This is the third and final session of our original Mothership RPG actual play series, which was unfortunately cut short by the COVID-19 quarantine. I’m happy to say that this one really brings the awesome (and the comedy!), and I’d very much like to return to this campaign in the near future.
We’re back for the second session of our extended Mothership RPG actual play campaign, recorded here in the studio in the Pre-COVID days of early 2020. We continue where we left off in the last session, getting into deadly shenanigans on the doomed Serendipity Station.
Welcome back, dear listeners! This episode kicks off a new series of actual play featuring the excellent indie sci-fi horror RPG, Mothership. These sessions were initially recorded at the very beginning of 2020, but due to the chaos from the onset of the COVID-19 quarantine in the US, NPC was unable to get around to editing them until the end of the year. I don’t want to spoil the surprises of the session, so go on and give it a listen!
Hello and well met, neighbor! The BDaB crew returns with the second episode of the new and ongoing Tales from the Loop RPG actual play campaign. In this story, a group of best friends middle schoolers investigate some oddities in their home town of Klamath Falls, OR, in a techno-nostalgic 1986 that never was. We’re using the adventures from the new Out of Time adventure sourcebook, and we welcome listeners to follow along with us while we play. And if you’re feeling really adventurous, go out and get a bottle of our drink of the evening, and sip along in spirit!
We’re finally proud to present to you the first extended play session of our brand new Tales from the Loop campaign! In this ongoing adventure, we will be playing through the brand spanking new Out of Time adventure series, which was released as an early bonus to the backers of Free League’s recent Kickstarter for the game’s follow-up campaign, Things from the Flood. Inspired by the artwork of Simon Stålenhag, the works of Steven King, and more than a little Stranger Things throw into the mix, Tales from the Loop takes us to a 1980s that never was, filled with weird robots, mysterious plots, and the bizarre side effects of living in a town with a state of the art particle accelerator. So join us for an advance look into the new book, and stick around for the sometimes-deep but often-hilarious adventures in our own techno-magical version of Klamath Falls Oregon, 1986.