After laying waste to some small patch of civilization’s remains, and watching the party bus wander into the snow, and our strange heroes must face the consequences. Barbariana the Gunlugger, Lemma the Savvyhead, October the Skinner and Dent the Faceless dive to protect their beliefs, while Pedro the Marmot crawls to confront the inevitable…
This is our ongoing session using Vincent Baker’s Apocalypse World.
After an attempt to mollify the usually violent Shingles with a bath of psychic gravy, the chill sun rises over what may be the greatest sheet metal heist the Frozen City has seen since the Golden Age. New arrivals Lemma the Savvyhead and Birdie the Hocus make their move on the status quo, and along with Dent the Faceless, Barbariana the Gunlugger, Pedro the Marmot and October the ill-fated Skinner… there’s only one way that ever seems to end.
This is a broadcast of our game of Apocalypse World by Vincent Baker. Most of the last few years has been Powered by the Apocalypse, so if you’re not on the bandwagon yet now is the time.
Happy Midsummer listeners! And as our gift to you in the festive season, we bring you… the gratuitous shipping episode! Dent and Barbariana! Wicked and October! Pedro and his ego! Mind I never said any of these would end well…
But as another snowy day drags on in the Frozen City, new arrivals Lemma the Savvyhead and Birdie the Hocus bring the party bus to town, and along with Dent the Faceless, Barbariana the Gunlugger, Pedro the Marmot and October the ill-fated Skinner, enter terrible bargains for the future.
It is said that in the Golden Age of legend, if one spoke the right magic words into the contraption at the golden arched food hall, then food would rain forth into your vehicle, more than it was safe to eat. Dent the Faceless, Pedro the Marmot and October the Skinner must have chosen the wrong words, because all they got was a berserk clown trying to kill them with a chainsaw. Joined this session by Barbariana the Gunlugger, they must fight their way clear of the deep-fryer of death!
Apocalypse World was written by Vincent Baker, and has exploded onto the rpg scene like nothing else in the last few years. Read it. Seriously.
Its a bit of a faux pas to devour the entire winter eggplant stock of the last competent medical practitioner known to humanity. With that fresh in their minds, Dent the Faceless, Pedro the Marmot and October the Skinner make tracks for the casino, in the hopes of getting to the legendary stash of food at its heart, and to the bottom of Pedro’s strange dreams.
Sorry for the delay folks, the terrible creatures responsible have been appropriately dealt with.
After their run in with the Undying, Dent the Faceless, Pedro the Marmot and October the Skinner feel like its time for a break. Trekking across the Frozen City to the Last Resort, they hope that the legendary Doc Orange can cure their horribly infected buckshot wounds.
This episode contains course language, drug references, binge drinking and… well, more course language. You have been warned.
With creation complete, we set out on our first full length Apocalypse World session. Dent the Faceless, Pedro the Marmot and October the Skinner find themselves dragged into the brutal and insane gang politics of the Frozen City as they follow the trail of an obscene haul of stolen shrooms.
This episode contains course language, drug references, descriptions of graphic violence, box wine abuse and kinda nasty noodle eating noises. You have been warned.
Join us at the Liberation Industries Roleplaying Podcast, in which we embark on our first Apocalypse World session. Dent the Faceless, Pedro the Marmot and October the Skinner emerge into the cold embrace of an urban hellscape locked in nuclear winter, and establish the terrible deeds of their past that still haunt their present.
This episode details character creation, setting building and initial group Hx.