The Black God’s Drums Review: Freedom

BY ON August 16th, 2018

When I was born, my great grandmother put a black fist bracelet around my wrist to protect me from evil spirits. And I was six, the first time my grandmother called me a child of Shango. I grew up knowing about the Orishas, connecting their qualities to those of Catholic saints. I knew the facts …

BY ON August 16th, 2018

The Dude….. Henderson! This week we present Old Man Henderson Director’s Cut Part 3, from 1d4Chan! Old Man Henderson was written as a forum post, and so isn’t the traditional type of reading we’ve done. It’s a story of insanity, awesomeness, and revenge. It was written by Waffle House Millionaire, and later by A Self Called …

BY ON August 15th, 2018

Please enter the elevator. I would caution you, for your own safety, please do not engage with the elevator at this time. The elevator AI is here for your service and protection during transportation scenarios, but you are not in a condition where undue stress is wise. Simply enter the elevator, and await your arrival. …

BY ON August 15th, 2018

I’m a sorting hat and I like to sing – join me next time! This week, Bijaya doesn’t sing us the Sorting Hat’s new song, we all learn how friendship is the key to happiness or something, and the Quizzich Cup race gains new grounds when one contestant overtakes the lead!  Find us on Twitter at …

BY ON August 14th, 2018

Phos, a member of a community of creatures made from gemstones, feels useless and incomplete, unable to contribute anything to their comrades due to their utter lack of competence. Under threat from mysterious creatures from the moon, the gemstones defend themselves from being smashed into pieces and “collected” by these beings. After a chance encounter …

BY ON August 13th, 2018

Time to go to literal heaven. We are sure that nothing bad will happen in literal heaven. Time to kick back and relax and drink whatever Pelor and his buds drink. Probably some sort of like…wine made out of…grapes.  I almost feel bad for how easy this next step in our Orb Mystery will be. …

BY ON August 11th, 2018

Wow. Just…wow. In a good way. In the best way. You want to know how to do horror and gore and also troubled family dynamics and colonialism in a single YA book? Look no further. Rebecca Schaeffer’s Not Even Bones is your dark remedy to the fact that Darkdawn got pushed back. This is one …

BY ON August 9th, 2018

Swift seems pretty nice and this flying Casino her runs rules.  This is a 5e Dungeons & Dragons adventure set in Northwestern Drunkeros and DMed by Tim Lanning. This is all possible due to the wonderful folks who support our Patreon. Thank you! This week we are joined by  Matthew Morris (@matthewmmorris), Courtney Spurlin (@C_A_Spurlin), and Matt …

BY ON August 8th, 2018

As the Good Guy Squad delve deeper behind the Onyx door, they are confronted with their worst fears. This episode features Tim Lanning as Barley the Guhboi and was recorded as part of the International Tabletop Day charity stream where the GeeklyInc community raised over $9000 for the Alzheimer’s Association. If you wish to support …

BY ON August 8th, 2018

Look, don’t go around calling people “Loony” okay??? This week, Sarah introduces us to a new character, the gang discusses said new character some more, and the battle for the Quizzich Cup is neck and neck! Find us on Twitter at @potterpod or shoot us an email at potterpod@geeklyinc.com. http://dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/http://www.geeklyinc.com/potterpod/hp-b5-ch10.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | …

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