Pokemon World Tour: United
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043 - The Kanto Underground Trial League 001: The Sandstone Labyrinth
While they wait for Cira's boss to get her a list of which Jennys are compromised, Rose, Cobalt, and Victor hang around Celadon City. Cira decides to take them to a new snesation sweeping the hidden places in Kanto. Shannon Manor joins Jake, Josh, and Alan in this clandestine episode of Pokemon World Tour United!Shannon's on twitter @shannonmanorPatreon: patreon.com/heyjakeandjoshEmail: PWTpodcast@gmail.comTwitter: @PWTpodcastShop: teepublic.com/user/heyjakeandjosh
Rated 5 out of
My favorite podcast
Pokémon World Tour United (or PWTU) is my favorite podcast. I felt that I needed to start off with that seeing I won’t do much but gush in this review. I also tried to make this review as spoiler free as possible for potential new listeners.
PWTU is an actual play podcast of the Pokémon tabletop united roleplay system, a fan made tabletop RPG about the Pokémon series.
In this podcast you primarily follow the main trio of Jake Mason, Josh Nichols and Alan Sells. But sometimes there are also guests.
Jake plays Rose Jenny, the first Jenny who doesn’t want to become a cop. Her starter is Bango the Growlithe who is a jealous boy.
Josh plays Cobalt Elm, a boy from pallet town who wants to go on a Pokémon journey since he was young. His starter Pokémon is Treble the Cyndaquil who is a sweet boy.
Then there is Alen who is the GM so he pretty much plays everyone else who isn’t a guest. He also plays Victor a boy who eventually joins Rose and Cobalt on their journey.
Speaking of guests, the most frequent one is Shannon Manor who plays Cira. Shannon also made the official artwork for PWTU.
Now let’s begin gush over this podcast shall we. The adventures are great, the characters are great, the Pokémon are adorable and all have their distinct personality, Alan does the best Pokémon impressions that I heard anyone make which also help feel the Pokémon unique from each other, the sound quality is phenomenal, the lengths per episode are perfect not to long not to short. There is always something that wants you to listen to the next episode ASAP. It’s just great.
And I think I just need to keep it at that, while I can write pages about how great this podcast is but sometimes less is more. I just want to encourage people to give this podcast a listen. You won’t regret it, at least I didn’t.
Date published: 2018-04-12