Penny Arcade/PvP Series 2 Ep3
Penny Arcade, PvP & Wil Wheaton
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They're back! The folks at Penny Arcade and PvP sit down once again with Wizards of the Coast for a session of 4th Edition D&D. This time, they've hired a new member for their party—Wil Wheaton!
Mike Krahulik (Gabe from Penny Arcade): Jim Darkmagic of the New Hampshire Darkmagics
Jerry Holkins (Tycho from Penny Arcade): Omin Dran, CEO of Acquisitions Incorporated
Scott Kurtz (from PvP): Binwin Bronzebottom
Chris Perkins (R&D): Dungeon Master
Warning: This podcast contains strong language.
Part 3 continues with a visit down the hole in the broken tower….
Something is waiting for them (and their rope ladder), but who (or what)? First down, Binwin the dwarf… where he discovers a room that was never finished, though it is occupied.
It's time for doughnuts, rope ladders, hanging from the ceiling—and for Binwin to drop into the midst of more followers of Orcus. How do things go? Well, here's the last line of the episode: "That is as bad as it could possibly be."
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