I came across the podcast what feels like a long time ago while searching for D&D podcasts online. It was listed as one that Brian Posehn did.... While I discovered that was not the case, I was already hooked.
When I reached somewhere around episode 150, Mr. Lanning recommended inventing time travel to join all the previous live streams on twitch, and, since a more compelling argument for time travel doesn't exist, the challenge was accepted.
It took a while, but I was finally able to create a non-paradox inducing form of time travel and joined the twitch as a fake slabber. Meanwhile, unbeknownst to His Thriftyness, I fed upcoming story information to a certain unsuspecting, innocent dragon born wielding player.
At first he was wary of my prophetic knowledge of their adventures, but quickly started using the information for good. Thus began a golden age in Drunkeros in which Titus had family members and an unexploded bod, Thom got all the best body parts and fish buckets, Wiggins stabbed Ros, and Aludra always had the beefiest of burritos. Jaela even retired from the adventuring life to raise a herd of pegacorns.
Meanwhile in the realm of earth, Geekly Inc. soared to new heights becoming a Fortune 500 company and creating a chain of super awesome stores across the country. Due to the popularity and financial success of both his campaign and business, His Thriftyness ran for president. His campaign proved a nat 20, and he was elected in the greatest landslide democracy has ever experienced, becoming America's DM.
Under his leadership war ended, as matters of state were settled with die rolls, and no child went to bed hungry for more d20s. The golden age of Drunkeros spread to IRL.
Alas, the golden age met with a violent end when a couple years later when two androids showed up in a coastal town and started wreaking havoc across the world. No one was powerful enough to stop them, and our greatest warrior had died a year prior. I did my best to defeat them, even tried a training montage with a one-armed monk, but these monstrous foes cannot be destroyed.
I managed to escape, barely, and used the last of my strength to travel back and leave this message in hopes that you fellow Geeklies would heed my warning:
Totally worth it.