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Episode Info: Support Topic Lords on Patreon and get episodes a week early! Lords: Elena plugs whale sharks. Good whale shark faces: Kappa is Kappa on and viniferavaria on Twitch. Topics: Whale sharks. Ask Me About My Bizarre Quasi-Fanfiction (Animorphs/Madoka thematic fusion, sword of truth retake, lilite satanist narnia...) Did you see that video where the Super Monkey Ball superfan went on a quest to find the narrator's voice actor? Quest to find narrator: A supposed new SMB game: A ZZT community member recreated the lost ZZT source code from scratch and it compiles to a byte-identical executable Josh asks "" Van Halen and the brown M&Ms Bug reports and changelogs from video games that are just close enough to real life to be surreal Microtopics: The whale shark's incredibly dumb face. Lilite Satanist Narnia. The Satanist version of what Narnia is to Christians and Golden Compass is to atheists. Telling your best friend about the magical key you just found and going off together to have adventures. Suddenly becoming monarch of a place you've never heard of and having to set policy when you're thirteen years old and have never taken an economics class in your life and also it's a magical kingdom so it uses magic economics anyway. Building a paradise for people against their will. Seeing enough sexism that you have to invent a splinter sect to get rid of it. Nostalgic fiction from people with really weird backgrounds. An 80s-ass computer terminal with an extremely full ashtray next to it. Nostalgia for 16th century Polynesia. Second-hand nostalgia. Going on a quest to find the voice actor of a beloved video game. Whether or not Sega is currently producing another Super Monkey Ball. Whether or not you should monkey some balls. Turning dials at the edge of a board and a ball bearing falls into a hole. Going into the recording both with no context for the lines you are about to read. Actors reading individual lines in a vacuum rather than reacting to each other. Not having a good way to order the lines in your branching script so you deliver the lines to the actor in alphabetical order. Using CD audio to store your sounds so you can only have 99 individual things you can play. The last of the Guild of Weavers. All the adults getting turned into swans and flying away. An adventure game where you play a sequence of notes to select a verb. Not having perfect pitch but being glad that there is a game mode for people who do. Trying to summon a demon from ...

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