February 23, 2014 at 5:31 pm #559813ross
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File Name: Sundered Skies Grown-Up Edition Session 13
File Submitter: ross
File Submitted: 24 Feb 2014
File Category: Savage Worlds
Profanity Level: Jolly Sweary Indeed
Faster, Sour Milk! Kill! Kill!
Welcome back, happy listeners, to Bradford – Curry Capital of the UK!
The wildlings are revolting – and they’re also rebelling against their cruel elven overlords. Rumors of Weapons of Mouse Destruction being produced on the
jungle planet Endorfloating island of Heartland, became the straw that broke the Camel Wildlings’ backs. Our Brave HeroesTM have joined forces with the Wildling army, which Sour Milk the hulking Cat Wildling ship mate and second-in-command on the good sky ship Rhodium, have assumed control over. The newly-minted General Milk and his underlings (including the Slann… err, Toad Wildling commander, Field Marshal Croak, and the enigmatic Deathbunny) will free their fuzzy brethren from the yoke of elven oppression, at any cost. The fact that the fifth and final heroic soul that the group needs to retrieve to repair the Soul Shield (thus saving all of the Sundered Skies from a total demonic invasion) is hidden somewhere on Heartland, is just a lucky coincidence, really. A spare soul, you say? Well, there’s probably room for it in the bilges, if you want it taken of your hands, for a small fee, of course…
Special Feature: Wayne’s musical interlude!
Intro & Outro Music: Call to Adventure (C) Kevin MacLeod.February 24, 2014 at 12:09 pm #644514
Ross: “You ever been hit by blunt steel? It doesn’t half sting, when it catches you on the bell end!”
Tina: “You’re not s’posed to hit yourself there.”
Ross: “No, someone else hit me with it.”
Steve: “He took an extra feat to be able to parry.” 😉
Ross: “Yeah, it was called ‘The Reynolds Defense’, ever after.” 🙂
Wayne: *Silly voice* “By some lucky hat, my willy got in the way!”
Fin: “You just need a Prince Albert and an armor maximization feat.” 😉February 24, 2014 at 3:50 pm #644515
Was this the infamous Tesco ad that Mary the Macaroon Fairy had taken offense at? 🙂February 24, 2014 at 3:51 pm #644516
Also, YES. It would be amazing to hear the BAGgies (or any other group) play an Adventure Time! RPG. (Of course, the BAG is the only group on the site that can boast an actual Fin who can play Finn.) 😉 @[member=”ross”] would be the obvious choice for GMing such an awesome-saucilicious undertaking.
Sadly, it doesn’t seem as though there are any plans for an official tabletop pen-and-paper RPG version of the show, but there are some fan-made versions that might be worth a look.
You guys should probably steer clear of the D&D 4E fan-made version, since Ross is allergic to that game system, and no doubt prone to breaking out in hives if he’s forced into contact with it. 😉February 24, 2014 at 5:04 pm #644517ross
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fate wuld work well for itFebruary 24, 2014 at 9:04 pm #644518kendoyle659
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I wonder if Tesco are to blame for the Guild’s descent into using FUDGE dice in their next game?
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