Year One - Star Wars: Leviathan

The Terrible Warriors are on vacation!
We'll return in September with all new campaigns to enjoy and share but for now we're going to go to the wayback machine and bring back some of our favourite campaigns from the first year of Terrible Warriors....

Tonight These Warriors are Terrible take on The Star Wars RPG 2nd Edition Revised and Expanded from West End Games. Watch as Mike “Birdman” Dodd, Steve Saylor, Justin Ecock, with new players Julian Spillane and Erika Szabo take on the Empire in the fall of the first Death Star this group of rebels travel to take on an Imperial weapons depo, fly a starship that might as well be cursed…and sing. There’s a lot of singing.

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Terrible Warriors: Mike "Birdman" Dodd, Steve "Snowball" Saylor, Justin Ecock, Julian Spillane and Erika Szabo

Year One: Shadowrun - The Candy Factory Job

The Terrible Warriors are on vacation!
We'll return in September with all new campaigns to enjoy and share but for now we're going to go to the wayback machine and bring back some of our favourite campaigns from the first year of Terrible Warriors....

In this episode of These Warriors Are Terrible Big Mike steps down from the GM’s chair as Birdman rises to guide the crew through his favourite RPG, Shadowrun 2nd edition. As the team of Justin Ecock, Tom White, Scotty Doo, Steve Saylor and Big Mike take the role of information hunters for hire, the runners of the shadow and their first target is… a Candy Company?

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Terrible Warriors: Mike "Birdman" Dodd, Steve "Snowball" Saylor, Tom "He is an evil genius" White, Big Mike from The 404s, Justin Ecock, and ScottyDoo

The Post-Season Debrief: Apocalypse World Aftermath

This post-season debrief consists of several one on one conversations between Justin Ecock and the other members of the Apocalypse World game that played at Terrible Warriors Live at ConBravo in Hamilton, Ontario on July 29th 2017. We talk about the game, the year, and the future of the Terrible Warriors.

New episodes return in September 2017 for the start of our Fifth Year!

In the Apocalypse World there is a rumour of a place, or an item, or a source where all this began. The story changes person to person but the name is always the same. THE HAMMER. Somewhere out there is a place where all the water is clean and you're always safe, The Hammer. Or it's a weapon of untold power and potential. Or it's a vault that holds the source of the whatever it is that ended our world and left behind a maelstrom of psychic fuckery.

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Terrible Warriors: Bre Poisonne, Cassie Chui, Conal MacBeth, Derek Burrow, Justin Ecock, Shane Fitzgerald, Steve Saylor, and Tom White

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Justin Ecock

Apocalypse World: Survivors (LIVE Recording!)

This, the final episode of this campaign, was be recorded live at ConBravo on Saturday 29th, 2017, in Hamilton, Ontario.

In the Apocalypse World there is a rumour of a place, or an item, or a source where all this began. The story changes person to person but the name is always the same. THE HAMMER. Somewhere out there is a place where all the water is clean and you're always safe, The Hammer. Or it's a weapon of untold power and potential. Or it's a vault that holds the source of the whatever it is that ended our world and left behind a maelstrom of psychic fuckery.

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Terrible Warriors: Bre Poisonne, Cassie Chui, Conal MacBeth, Derek Burrow, Justin Ecock, Shane Fitzgerald, Steve Saylor, and Tom White

Campaign Album Cover:
Justin Ecock