Clips of the Week (1/20)

January 27, 2019 djregular 406 1 Comment

We’ve got a double dose of superheroics on this week’s Saving Throw Show​​​ (Twitch | Twitter | YouTube) clip round-up! The lineup: Tempting Fate continues their jaunt Into The Spider-Verse in a new universe and with a new Spider-Man, Michael Holmes takes us to [insert city here] with Mutants & Masterminds, the crew from Deepwater Deep continues to contend with their prophecy, the Flock Party navigates their new world in Ironkeep Chronicles, and our freshmen deal with the fallout from orientation on Wildcards: East Texas University!






Sunday – 01/20: Lasers & Feelings (Grab John Harper’s Lasers & Feelings here) – Into The Spider-Verse (VOD)

Our amazing arachnids were one hero down at the end of last week’s show, thrown into yet another new universe, and things looked grim. They’d get some help though, from Internet Sensation Amy Dallen™! You can see how things shake out for her Patience Parker and the rest of the gang at the VOD up above, and see highlights from Rick Budd’s Spidey-centric opus in the clips below:

Introducing Patience Parker.
Spider-Ham breaks the sizable tension.
Introducing Peter Porker.
The Sorceress Supreme offers her aid.
Spider-Wheels (Sam de Leve) asks a very important question and Webb (Markeia McCarty) concurs.
Alistair (Gina Devivo) transforms!
Into The Squirrel-Verse.
Enter The Stephlapod.


Monday – 01/21: Mustants & Masterminds (PDF | Amazon) – Shadows of the Mirror-Men (VOD

Welcome to a different, stranger Los Angeles, courtesy of Michael Holmes and Green Ronin’s Mutants & Masterminds! This Monday gave us the first episode of a brand new mini-series, where a cast of extraordinary roleplayers (Jody Houser,Jennifer Kretchmer, Steven Pope, and Eric Reichert) become Icarus’ most valuable employees as they uncover a strange secret under the streets of the City of Angels.

Introducing our heroes.
Dr. Armstrong takes the podium.
What Chuck thinks is a major faux pas, just turns out to be an “occupational hazard.”
Skyler and Chuck have contrasting styles.
Something strange is afoot in the tunnel
Flashback: Skyler Smythe’s job interview.
King Z pulls off a radioactive bankshot.
Skyler tries to get through to the Mirror-Men.
“Correlation is not causation…”


Tuesday – 01/22: Starfinder (Amazon) – Starfinder (VOD)

This week on Deepwater Deep (live from Paizo’s Twitch), the crew communed with a deity…or talked with a brain in a metal container, depending on your view. They also narrowly avoided causing an intergalatic incident, and got a treasure trove of new gear that they’ll almost certainly need to deal with their next mission. Join Tyler Rhodes as he takes the party further along the path of their prophecy:

Mira (Revati Dhomse) and Twill (Dan Peck) engage in top-tier subterfuge to heal Nolbavabek (Jordan Pridgen).
Cameo by ME! If you wanna learn how to cameo on the show, watch live Tuesdays at 7:30PM PST!
Prophecies, like art, are subjective.
Two collectors of different stripes talk shop.
Bek’s loyalty to weaponry only goes so far.
Easy way to get Mira on your side: Superior Firepower.
It turns out you CAN petition Methork with prayer.
Capt. Dean (Jesse Durant) lays down the law.


Wednesday – 01/23: D&D 5e (Amazon) – Ironkeep Chronicles (VOD)

With the Flock Party temporarily down to a trio (feel better, Krystina!), our faithful adventurers set off on a heist to retrieve a very special deck of cards as part of their quest to find the next piece of the rod. See where DM Tom Lommel guides the crew for the next part of our adventure at the VOD above, or catch highlights below:

When Alton catches someone eyeing him, Strum (Havana Mahoney) and Badger (Kyle Capps) know precisely what to do.
The party makes introductions.
If you needed more reason to join our Discord
The gang has trouble taking a hint.
The chefs in this place have a good time.
Alton’s signal to jump in: Very subtle
Strum’s Hideous Laughter.


Friday – 01/25: Savage Worlds (DriveThruRPG) – Wildcards: East Texas University (VOD)

It’s the freshmen’s first week at East Texas University, and things haven’t gotten any less strange with classes in session. In-between getting used to the hustle of school days and strange nightmares, the freshmen run afoul of another student with an affinity for insects. Before that though, Dean Jordan Caves-Callarman started things off with a question he missed last week: What does your character look like?

And now, the highlights:

Addie’s first meeting with a fellow library tech is less than friendly.
Josh fairs a little better with his first KTRU meetup.
Calvin’s nightmares have strange real world consequences.
Rhan gets another gift from home.
The Freshmen meet Bugboy.
A rude awakening.
Rhan has a healthy sense of boundaries with his new friends.
Bugboy’s secrets revealed.


Remember to keep an eye out on the schedule to stay in the loop for all of Saving Throw’s shows, and if you’re looking for something to hold you down in-between our next stream, why not check out our preview of the Skybound Games’ new game, Valor & Villainy! It’s currently on Kickstarter, and you can check out Meghan Caves, Jessie Hendricks, and Steven Pope playing it with James Hudson right here!

Until next time, LET’S DUNGEON!

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