The battle concludes, with nearly disastrous results. Edrick tests samples, and they find that the French Flu is spreading. Willis has a conversation with several of his fellow soldiers. Dran wants the list of the infected.
Archive for May, 2014
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.