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The Infinite Bad is a comedy-horror roleplaying podcast from Definitely Human. In the aftermath of World War I, four strangers find themselves caught in a web of evil beyond their reckoning. To survive, they must band together despite their differences and unravel the grisly mysteries that entangle them. Written and games mastered by veteran roleplayer Giorgio Mariani, The Infinite Bad is a weekly descent into horror and silliness. The nightmare begins with The Secret of Drakelow Hall.

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    • Comedy Fiction
    • 4.9, 131 Ratings

The Infinite Bad is a comedy-horror roleplaying podcast from Definitely Human. In the aftermath of World War I, four strangers find themselves caught in a web of evil beyond their reckoning. To survive, they must band together despite their differences and unravel the grisly mysteries that entangle them. Written and games mastered by veteran roleplayer Giorgio Mariani, The Infinite Bad is a weekly descent into horror and silliness. The nightmare begins with The Secret of Drakelow Hall.

    The Doom of Antarctica - Part 9

    The Doom of Antarctica - Part 9

    It is 1929, ten years since the start of our heroes’ adventures. In the grand finale of The Infinite Bad, they must defeat Angela Gresley and the hordes of evil, or the world will be lost.
     
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    • 38 min
    The Doom of Antarctica - Part 8

    The Doom of Antarctica - Part 8

    At the bottom of the world, our heroes confront their nemesis once more. With the answers to their questions and a final victory both tantalisingly close, will they have to choose between them? And what sacrifices will they have to make?
     
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    • 28 min
    The Doom of Antarctica - Part 7

    The Doom of Antarctica - Part 7

    Another old English manor awaits our heroes, another lodge in the globe-spanning network of their opponents’ design. But as they return to where it all began so long ago, the familiar setting and figures of the past are disturbed by new dangers.
     
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    • 35 min
    The Doom of Antarctica - Part 6

    The Doom of Antarctica - Part 6

    After witnessing a series of bizarre phenomena in the blizzard, our heroes follow a vision to an observation tower. There they encounter a team of friendly faces, and get the answers they seek from an unexpected source.
     
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    • 30 min
    The Doom of Antarctica - Part 5

    The Doom of Antarctica - Part 5

    Isolated in the frozen wasteland of Antarctica, our heroes once again face horrific abominations beyond their reckoning. Joy has discovered a potential exit, but escape is made difficult for Sebastian when one of the monsters gets its hands on him.
     
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    • 34 min
    The Doom of Antarctica - Part 4

    The Doom of Antarctica - Part 4

    There is something hiding in the remote meteorological station of Little Halkirk, a scratching sound that invites Joy closer, or perhaps warns her away. When our heroes get to the bottom of this mystery they find something they could never have expected.
     
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    • 28 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
131 Ratings

131 Ratings

Jierdan Firkraag ,

My favorite role playing podcast!

The stories are well written and the characters are amazing!

Crabtech! ,

Delightful

Fantastic writing, fun and well played characters, and great production values. Can’t recommend it enough.

hgtvnigbmfdondhb ,

Can’t stop laughing

I listen to this at work and have been trying to stifle my laughter all week. The story is compelling and the players are absolutely hysterical. Everything about it is so well done and I look forward to listening to the rest of their podcasts.

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