Minionworks Podcasting Network
About This Show
Welcome to the all new Minionworks Podcasting Network - home of The Misadventures of Max's Minions, Troublesome Times in Tumbleson County, The Minionrillion, and more podcasts coming in 2017! The Misadventures of Max's Minions (Seasons 1-3) is a weekly 4th-edition-based D & D campaign following a misguided and hapless group of... oh, let's call them "heroes" for the sake of argument, as they unravel a mystery spanning from the Nentir Vale to the Endless Halls to the famed City of Doors, Sigil. Troublesome Times in Tumbleson County (Season 1) is a weekly campaign run using the Monster of the Week RPG system set in Not-Mississippi near the end of prohibition in 1933 in a county full of monsters, demons, and pure evil... and that's just the citizens. The Minionrillion (Chapter 1) picks up after the events of The Misadventures of Max's Minions and follows the party, with a few newcomers, on a entirely new misadventure. Plus, new content coming in 2017!
Most Recent Episode
Tumble_S01Ep18 - Bobby-Jack's Wild Ride
2 days ago
The bank had been robbed. Deputy Charlie Parcell was dead. The Eden Cafe had been temporarily closed on the account of copious amounts of blood on the tables and floor. It's just wasn't shaping up to be Sheriff Ferguson's day. To make matters worse, Bobby-Jack's brush with an anachronistic viewing of Ben-Hur at the Plantation Movie House in Jubilation had spurred him on to turn some junkyard refuse and Sweetie the Mule into his own personal chariot. While Zenobia and Sam tried to help Horace piece together the details of the Herons' bank heist, Wee Humphrey was out trying to find a good spot to bury his bumper... and that's not a euphemism for anything. All of these events are about to collide and, when they do, you'll believe mules can fly.
Rated 5 out of
Great actual-play RPG
Funny, odd at times, and almost always entertaining. The new game, Tumbleson, is a lot of fun to listen to as it combines both actual-play and radio drama with really good production values. Plus the characters are hilarious. Not for listening around kids, though.
Date published: 2017-03-12