A fully-packed slate ahead of GenCon, it’s the Saving Throw Twitch Clip Round-Up! This week: The Mana Dorks work on their branding, we get a double dose of the RPG Exploration Society, and the deadly Holiday season comes to a close Wildcards: East Texas University!
The fine folks at Cyanide & Happiness and Skybound Games have a new tabletop party game called Trial By Trolley currently funding on Kickstarter, where two teams and try to direct a hapless train conductor’s path onto the opposing team’s section of the tracks—and over a variety of potential victims. James Hudson from Skybound was kind enough to bring it by the Saving Throw Studio to play it with some of our friends (AKI, Gaurav Gulati, Eric Reichert, and Tyler Rhoades)! Take a look at some of the hi-jinks below, and back it on Kickstarter at the link above:
We picked up right where we left off last week, with the Study Group contending with a killer Santa Claus set loose on the ETU campus. Would they be able to stop this menace and keep the freshman that was seemingly in its crosshairs alive? Before the gang could answer that question in this adventure based on Owen Lean’s Horror for the Holidays, Dean Jordan Caves-Callarman had a question of his own (and he even answered this one himself). Have any of the players had a near death experience?:
And now for the highlights of the episode:
“Santa” was nice enough to bring gifts for each of our Sophomores as they grabbed a quick nap:
Mark Morrison from Campaign Coins came back to run another game for Saving Throw, taking a bunch of our friends (Aabria Iyengar, Tom Lommel, Mason McDaniel, and Steven Pope) into the horror-fantasy world of Schwalb Entertainment’s Shadow of the Demon Lord. Could our adventurers survive the worst the Underworld had to offer? And how does a bad crop of sprouts lead to the potential ruination of a town by malevolent spirits? See for yourself at the VOD above, or check out some highlights down below:
That’s all for this week’s round-up! As always, keep up with our schedule, follow us on Twitter to stay on top of what we’re up to! Speaking of which, you can see our full schedule for GenCon there next week, so if you’re headed there check the event finder and grab tickets while you still can!
Until next time, LET’S DUNGEON!