Episode 62 – To Know Thyself

By Tim Lanning on

About Tim Lanning

Tim founded GeeklyInc with Michael DiMauro way back in 2013 when they realized they had two podcasts and needed a place to stick them. Since then, Geekly has grown and taken off in ways Tim could have never imagined.

 

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It is a terrible thing to have to face all that you are without the cool, calming balm that our memories tend to apply to all our shortcomings. Friends, family – please accept our newest entry into the Drunks and Dragons saga. Please also take a look into your own heart. Look into your mirror without any pretense. Our show is firstly a self-help podcast aimed to purge, however painfully, any imperfections that exist within your tortured soul. Bonana.

The adventure continues with Titus Harper (Tim Lanning), Thom the Dragonborn (Mike Bachmann), Aludra (Jennifer Cheek) and your Dungeon Master (Michael DiMauro).

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12 comments

  1. The discussion in the middle is exactly why time-travel plotlines fill me with an unholy rage. If nothing can be changed, then the book should be the same. If you can change things, then their memories and bodies should have changed at the same time as the book… so from their point of view, nothing can be changed.
    Unless by traveling back in time they have in essence been “severed” from the timeline, so that they aren’t affected by the changes they make (at least until they return to thier own time)… but then the book shouldn’t have changed.
    To but it another way: AaaarrghaaaaaaaRedRum

    Actually, there is a fix – the tooth-elf remembered the old past in the christmas special, as did the players, but Big Red did not, so maybe they have some form of protection spell on them?

  2. Time is not a straight line on a piece of paper, and it can’t be separated from reality. Every possible variable is just as legitimate as every other. If you travel back in time and change something, the timeline you would then exist within would be no less legitimate than the timeline from which you originally sprang. One doesn’t have to be “false” for the other to be “true”.

    In short, paradoxes are bullshit.
    As are the time travel objections that arise from the assumption of paradoxes.

  3. also, none of the people involved are time travel experts (because no one is) and were winging it.
    I thought it was an interesting conversation, as did Thrifty I presume which is why he let it continue.

  4. OMG THE FOUR MANKINS FROM THE FIRST VISIT TO THE VAULT OF TRANTON THUMBLE ARE THE FOUR HERO’S THAT STOP THE DEMONS BECAUSE IT WAS A ROUG MAGIGAN WARRIOR AND A COMANDER WITH PERFECT ARMOR FOR EACH PLAYER SRRY FOR BAD SPELLING SPEED TYPING

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