Branson Reese and his jester's retinue, Christopher Hastings, Carly Monardo, Tim Platt, Joe Lepore, and Ali Fisher, buck and bumble through the magical backwater world of Cordelia. One hopes you enjoy both japes AND scrapes, because honestly, it would be impossible to disentangle one from the other, given their profound entwinement in this particular piece of entertainment.
Produced by Taylor Moore @ Fortunate Horse.
Thirsty Falls: Part 2
Thank you for visiting Thirsty Falls. We ask that you please refrain from throwing objects, such as coins, ropes, or any flammable substances into the canyon. Please keep all sunbathing and other activities at least 20 feet from the canyon rim. Together, we can ensure that Thirsty Falls remains a destination for generations of friends and family to come. Have a great day!
NYE Special: Beans & Revelry
Ah, the works of Jane Austen! Comedies of manners, reversals of fortunes, and more proposals than you could shake a be-ribboned bonnet at. This New Years special from the folks at Rude Tales of Magic aims to capture the spirit of Ms. Austen’s work — but if you were worried we’d get through such an episode without a bit of Rude humour*, ha ha! Well! You were happily mistaken! Join us as we play Storybrewers Roleplaying’s excellent Jane Austen RPG, “Good Society” for the first (but hopefully not last!) time. Happy New Year!
Thirsty Falls: Part 1
Behold the wonders of the Trashlands. History-making festivals! Beasts of sky and soil! And of course, the world famous Thirsty Falls, one of the most beautiful, mysterious, and deadly natural wonders Cordelia has to offer. Enjoy nature's majesty while keeping children and loved ones far away. Enemies though, are welcome to explore the canyon's rim, as well as its floor.
It Sphinx In Here
Riddle Guy '97. If you weren't there, you'll never know. Festival flings, ancient dangers unexpectedly returning, and a daring plan to rescue a kidnapped crow. Yep, Riddle Guy '97 truly had it all. It sure was...one crazy summer.
When we meet for the first time I bring joy, but see me again and I bring only despair. I always tell, and always ask, though, try as you might, you cannot say the same. I have defeated kings and been bested by children. What am I?
See episode notes for the answer, gumshoes!
Exit, pursued by human-sized bats. Our heroes fly across the dunes and dust of the Trashlands, exhausted and terrified, to escape the attacking swarm, but from the East comes dawn, and with it? Why nothing more than life, death, and truth itself. The harsh light of morning pushes our heroes to a crisis point, and nothing will ever be the same.
Customer ReviewsSee All
So rude and yet so good
Fantastic podcast, a treat for all the senses. Especially the hearing one. I had to imagine the rest but I bet it would also smell and taste better than the most delicious boiled cake.