Episode 25 — The Locker Gifts
Posted 14 May 2013 - 11:03 PM
Posted 15 May 2013 - 05:38 AM
Gerry you magnificient bastard.
Posted 15 May 2013 - 06:58 AM
BTW Stargoyle was a replacement member for KISS right?
Posted 15 May 2013 - 11:21 AM
I love this show. I mean it when I say it is one of only 2 even listenable D&D podcasts on the web and its the only one that records regularly. Sark's world development and DMing is sublime. I've only had one mild instance of being underwhelmed and that was because what had come before it was so great, plus I'm a whiney ass-hole. The way the gang plays is whats best about D&D and is what every table should aim to be. In character play, out of character fucking around, and no gigantic social outcasts who laugh after every single thing they say ** . I look forward to this podcast every week.
Okay this will be my last negative comment about Bartho Shett I swear but, damn I forgot he was dragon-born! I even said out loud "oh shit yeah thats right" when Sark brought it up. I forgot because there is just absolutely nothing to that character. Not a thing. Nothing to make you remember who he is, what he is, or what purpose he serves. He's a dragon-born with a strength of 21 or 22 (I only know because they said it this episode)? Has he ever displayed his tank ability in combat? I'm asking sincerely. Even his "tailor-made" locker gift was only unique because it was for a dragon. Everything else went with character as well. Amarth's a muscular dolt quick to anger, Mildred has a big heart and a big brow, Blackie can be summed up with the phrase "finger guns", and Sir Richard (and Naked Druid Bear Man before him) both had unique characters, such that the boards were clamoring for the latter's return. Bartho Shett is....what?
** seriously thats why I can't even tolerate any of the myriad D&D / Pathfinder podcasts on itubes and elsewhere - the geek laughing. OH.My.. God. On every single podcast there's on of those fuckers that laughs after every single thing they say with that exhale-breath laugh. There's one where they eat the whole time,like directly into the mic. I'm on a D&D/Pathfinder kick right now so I've been chasing down as many of these as I can. I should go through and list the most egregious examples.
Posted 15 May 2013 - 11:31 AM
Have you ever listened to the Critical Hit podcast, out of curiosity? I mostly like that one.