Justin, Travis and Griffin McElroy from My Brother, My Brother and Me have recruited their dad Clint for a campaign of high adventure. Join the McElroys as they find their fortune and slay an unconscionable number of ... you know, kobolds or whatever in ... The Adventure Zone..
Travelers from four war-torn kingdoms congregate at the edge of a fearsome storm, following a divine invitation emanating from deep within the Ethersea.
Join us as we build our next campaign while playing The Quiet Year, a brilliant mapmaking game designed and written by Avery Alder. Learn more about The Quiet Year and purchase it for yourself here: https://buriedwithoutceremony.com/the-quiet-year
See the end-of-episode map here: https://bit.ly/EtherseaMap1
We’re answering some questions about The Adventure Zone: Graduation, both listener questions and questions we had for each other. We also talk a little bit about the next season and how we’re changing things up in terms of world-building.
The game we will be playing as the opener to the next season is The Quiet Year, designed by Avery Alder. You can learn more about the game here: https://buriedwithoutceremony.com/the-quiet-year
Where have all the good folks gone? Where is all of HOG? We need a streetwise thunderman to stop these scheming gods. Isn't there a Firbolg upon a flying steed? Reality is ripping, someone get me Argo Keene!
We need some heroes.
The Thundermen race to stop the machinations of the gods. But first, they have to make it past an army of demons and settle some unfinished business. Luckily, they have help. A lot of help.
A paradox is solved. A wrong is righted. A resignation is accepted. It is the beginning of the end.
With all the hustle and bustle of life, it's so easy to lose touch. That's why it's nice when there's an important life event (two gods trying to open a rift to hell) to bring us all together! So, let's get connected!
Send a g-mail! Visit someone's house! Tear down these walls!
[CW: Heavy Drug Use] Everyone has questions and no one seems to have the answers. Everyone wants to know what the Thundermen are planning. Including the Thundermen. They need to call in an old friend and go somewhere they've never gone before.
But first, time to party.
We didn’t get to record at our usual time due to weather and power outages, so in lieu of a regular episode this week, we dug into the archives and found TAZ: Just Us, a live show Travis GM'd in 2019 in Atlanta!
For this show we played SuperNormal (designed by Ursidice), and our crew of super heroes attended just your average, every day company picnic...
Having more or less made it to the Archives, it's time for the Thundermen to get down to business. It's a simple job: do something to the filing cabinets/contracts and then get out! That said, what kind of heist would it be without a few hiccups?
It's great when friends show up to the party, isn't it?
It's the day of the show y'all. The planning is done, and now it's time to move. The Thundermen are (more or less) ready to infiltrate the Heroic Oversight Guild and wreak havoc on their records. Thankfully, they have their very special trash can.
Time to answer the eternal question: should we start this party right, or start this party quickly?
Has this ever happened to you? You're in the middle of planning a heist when who should show up, but your mortal enemy? Then, one of your friends has confidence issues in the bathroom? And your other buddy is hiding in your pocket as a mouse? Sure, we've all be there!
Pockets gets ripped. Hairs get cut. Water gets made.