Every week, Rag-NERD-rok brings you a new Actual Play, with occasional episodes dedicated to discussion, diversion, and geekery in general. We play many different tabletop RPGs, from Eclipse Phase to Fiasco, from Call of Cthulhu to New World of Darkness--and we're trying new systems all the time!
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Following their adventure in the skylands, Ruby Gleam (Spell-Weaver Supreme), Dourla the Loveslug, Ryder the Last Battle Toad, Charlemagne the (newly) octopoid cytyr, and Sir Reginald meet a new companion, Sir Jorn, a secret mutant knight errant.
In this week’s episode of The Dreadful Secrets of Candlewick Manor, Noch hatches a scheme to clear Cecil’s name, but finds himself at loggerheads with Duncan, who believes that justice will be served. With the other orphans’ fate hanging in the balance...
In this week’s melancholic installment of The Dreadful Secrets of Candlewick Manor, Cecil, Noch and one of the Delaney triplets find themselves at the mercy of the sinister Sheriff Toulouse, falsely accused and imprisoned for the night. Meanwhile,
It’s a simple job: go to the mall, break into the DMV and steal a bunch of shit for someone who needs it. The payout is pretty decent, too. Simple, right? Well, nothing is simple in the Loss. It’s three legs from the enclave to the job site,
This week’s installment of The Dreadful Secrets of Candlewick Manor is full of untold peril and woe for our misbegotten orphans. Following the, uh, defacement of Barry Toink, Duncan Barrowart is appointed prefect of the South Wing. There,
We regret to inform you that The Rag-NERD-rok Crew is once again taking up the tragic tale of the frightful orphans at the Candlewick Home for the Unwanted and Unloved. In this chapter, Karl’s secret hiding spot is exposed,