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This episode: What is Staticite, and why do Orem, Randus, Ket, and that other guy need it?

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10 Comments

  1. Glaa is wonderfull. I think Rob does a super job with this “not so dark and secret”
    charakter. His talent is much brighter when hé does Glaa, than when hé does Smith og Keth.
    One of the best episodes in a long time. Go team Orem & Randus!

  2. I wasn’t particulary fond of this episode because im no fan of Bird People, dunno why. But can’t wait for the next one, the set up was great. The old guy was awesome lol :D.

    Who thinks that Doom Titan is one of Tiamat’s astral serpents? In that case the battle for the Cyst became more and more interesting…

  3. After listening to the show I checked out the flickr photos and found that I have seen Alex in the wild playing MTG in AZ. I have seen him wear the shirt before but never talked to him about the podcast. Anyway, funny episode you guys will literally try to put holes in teeth this time.

  4. I got the impression that the doomtitan is the tarrasque. but I think going against the Tarrasque at this point would kill the entire party. (if that creature even exists in 4e)

  5. What do “Glaa” and Ket have in common? They’re characters who should NOT be doing any of the initial talking. “I’m Glaa. Who are you?!” “Well, we are looking…uh, I am looking…” Orem saves the day!

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