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Episode 3 Once more into ... the pit of things that kill us

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Mercy sakes alive, good buddy, it looks like we got us a fantasy campaign.

This episode -

• The party goes on its first fantasy game shopping trip

• Steveo fires off a series of obscure pop culture references that nobody at the table catches

• Adam's character begins a life of dastard roguery by stealing a chicken from the farmer who fed them

• Tim sells a sword and becomes the party's default treasurer


• Ray and the blacksmith bond over their mutual love of fetish gear

This episode introduces Road Warden Levala, who quickly establishes that he'll be a recurring thorn in their side, and ends with the Headlanders deciding that their best course of action is to return to the zombie pit where they got their asses beat before.

And yes, I'm aware The Brady Kids was Filmation and not Hanna Barbera.

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- Thursday, May 2nd 2013 - 6:29 pm

Upon listening to this again, I'm fairly certain Alyan Kovic is my favorite NPC name ever.

Corey Allison - Thursday, May 9th 2013 - 9:40 am

"Where's that piece of paper?"

"That's your job! You write things down!"

Why don't they ALL write things down, sheesh. No wonder they forget about what they actually have with them. I'm surprised they don't accidentally detonate a nuclear powered magical explosion during combat accidentally due to the proximity of forgotten items and info.

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- Friday, May 10th 2013 - 12:11 am

Later, they get a key, and then promptly forget that they have it. When they get to the locked door that it opens, they spend an hour hitting on it like the monkeys at the opening of 2001 before they remember about the key.

I love my group.