than they were in Season One, but we hope you like the sound effects. If so, or if you find them distasteful, let us know. We’d love to hear your feedback.
Tags: actual play, Fiasco, GAD-Con, RPG
Well, that’s a wrap. Thanks again for the interest you all have shown in these episodes! Here they are, all in one place.
Welcome to the official kick-off to season two of the Terra Proximus campaign!
As soon as you hit play you’ll be able to tell, there’s been some changes in the sonic approach. Jeremy has graciously volunteered to help out with editing duties. If I may say so, he’s doing an awesome job. Be sure to give him all the well-deserved kudos.
A second announcement: We are now being syndicated! Bone Throwers Theater, along with the other offerings from Nerd Circle Podcast Productions, have been picked for syndication by Renagade Radio. We’re really excited to be joining their line-up, and honored that they’ve asked us to be a part of what they do.
On this episode, Dran calls a meeting with Edrick, Orion, and Dan Jindall, suggesting everyone gets re-tested. Aurora and Burned Tail share some knowledge about the True Hive and a new foe. Miranda responds poorly to her first sight of Willis. Dran makes a reconciliation.
Bryce gets kicked out from a “resort.” It’s been found out that Bryce has auto-brewery syndrome. Dr. Reece gets re-instated after the college realizes he had been framed. Stephanie nearly wakes up with a marker mustache. And we meet… Dock-tor Eeevil!! Dark Star attempts to assemble a team to take on Doctor Evil, but his appeals fall on black dice…
After the misadventure in the Hell Dimension, Blue Scorpion goes to Bryce for help, who contacts Phase. She learns how to control her powers. Blayne and Bryce stage a break-in to Dr. Reece’s basement, where they try to make more clones. The results, dictated by a black die, are not exactly what they intend.
Phase has decided to rescue Blayne from the asteroid the “physicist” has banished him to. He shifts the Little does he know that Dark Star is trying to push the asteroid out of the path of the world. As they discuss Jeremy’s next scene, the group gets an epic case of the giggles. The Blue Scorpion beats up a houseful of frat boys. While rescuing Dark Star from the hell dimension, Blue Scorpion’s identity is revealed to her boss.
On this episode, Bryce decides it’s time to be a superhero. So, he’s tracking down a bank robbery as a buffalo. And then the tilt! The professor teleports Blayne to an asteroid, and Johnny has the gang plot his first post-tilt scene.
Police band tied with music: http://youarelistening.to/
In this episode of BTT, Dark Star and the Blue Scorpion meet for the very first time. Mike Dunnich, AKA Officer Beverage of the First GADCon Fiasco, stops by to get beat up. Blue Scorpion and Blayne meet in the graveyard to remember lost love… with disastrous results. Blayne begins making money by using his powers and throws a fantastic frat party.
Tags: Comic Books, Fiasco, Pinnacle City, Superheroes
Tags: actual play, Fiasco, GAD-Con, GAD-Con Fiasco, podcast, Superheroes, Superpowers, Wilhelm Scream
On this, the second episode of the second annual GAD-Con Fiasco special, the gang continues selecting the needs, objects, and locations. They also discuss what their relationships are. While people are pondering the prospects, the rest of the crew jokes and pontificates on a wide variety of topics. These include, but are not limited to:
- white chocolate and sour patch kids
- which of Jewel Staite’s roles where better
- Jordan’s love life
- the prospects of a superhero Mrs. Doubtfire
- Several “Arrested Development” references
- Random burbling
- The tastiness of mead
- Stephanie’s forgotten cinnamon buns
Needless to say, fun was had by all!
As promised, here is Carlin and Jordan’s take on The Avengers! Hope you enjoy!
Originally posted on Carlin and Jordan's Most Excellent Movie Night:
In this episode, Carlin updates bear-bating to the 21st century standard: nerd baiting. That’s right, he’s asked Jordan to talk about comic book movies. Specifically, the Avengers. The guys cover the ins-and-outs of this epitome of the modern marvelous summer blockbuster, from acting strengths and cool special effects to plot holes and pacing problems. And the ratings may skew differently than you expected.
Carlin’s Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars
Jordan’s Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars
Overall Rating: 3.0 out of 5 Stars
Earlier this month, the Bone Throwers Theater crew made their yearly migration to White Marsh Maryland to take part in the second Annual GADCon. We had an awesome time this time around, continuing out tradition of playing Fiasco. This time around, we chose Heroes of Pinnacle City. In this episode, we discuss everything from superhero movies (specifically, The Avengers), to Jordan and Carlin’s shared obsession for the anime series Space Dandy, and gorilla-elephant-centaurs. Enjoy!
So, have you guys listened to last week’s episode yet? If so, you’ll totally get what Jeremy’s wife did to surprise him on Valentine’s Day!
Mmmm! Eat up!
Today we’ve got a treat. Here’s a letter that Orion has been writing to his younger sister, Andi. It gives a lot of great insight into his character and his family. Hope you enjoy! Read the rest of this entry »
Well, that’s a wrap! We hope you enjoyed all eight episodes of our Inspectres game. It was a lot of fun to record, and a lot of fun to listen to. As a group, we want to thank Mike Carkhuff for pulling a chair up to the table and delivering such a fun character in “Gramps.” He’s a great guy, and we’re looking forward to try out GrimWorld once he lets us get our grubby hands on it. Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: actual play, d6, dice, ghost, ghost stories, haunted, haunted bar, Inspectres, Jared Sorensen, mirror, podcast, Seattle, The Canterbury
Thanks for listening to this episode of Bone Throwers Theater Theater! In this episode, the characters begin working a case for The Canterbury, which has been having a decades long haunting problem compounded by a pentagram appearing in the basement. In our improvised version of “Seattle,” the Canterbury is a hotel. In the real world, The Canterbury is a bar. This is mostly because Jordan was reading information off of a vague website on the fly and missed this particular detail. To find out more about the true haunting of The Canterbury, which truly does include a ghost in a mirror, and had a pentagram in it’s basement, check out this website.
What will happen as Seattle Spirits investigates the death of Ricky Navarro? What will they find in the basement while investigating? Tune in to find out!