D&D: The Salsa City Switcheroo/ These Boots Were Made For Swappin'
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August 25, 2014 at 12:31 am #41501CatKeymaster
The new D&D is here! http://nerdyshow.com/2014/08/dungeons-doritos-salsa-city-switcheroo/
Part 1 of the Support Drive campaign brought to you by @Kaosubaloo and @Arkais!August 25, 2014 at 12:54 am #41512KaosubalooParticipant
YES! I have waited so long for this moment!!
Guess who, it's Kaosubaloo!August 25, 2014 at 3:07 pm #41534KaosubalooParticipant
Now that I’ve A. Listened to the Episode and B. Slept, I am still pretty damn happy. Gnomes are still the trouble makers! Although this episode mostly only covers things from my half of the chaos, so I have to assume that Ark’s half is going to be more heavily features in part 2.
I also want to give big props to Colin for pointing out the Gender/Sex issue instead of going for the obvious joke. That was honestly probably one of my favourite parts of the whole thing.
Guess who, it's Kaosubaloo!August 25, 2014 at 9:37 pm #41543ArkaisModerator
Yeah, that was a great episode. Definitely looking forward to part 2, where (hopefully) everything gets worse and hilarity ensues.
"You'd be surprised how many calories hedonism burns."August 26, 2014 at 2:02 pm #41557
It was a fun episode, but I felt vicariously frustrated for all the shutdown’s @colin was experiencing every time he tried to do anything. It felt a little like Barty was the only character that didn’t get the memo about how that session was supposed to play out, so everything he tried to do was wrong. I could just be projecting, that used to happen to me a lot when I played more regularly.August 26, 2014 at 2:11 pm #41558Colin PetersonParticipant
@Max – Yeah, sometimes Barty breaks the story (as I’ve found out later) and this episode he couldn’t really make that happen, try as he might. 🙂 But ultimately, it was really really fun to play. Though, if you thought Barty was limited this episode…just wait till the next one. I ended up not knowing what the fuck to do at all with what I ended up with… HA. But it was still a ton of fun.August 26, 2014 at 2:40 pm #41561CatKeymaster
@maxacree Honestly, aside from knowing that we’d be swapping a bunch of body parts, we knew very little to “lead” the story per-se. (Except Ruel of course). Barty just has a weird bunch of urges that usually put him on the outs with… most things. Kill it, take it, bed it. Not that any of us are free from these vices, but ol’ Bart is the most wily for sure.August 27, 2014 at 2:31 am #41568HeavyDevilParticipant
This was amazing. I loved Righty and Jemellad (God that is awful but I don’t care). Your reactions both to your swaps and each other was hilarious.
That said I have an honest question. @Hex what the heck do you eat? Honestly, I have no clue as to what remaining foods are available for you to eat. Do you eat nothing but regular cheerios and empty tortillas?
PS – Shemak is hilariously calm about all this, and Barta is just frighteningly optimistic. Love all this.
My other name is RosswellAugust 27, 2014 at 5:49 am #41572ArmadonParticipant
Colin, you get a thumps up for thinking ahead in taking advantage of thier current situation, using the swap to keep hidden from his enemies.
Cap, loved your interaction to Righty (I support this new title). By the way does switching to Jamellad (I support this new title) help saving your throut when talking in character.
Hex, I can sympathise with you dislike for spice and chocolate. Though i can eat chocolate it isnt my sweet of choice, spicy is an annoying additive to me, but since marrying a Thai woman i found that i had to develop a resistance to it, which helped me taste new good things. My point, though you dont need to I recommend developing a resistance.
Lefty, (if she actually reads this) so pleased with your character take on the switch.
Ruel, good call blaming gnomes as for the pure corn chip. Could they however bribe the dock master to allow entrance, Pirates style?August 27, 2014 at 6:26 am #41573MParticipant
I was a little creeped out by Jamela’s “private moment”, but the “I hate it!” comment was such a hilariously bizarre reaction. Kind of reminds me of Galdap’s out of left field comments that really make the character.August 27, 2014 at 11:36 am #41575AnonymousInactive
I vote for coining the term “Pulling a Jamellad” as being “waking nude in an unfamiliar place and your first reaction is to masturbate without regard to the possibility of on-lookers”August 27, 2014 at 2:17 pm #41576August 27, 2014 at 4:17 pm #41578AnonymousInactive
@max: Yeah, its a corney hole where my mind dwells.August 28, 2014 at 9:15 am #41593
@Cap I was fairly sure that this one wasn’t scripted out. It’s just one of those things that can happen to certain members of an adventuring party. It used to happen to Chair as well, but in those scenarios I didn’t really care because I didn’t care for the way Mike played that character. I’ve always tended to roll Barty-esque characters and play that way, doing impulsive things to break out of Deliberation Stagnation and just make something happen. I give Reul credit that even though he obviously doesn’t want something to go a certain way, if the roll is good enough he’ll let it happen.August 31, 2014 at 5:30 pm #41700Shaded SpriterParticipant
I really liked the episode and I hope that Berta and the pirate get their wish and remain cute.
I am glad that Hex was back for this episode because like you said during the panel you need a stabilising force in the campaign.
I am hoping you can get another player into pokéballs of Stealix to play this part…because I don’t think Percy Pokewitz is up to the task.
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