An actual play podcast from the creators of Halfwit History! Join them and their other halfwits as we bumble through Dungeons & Dragons, Stars Without Number, and more!
Children of the Spine - Prequel Part IV
With the crew forever expanding with the addition of Professor Kono "Flick" Waotaka, the crew of the SPS Resonance needs to learn more about the items they are collecting and what the end game will be. In order to do that, they decide to visit Casey's...
Children of the Spine - Prequel Part III
We rejoin the crew of the Resonance hot off of their battle in Barbalil, a second pre-scream artifact secured. As they make their way to the next set of deciphered coordinates, the planet Ephet-Izaki, we get a rare glimpse at the mundane lives of world...
Children of the Spine - Prequel Part II
The crew of the Resonance is now in possession of a potential pre-scream artifact, and a map to find more! After deciphering the next set of coordinates, they are off to the planet Barbalil, where a civil war between the monarchy and the religious...
Children of the Spine - Prequel Part I
WELCOME TO SEASON 2!!!This is the first of 5 games that were intended to be one shots, using the Stars Without Number Revised system by Kevin Crawford, but the group ended up liking it so much they wanted to make this the next campaign. We also have...
Bonus - Backstabbing Beasties
Our resident mistress of the dark Mary takes the role of Fate in this spooky scary one shot sure to send shivers down your spine! Join Murphy the Merfolk (Luis), Lilith the Vampire (Kiley), Amelia the Spectre (Laura), and Joaquin the Mummy (Jonathan) as...
Worlds Divided Ep 14 - Finale
The Syndicate are locked in battle with the Grand Masters of Hallastead in the final fight to free themselves and their new allies from their imprisonment within the rifts. Can they right the wrongs of the past, or will they be forced to live in the...
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Great RPG Podcast
I love RPGs and actual play podcasts. This one is special to me because they play different RPGs, not just DnD. The sound effects and music are perfect complements to the stories. It’s funny and fun.