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A Roleplaying Game Actual Play Podcast based in a modern fantasy world using the (in development) Super Awesome Action Heroes system. Set in San Ricardo, Calisorta, the show follows the titular Stormwood & Associates, a private investigator and licensed magic user agency as they take jobs, fight off surfer ninjas, run from dragons, and maybe (if they’re lucky) save the world.
GM duties rotate among the cast members of the show.
Hosts: Trae Dorn, Nick Izumi, Gen Prock, and Kyle Johnson
- 1. Making the Plan (Pilot Part 1) April 19, 2019
- 2. Servers and Shafts (Pilot Part 2) April 26, 2019
- 3. Bouncing Babbitt (Pilot Part 3) May 3, 2019
- 4. Rain and Revelations (Pilot Part 4) May 10, 2019
- 5. A Pile of Loose Ends (Pilot Part 5) May 17, 2019
- 6. Escape to the Rock (Island of Alcatraz Part 1) May 24, 2019
- 7. The Great Cave Robbery (Island of Alcatraz Part 2) May 31, 2019
- 8. The Wind and the Liar (Island of Alcatraz Part 3) June 7, 2019
- 9. Irrational Treasure (Beached Part 1) June 14, 2019
- 10. Ninjas of the Surf (Beached Part 2) June 21, 2019
- 11. A Family Business (Farm Barn Farm Part 1) June 28, 2019
- 12. A Truck and a Hard Place (Farm Barn Farm Part 2) July 5, 2019
- 13. An Empty Search (Town of Phoebe Part 1) July 12, 2019
- 14. Family Reunion (Town of Phoebe Part 2) July 19, 2019
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Raz Stormwood (Gen Prock)
A descendant of Sheriff Aesop Stormwood, Raz has recently opened a new branch of the family business in San Ricardo. Raz is probably best described as laconic, and her usual solutions are to either shoot something or just wait until everyone else shoots each other.
So far it’s given her a decent success rate.
Kel O’Reilly (Trae Dorn)
A Jersey Elf and childhood friend of Raz’s, Kel was an orphan taken in and raised by the Stormwood family. He came out to San Ricardo to help set up the new office with Raz, but he’s not too happy about living on the west coast. Kel is the team’s hacker, and half the time spends missions just communicating over the custom comm system he cobbled together.
He also wants you to understand that he is not the receptionist.
William “Bill” Tiberius Carpathia (Nick Izumi)
Archetype: Magic User
Bill is a wizard desperately in need of a job. The son of one of the greatest Mages of the modern age, Bill is riddled with anxiety and the creeping existential dread that he’ll never live up to the potential people kept telling him he had while growing up.
Bill is very proud of his telescoping wand, which he insists is necessary (but really isn’t). You just sort of want to give him a cup of cocoa and assure him that everything will be okay.
Even if it probably won’t.
Tristan Babbitt (Kyle Johnson)
Originally hired as a freelancer, Babbitt is the team’s resident expert on breaking and entering. He is very, very good at it… except for the times when he isn’t.
The team doesn’t actually know much about their Goblin coworker, mostly because rather than chat, Babbitt is usually the one actually getting to work and getting things done.
He’s got a pretty good vertical leap too.