Episode 209 – The Quest to Save Tidtowne

By Michael DiMauro on

About Michael DiMauro

Michael founded GeeklyInc with Tim Lanning 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 Michael could have never imagined.

 

With Timothy missing in action, we have taken on a bit of a side quest this week. We follow a brutish force of monsters as they go on a dangerous quest to save the noble leader of Tidtowne. At first it might not seem like this has a whole lot to do with our main protagonists, but stay with us gentle listeners. It will all pay off in the end.

The adventure begins with Tug (Mike Bachmann), Baz (Jennifer Cheek), Kass (Nika Howard), Beetle (Carly Shields) and your Dungeon Master (Michael DiMauro).  Don’t forget to follow our editors Steph Kingston (@stephokingston) and David Stewart (@spudcam)!

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6 comments

  1. i’m through episode 15-16 (with a couple newer ones as well). You all make laugh and seem like my kind of people.

    While you may not remember it, Mike’s aside to the audience of “this is why they take so long” is just one of many comments that made me laugh. That and the Junpei’s brain exploding segment.

    Thanks for the laughs!

  2. Slabber checking in with a production note: I like all the new audio effects in general, but the sustained rising pitch atmospheric tones made this almost unbearable to listen to this week. It would seem a reasonable choice for expressing creepy-ness and suspense, but it goes on too long and undercuts the pleasure of your humor.
    I love all the new touches, but maybe consider much shorter & more infrequent uses of that effect.
    Regular musical touches are fine, the foley work is fun, but the comradeship of the team is the jewel.
    I really love the show for the fun and goofy stuff, and I really want to continue to enjoy listening to you all.
    Keep up the awesome, folks!

      • David!
        Thanks so much for doing what you do!
        I hesitated to even write to you all about it, but I love this podcast so dang much and look forward to it every week.
        Thanks for being receptive to feedback. I’m well aware that it can be a tender thing to have an adored project critiqued, and it is so generous of you to listen with an open mind & heart.
        Thanks again for all the work you put into this. It really makes a gorgeous end product.

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