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Good Job Adventures
54 minutes | a month ago
Episode 37: On The Brink
"Speak to this Abishai but beware, he carries a terrible truth." "Oooh, that's bad." "But the truth will help save the party?" "That's good!" "The truth is about the inevitable destruction of the universe" "That's bad." "But Kahraba knows how to escape it." "That's good!" "Kahraba is still working to finish the machine needed to avert this crisis.......that's bad." "Can I murder hobo now?"
81 minutes | a month ago
Episode 36: Jack and the Brain Stalk
Did you ever heard the Tragedy of Monk Jackie the Brainless? I thought not. It’s not a story her pupil would remember. It's a Jander side quest. Monk Jackie was a Drunken Master Monk, so powerful and so alcoholic she could use her ki to influence her hands to create fists... She had such a knowledge of martial arts that she could even keep the ones she cared about from getting sunburnt. The Monk side of martial arts is a pathway to many abilities some consider to be useless. She became so "powerful"... the only thing she was afraid of was being murdered by killbots, which eventually, of course, she was. Unfortunately, she taught her apprentice nothing she knew, then her apprentice forgot about her in his sleep. It's ironic she couldn't save others from death, especially herself.
48 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 35: Extremely Loud and Incredibly Hot
New year, new you. New episode, new Aul. After tricking the kobolds in the construction lab with his vast wit (he was loud angry robot), Aul and party explore the room where the magic (circles) happen. Tak'tha assumes control of Group A, headed off to destroy Kahraba's automatons and Eligos' self-esteem. Wroth and Aul lead Group Arthos to explore the main antechamber. There's a magic circle here. Wroth get half chub. Kobauld and Arthos trick enemies into circle for Wroth to teleport. Wroth now full chub.
57 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 33: They Call Me Mr. Back, Pt. 1
Has this ever happened to you? You're going about your day, exploring the depths of a sinister volcanic lair, when the wooden bridge you are crossing collapses, casting you down into a dark ravine and an even darker future of constant back pain. If so, you may be entitled to damages. Reach out now to Aul Speaks For You, the premiere lawful evil lawfirm for bridge related incidents. And if you are stabbed by an assassin then flung into automata combat while serving the defendant, Aul will help you with that too. Because at this firm, we have your back. As we say always say, wrongful injury is not water under the bridge. The only thing under the bridge is you (and your future settlement!). Call now please!!
34 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 31: The Mighty Klumps
A lot of crucial things happen this episode. Some of us cross a bridge. Some of us don't. Some of our fatter members fall through a bridge. Some of us (everyone else) don't. Some of us traverse a cave with bugs in it. Some of us also do that but in a different cave. But ultimately all of us learn something valuable about the meaning of "friendship". Namely that that dumb bug guy thought it was an actual ship.
60 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 30: A Tale of Two Parties
You asked and we listened: vaping is now canon in the GJACU (GJA Cinematic Universe (Good Job Adventures Cinematic Universe)). After escaping from the brig with his bug friend (the bug says “acquaintance” is more accurate), Arthos kills both the generator and Wroth's buzz. In this lights out episode, both past and future cling to the darkness, waiting to be uncovered. As Aul once said, “strange and awful things lurk inside the shadow of every man.” And as Jander once strangely and awfully remarked to Eligos, "in the dark, no one can hear you scream". It's worth noting it was nighttime when Jander screamed this.
40 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 29: The Pit and the Petulant
One does not simply walk into Burj al-Barq. There is a gate. A metal gate. Bread boy thicc. And some strict entry guidelines enforced by two air elements (more like square elementals, as they are lame). After refusing a deal to accept the party's prison labor they instead make a counteroffer: to imprison us. Luckily, Wroth's circle gets these squares. Though the deal went south (for Arthos, who fell in a pit), things are looking up for the rest of the party (there's an elevator and also no more Arthos). Something happened with a gargoyle too, but he's dead now.
54 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 28: Red For Miles
You may hate this episode, it's coarse and gets everywhere. After testing their metal against a horde of rampaging killbots (and also Arthos), the party makes headway through some red clay, crossing the unforgiving Alharu Badlands (though not before Aul crosses the town mayor). Between red sand, redder sunburns, and reddest lava, this camel towed party truly gets their just deserts.
54 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 27: It's All Overclocked
You've heard of Air Jordan, yeah? Well check out the hang time on Air Aul. You've heard of Air Bud? Well Arthos is nearly as intelligent. You've heard of Air Pods? Well listen to Wroth's ear splitting shatter. And you've heard of Eligos and Jander? They breathe air. Check out the episode please.
32 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 26: Mr. Onyxwho?!?
There's a new Sheriff in town and his name is the Artist Formerly Known as Vilhelm. Watch out you flesh frying freebooters, bar burning bandits, serial killer sommeliers, letter reading vagabonds, and salacious goblin solicitors, cause this Sheriff isn't afraid to get his hands dirty....with blood!
69 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 25: All You've Ever Wanted
It's a big day for Big Heph, and a bigger day for Big Heph's best boy Bilhelm the Boblin Bucker. Face to face with a creature that defies explanation (especially Ander's), the party begins to understand what force has been warping fate against them. And they begin to understand why no one bought Breathweaver a birthday present. How will the party fare against a creature of pure malice and murderous intent? (No, it's not Ander, though also yes, it's Ander).
47 minutes | 8 months ago
Episode 24: Put a Pin in It
As a crab has pincers, we have pins, sure. The party is a bunch of Snakes on an Ethereal Plane, trying to find din din for Blasto, which apparently is his actual name. But instead of Samuel L. Jackson swearing, we have First Mate John Peters discussing the ins and outs of 69ing. And instead of snakes we have many, many references. And instead of jet fuel, we have steel beams. We didn't think it was physically possible but this episode both blows and sucks.
49 minutes | 9 months ago
Episode 23: Dan Schneidorb
Things are really heating up this episode, and though the metal's not quite molten, it sure is moltin'. Aarakocra and kenku are back at it, as birds of a fetter concoct together. Dubilious tests his mettle with his metal test, as the party dubiously meddles with some testy canines. Dan Schneider lurks in the shadows, hungry for human-dragon flesh.
47 minutes | 9 months ago
Episode 22: The Doom of Big Boom
The fans asked and we listened: the origin story of Oakley Bumer is revealed this episode! The origin story of his death. Got 'em. Also Gol ‘em. Bumer ear-waxes poetic as he and another fan favorite (the ice wall penetrator) are gruesomely gruesomed. Also, about 40 different IPs are made canon. Including, fan favorite GOOP™
55 minutes | 10 months ago
Episode 21: The Line of Best Hit
What secrets await in Vault 69? An ass-lusted goblin, a demonic fuck goat, or Todd Howard's latest Fallout disappointment? Unfortunately, we don't know. The party decided to advance the story instead. Surprising, we know. Later, the mysterious bony boy returns to make things a bit saucy. His magic finger makes the party go wild, as he disrupts a 47 person conga line with his dastardly magic!
61 minutes | 10 months ago
Episode 20: Rolling Rainbow
A new challenger approaches! Armed with dogs and dogged by skeletons, this bony boy never learned it's rude to point at people....especially when a vaporizing green ray comes out of your finger. We get it, you vaporize. Second half is blueprint, mirror puzzle, lil' bit of elevator.
64 minutes | a year ago
Episode 19: Vrrrp
There’s a few red flags this episode, and one of them marks the ship of famed captain, Wilford Weatherville, scourge of a non-suspicious number of seas. Forming his makeshift crew is Vilhelm the Critic, Eligos the Cruel, Ander the Unholy, and John Peters, trusted first mate and definitely not co-captain. At Van Korfer’s, they meet a few inventors with some funny ideas, and meet one with some unfunny ideas. This laughable clown will walk the plank; no one will remember him when he’s gone.
93 minutes | a year ago
Episode 18: Larry's Dojo
The bar’s set high this episode, as the party works to hone their crafts and brew some protein shakes. Vilhelm forges some wavy knives, Ander cheats on his loyal patron, Aul starts binging Monk, and Breathweaver flies now! Eligos ruins the best laid plans of mice and Vin.
55 minutes | a year ago
Episode 17: Pushing Roses
Description: The failed ascension of the tower has left the party wounded and weary. Laying to rest the two lives lost at its peak, they soon find a promising lead to another tower: an exclusive invitation addressed to Cas, for a meeting of the minds hosted by Tophec's richest man, Fixis van Korfer.
109 minutes | a year ago
Live Episode: Rise of the Rat King
Alack! Come all ye faithless, tis’ a dark and stormy Wednesday night! Evil hath set a sight most foul upon the town o’ Spartzagard . Caught in the crosshairs doth be-ith our five spirit-stained sirrah. Survival doth ist rarer than a nobleman’s laugh for tonight rapture's ravin feast. Tis’ a plague with no cure, no name, no end, no mercy. And it’s name...is Chrees. Ye best pray for mercy in-ith ....Rise of the Rat King!
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