Roll One Podcast
Summary: Roll One is a podcast where a group of NYC improvisers play a roleplaying game set in the Star Wars universe.
Character moments! Extremism! And the group names themselves finally!
I've had to write the description for this episode 4 times because of errors uploading this episode. I am not writing it again. In this episode we have fewer bits and more character moments, which is the dream. I hope this is the last time I have to upload this again. -Jake
Our heroes have escaped capture from the Empire once again, but Tumassk is still stuck in the city. Fortunately for him, we see the return of a familiar half-face.
"I call down the birds."
Our heroes have drawn the attention of a cunning and dangerous Imperial foe. With the city of Iziz on high alert, they decide to hide out with a beggar they've only just met. First episode of a new session in which Jake is over being sick, and where the audio issue of the last 4 episodes is fixed. Huzzah!
This is the final episode with the horrible audio! In this episode the party tries to escape patrols of beat-boxing stormtroopers while Tumassk struggles with making even the simplest mechanics checks.
The crew of the Iron Shrike has made contact with Adriest Bingo, unfortunately she's not as forthcoming with information on Project Firestorm as they'd like.
In this episode we see Adriest Bingo finding she has fewer and fewer places to turn, Tumassk has a really bad day, LEV-03 forget about G-forces, and lots of sad Star Wars-y jazz music. Featuring a return of Carolyn Cox.
The Crew of the Iron Shrike have not only managed to recover the spice, but have also made the Keredians into valuable allies. Now, they travel back to Kelada to get the intel they need from Ven Faranda. Also, there's some moral about drugs in here. Not sure exactly what it is, though.
In the conclusion of the Inquisitor's tale, we let special guest Liam O'Reilly sit and listen to the regulars chew some scenery. Tom also includes something from old canon that Jake specifically loves new canon for getting rid it.
We continue with the Inquisitor's special assignment, in which he does some drugs and has a genial conversation about art while Lt. Chuck Finley and Lt. Danika Frome turn into the bumbling villains of a Nickelodeon movie. Featuring special guest Liam O'Reilly.
We shift focus from the crew of the Iron Shrike and take a look at the Imperial Inquisitor, and what he's been up to since we last saw him. Tom (LE-V03) takes over as gamemaster. Featuring Liam O'Reilly as Special Agent Chuck Finley.
In the thrilling conclusion of the Keredian Exchange arc, the crew prepare for their showdown with Muval Rumonte...
In this episode we learn what the Keredians are really up to. Enemies return, new love is professed, Bosh plunges head first into his trust of the Force, and everyone learns a valuable lesson about trusting your inner (but really outer) strength.
In which the these droids and men lay their best plans... Meanwhile, Tumassk loses patience with the party and decides the further the plot.