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Episode 26 Magical Teabagging

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Warning: gameplay recordings may and probably do include language and material offensive to some listeners. Ok, many listeners. Listener discretion is advised.

Press Bop-It to start! This episode (Bop it!) the Headlanders (Twist it!) get bored (Pull it!) and (Shout it!) make things (Twist it!) happen (Pull it!) at Desolation (Twist it! Bop it!).

We can complain about birds and dogs and radio noise, but there's nothing to be done about kids. Kids gotta be kids.

Tim and Rae set off adventuring around Desolation on their own and try to stave off boredome. Just as their list of potential funtime activites reaches "light buildings on fire", Krotus shows up and takes them on a tour.

The Headlanders soon discover that everything is a ruse. Bucco never planned on signing a treaty. Which is fortunate because, as they learn, neither did they.

Bucco's real plan, however, turns out to be much more dangerous to everyone involved.

Remember the phrase a priori singulari?

Because the Headlanders sure don't.

Adam skips town.

Rae comes up with a horrible use for his familiar.

Tim sings a song.

Steve pontificates on the buddha nature of dungeons.

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