PS2J has their first session of Bullshit D20.
Its a game where one person is the Dm and has a D20. The players try to make characters and have an adventure while the DM rolls their single D20 to determine whether you can do what you want, exceed at what you did or completely fail at what you want.
So, a zombie goes into a hobbit tinkerer’s shop to buy some Turbo Legs…
Stop me if you’ve heard this one?

 

Alan – DM
Mike – Hobbit, tinkerer
Josh – Zombie, Butcher/Mercenary “The Butcher”

Welcome to the first and last Buttcast!

Alan asks us, why don’t the Zords fight individually? Because forming a single entity seems to be counter productive. Then we all go on about the 90’s cartoons we remember. And complain about discmans, and other old portable music devices.

We shamelessly compliment Alan on his editing on our game play videos.

“He is doing an awesome job, best decision I ever made was getting Alan to edit our gameplay” – Josh 

And hey, we talk about getting the site working! That’s awesome. Mike then wonders what the hell is wrong with Triple A gaming. And some open world games are just too big.

And we plug Soylent more! Could you sponsor us? Please Soylent! Any Soylent representative, refer to minute 24 for the start of Soylent-Cast.

We make plans to Twitch stream more! Also, chat about XWing mods and gameplay. We drift into Firestorm Armada and Halo Fleet Battles, fleet battle miniatures games. And we end the podcast by breaking down to Warhammer 40k.

Originally posted July 13th, 2015.

Mike is sick, that leaves Alan and Josh to their own devices.

With Mike ill, Josh and Alan kill. Like a comedian kills, with laughter.
Alan tells you about Soylent. Josh like Futurama as a cartoon that is too smart for him, then he complains that other cartoons are getting too deep. Josh let’s you in on some of his oddities. Then Alan and Josh chat about their work. And after, reminisce on good times with their families. Then the episode falls into some movie talk. And finally ends with chatting about the Twitch Stream.