It’s Christmas Eve in O’Hare Airport and everyone is snowed in. There is something odd happening at Joey’s Burgers and what exactly is in that chopped pork sandwich anyway?
The heroes have found their quarry and are trying to get back to Barovia. Wait, that can’t be right, can it?
The investigators are delving into the mystery of the Carlisle expedition and are starting to learn the truth about what is happening. And the truth may be eroding their sanity. And a second trip to the Juju house may be in the offing.
In this episode we discuss the different types of gamemasters. We also talk about the types of problem players and how to handle them.
And in our alignment discussion we debate Lawful alignments in fiction and in reality.
The investigators continue looking into the death of their friend Jackson Elias. But, it seems, there are some people who are not happy about their investigation. It may be that there is nowhere to run, even the police may be in on it.
And, has one investigator already seen more than she can handle?
The investigators continue to investigate the unusual circumstances surrounding Jackson Elias. Could there be a cult at work in New York? And can the police be trusted?
In this episodes the Rollin Nerds kick off the classic Call of Cthulhu campaign Masks of Nyarlathotep.
In the opening episode the characters are contacted by an old friend who needs a team of investigators. Sounds simple enough, right?
The Nerds continue their education at Kagegami High. A new girl shows up at Kagegami and what is that on the horizon? A sharkicane!
The Nerds are high school students at a Japanese school for girls. The problem is they don’t remember applying to the school or even how they got here. In this episode the girls meet their room mates and some of the other inhabitants of Kageshimi. It’s sure to be “A Smiling Time”
The Rollin Nerds are high school students at a Japanese school for girls. The problem is they don’t remember applying to the school or even how they got here. In this episode the girls meet their roommates and some of the other inhabitants of Kageshima. It’s sure to be “A Smiling Time”