We're back with another dive into the depths of Fiasco! This time we're using Jason Morningstar's Fiasco High Playset found in the Fiasco Companion. It's high school, the best time of everybody's life, right? Right? This episode will have roller derby, weird drugs, unfulfilled desires and more! We're also using the "softer" versions of the Tilt and Aftermath tables, so it won't go too terribly. Finally, this is episode 13, because Giant Sized Fiasco didn't get a number. It's now number 12.
It's summertime! That means camp! Camp counselors, children, large amounts of weed, and mayo sandwiches!
We're back! This episode was recorded back in October (I think?) and I'm just now getting around to posting it. It's a crossover episode with Kevin's other Podcasts! From Bad Philosophy we have Stephen and from Unprepared we have Jesse. And we have Katherine, because she's always here. Also I'm not splitting it into halves, because you've already waited this long. (hence the "Giant sized") Also also the audio quality is worse than normal because I accidentally recorded through my computer instead of my microphone. I did put the computer on the table to keep it away from my cat, so that helps. Dramatis Personae: Senator Dipson: A straight laced senator in Pinnacle city, who is rivals with The Vortex: A mysterious super villain, about to premier his newest super weapon, along with is sometimes sidekick Lifty: An alien disguised as human, with the power of mass-limited telekinesis, she doesn't know that the only other surviving member of her race happens to be her coworker Lifterman: Who shares a workspace and powers with Lifty, and is secretly the adopted brother of Senator Dipson
Only months late, here is the finale to our last episode set in the Manna Zoo. There's monkeys and apes and ostriches, oh my!
We're back! With our tenth episode no less! This one is a lot of fun, and it's also the first time we've ever had a sequel episode. We reference our previous episode set at the Manna Hotel, and even have a returning character! So it all takes place at the Mana Zoo. Bad things happen. You know the drill.
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This week we find ourselves in the world of the theater! In Topeka, Kansas. Vaudeville never went out of style, glow tape is really important and pantomime horses are harder to pull off than you think.
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A large portion of this episode takes place on an airplane. So if you get airsick, have your barf bag handy. Dramatis Personae: James John: Totally normal American congressperson. Not in anyway shape or form a Soviet sleeper agent. Dianne Elsworth: Flight Attendant and high priced call girl to the stars. Or politicians. Carol Archer: Lobbyist for Nevada's only Rubber Plant. Probably doesn't love Communists. Walter Bean: Congressman from Nevada. Doesn't really care about rubber. Or his Job. Or much of anything.
It's election season, so we traveled back in time to Washington DC 1973 for some political manuevering. There'll be bribes, broom closets and Braniff Airlines. And it'll all be 100% historically accurate. Dramatis Personae: James John: Totally normal American congressperson. Not in anyway shape or form a Soviet sleeper agent. Dianne Elsworth: Flight Attendant and high priced call girl to the stars. Or politicians. Carol Archer: Lobbyist for Nevada's only Rubber Plant. Probably doesn't love Communists. Walter Bean: Congressman from Nevada. Doesn't really care about rubber. Or his Job. Or much of anything.
The first half of this game had the most positive resolutions of any game I've ever played. This is the second half, where things get worse. The Government man shows up, something precious is on fire, and an apology is issued.]]>