As those of you who follow our group closely may already know I have been extremely ill recently. This has led to a drop-off in audio from our group and ultimately, while our halloween special was recorded it hasn't emerged. Historically, our 'special episode' success rate has been (at best) 50%, so moving forward I will not be releasing a Christmas special this year.
Do not be alarmed, though, you our dear listener will still be receiving a present in thanks for sticking with us during this difficult period.
Over the next week we will be returning to our previously scheduled broadcasting, with weekly uploads to Hal to conclude our Hall of Bones/1975 cross-over campaign. On Christmas week we will also be uploading the first half of our next Old School campaign, Ravenloft: Night of the Walking Dead. This will feature the survivors of Hall of Bones/1975 being sucked into the demiplane of terror where all kinds of new challenges emerge as they attempt to find their way back home. That isn't all, on New Year's week I will be uploading the second half of Night of the Walking Dead!
This is an exciting time to be a Pantsless Fan and I look forward to seeing you all in 2015 as we welcome in our 6th year of producing content for you all. <3
Live long & prosper,
Daniel, Sam, Seth, Katie, Tess, Regan, Alex & Jess
The Pants Campers
Yeah I didn't know about that either, Hal. Thats a real kicker as I've been sinking a lot in DriveThru recently. Oh well, live & learn.
Welcome to the site, Strike. I'm Daniel another of the GMs here and like the Internet Explorers my group also plays online (we did it first ner ), though we lost our internet exclusivity badge when I started a Uni group irl to run classic d&d.
If you're looking for places to start you cant go wrong with anything by Whartson Hall, or anything from Hal's group (who I believe are playing 5e atm).
Bewt wishes and I hope you stay with us a while,
Genre: Fantasy Profanity Level: Jolly Sweary Indeed
The Great Goblin Sewing Bee
Returning back to the roots of his roleplaying 'career', Daniel drags his band of poor baby noobies through hell and back. Prior to slamming their faces into the brick wall that was B1: In Search of Adventure none of these students had ever gamed before. See how they fare in our all new series.
Not all players will see the end as you witness the birth of an all new RPGMP3 gaming group.
Cool, more Call of Cthulhu; what are you running? I'm planning to do some CoC over halloween and don't want to record the same module as you guys -- would be like turning up to a party in the same dress: awwwkwaaaarrd!
Hi there guys, its my birthday coming up surprising both friends and relatives alike in that I've manage to survive to reach 27! That said, the ever wonderful Tess (with help from the off-line gaming team) are buying me the two-army Kings of War starter set from Mantic Games (via elemental games, because damn they're cheap!). I was wondering if anyone on here had any experience of Kings of War and might have a comment or two?
Also, I'm curious, is the Warhammer/40k clone business really that big these days? Taking a look at the ever worsening state of GW's prices and rules-range -- what happened to Epic 40k and Blood Bowl, those games were ace?
LRP as a hobby is a wonderful way to enjoy your summer. It enables you to get out and about, meet new people and then chase them through the woods hitting them with sticks. My life is truly enriched by it and I hope you enjoyed this little album of my adventures.
Event 4 was the end of the LRP season for me and was a vast improvement on the earlier games. Definitely a good sign for the system's long term survival. The cult of the Rat Mother is now in full swing, with cultists joining together from both camps - as a result of me convincing some of the living that The Rat Mother is just an aspect of their god of life and healing, 'The Mother'. This ultimately resulted in the destruction of their temple as my cultists snuck in and desecrated it. The Duke's camp are now even more paranoid, they know the Children of the Rat Mother are among them, but they do not know who they are.
Furthermore, the cult also managed to successfully undergo a ritual to allow the Rat Mother to hear the prayers of the faithful. The path to her ascension to godhood begins.
Rat Mother among the Orcs
Father Kismet, Chosen of The Rat Mother
The Rat Mother greets a new convert
Why not to piss off the game organisers
Pandora, The Rat Mother, listening to the prayers of her Children
The Vale is another PVP LRP, this one divided into two camps. The oppressive forces of The Duke and the free forces of the Khan. I play Father Kismet, priest of the Rat Mother; who is played by the same person as The Lioness of Carthage. Vale is a new system, having just concluded it's first year.
I joined Vale at Event 2 and instantly made a splash. Undead, not having souls, do not normally have religion. So I made it my own, bringing faith to the Undead and countering the faith of the Duke's by preaching at them from atop the hill overlooking their camp. For my services I was rewarded with a Phylactery by the Khan himself - the first step in becoming a Lich.
Cultists of the Rat Mother
Event 3 was a bit of a slower one as the game's teething problems became more apparent. While not a terrible event, it wasn't the best. Highlights included a raid on the enemy camp that left them routed and me waking the entire enemy camp up a 0525 with a dawn sermon.