Minionworks - Actual Play RPG Podcasts
About This Show
Welcome to the official feed of Minionworks - home of Troublesome Times in Tumbleson County™, Welcome to Dooneyland™, and other actual-play RPG podcasts! Troublesome Times in Tumbleson County™ is a weekly series set in 1933 Not-Mississippi, near the end of Prohibition, in a county full of monsters, demons, and pure evil... and that's just the citizens. Welcome to Dooneyland™ is a limited series set in a present-day alternate universe where Iowa farmer-turned-animator Harland Dooney's world-famous theme park isn't called the "Most Magical Place Anywhere" for nothing. Minionworks is also partnered with Freelance Heroism, a 5E "Curse of Strahd" adventure made by some of our fans! Find out more about us at minionworks.net!
Most Recent Episode
MPN 5.1 - Freelance Minions (The Roll for Relief Crossover Event Re-Broadcast)
Dec 28 17
Think you've heard every misadventure the Minions have ever survived? Think again! When the gang returned from Arborea with the Glass of Truth and a magic wagon in tow... and literally crashed an Eladrin wedding in the process... the Minions took a few days off while Salle the Sorceress took the newly-christened Stabbin' Wagon in for some upgrades. Not content to remain idle, nor stay partially stainless steel, Bullock Borneoake did some research and now thinks he's found a doorway to a city run by Warforged that might be able to help him out of his platinum-plated predicament. Now all he has to do is convince the others. Simple? Riiiiight. This game was played and broadcast live on Twitch in September 2017 with our friends from Freelance Heroism for our Roll for Relief campaign to help out the victims of Hurricane Harvey. We proudly present it again, in its entirety, for you to roll out the new year with!
Episodes of This Show
Dec 14 17
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