Closing out May strong, it’s the weekly Saving Throw clip round-up! This week: New Pantheon makes its way to Los Angeles, Mysterium discover the source of Eden Vale’s woes, the Mana Dorks took on the chat, and the RPG Exploration Society wasn’t afraid of spectral apparitions.
With Memphis in the rear view, our gang of divine offspring made their way to Los Angeles. Specifically, a casino called Arcadia, run by Puck (yes, that Puck) at the end of a rainbow road. They encouraged the proletariat to rise up, met their parents, and were less than impressed with cosmic horrors, all en route to a big cliffhanger…because New Pantheon’s now an ongoing campaign! Check out ST Steven Pope and the rest of the crew at the VOD above, see some highlights down below, and be sure to tune in on June 9th for more Scion action:
The psychics have found themselves at the center of an unlikely haunting, as the formerly quaint hamlet of Eden Vale has been plagued by the terror of a Japanese spirit. GM Meghan Caves guided our coterie of mystics further into danger as they tried to ward off the Slit Mouth Woman and save one of their own, and you can check out the episode on VOD, or check out some highlights below:
Gaurav and Jordan kept the Magic: The Gathering Arena train rolling, this time with match-ups against members of chat! Check out the VOD to see how our Dorks fared against the viewing audience, but you can see a few highlights down below:
Who ya gonna call? Well, for the purposes of avoiding copyright infringement, let’s refer to them as the Apparition Apprehenders. The honorable RPG Exploration Society returns, and along with it, Tom Lommel made his way back into the GM’s chair to run a session of Jared A. Sorensen‘s horror-comedy RPG, where ghost hunting meets capitalism and bureaucracy. A cast of all-stars (Havana Mahoney, Negaoryx, Eric Reichert, and Amy Vorpahl) joined him as employees of a Detroit-based business, dedicated to ridding you of things that go bump in the night. What Canadian celebrity is their benefactor? Will inter-office romance threaten to hamper their productivity? What venerable space-opera franchise’s future hangs in the balance? All those questions and more are covered in the VOD above, but you can see a few highlights below:
One more week in the books! As always, be sure to keep an eye out on the schedule to stay in the loop for all of Saving Throw’s shows, including Monday’s finale of Mysterium: Hidden Signs.
Kuchisake Onna has been defeated! What’s next for the #psychics?— Meghan Caves (@meghancaves) May 30, 2019
Tune in this Monday 8 pm PT for the final episode of #MysteriumRPG Hidden Signs.#SavageWorlds #horror #ttrpg pic.twitter.com/nJfX7LVk7b
Until next time, LET’S DUNGEON!!