The Play's The Thing (Part 4)

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“Confusion now hath made his masterpiece.” 

The Play’s The Thing is a storytelling game about actors who want to rewrite the Shakespearean roles they’ve been given.

In our final chapter we shred what remains of the Scottish Play and find that the ending we were searching for was inside us all along.

Be warned, we tear Shakespeare's most famous play to shreds. 

"The Play's The Thing" is written by Mark Diaz Truman and published by Magpie Games

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Terrible Warriors: Justin Ecock, Bre Poisonne, Nug Nahrgang, Will Mitchell, Natalie Wallace, and Katy Ilona

The Play's The Thing (Part 3)

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“It provokes the desire, but it takes away the performance”

The Play’s The Thing is a storytelling game about actors who want to rewrite the Shakespearean roles they’ve been given.

In our third hour the plot... goes awry. Oh, you think you know how this story is supposed to end? Let's correct that presumption for you, shall we?

Be warned, we are going to tear Shakespeare's most famous play to shreds. 

"The Play's The Thing" is written by Mark Diaz Truman and published by Magpie Games

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Terrible Warriors: Justin Ecock, Bre Poisonne, Nug Nahrgang, Will Mitchell, Natalie Wallace, and Katy Ilona

The Play's The Thing (Part 2)

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“Stars, hide your fires; Let not light see my black and deep desires.”

The Play’s The Thing is a storytelling game about actors who want to rewrite the Shakespearean roles they’ve been given.

In our second hour the curtain rises on the first act and... Macbeth is a tool, Lady Macbeth is sleeping with the best friend, and the Witches... be basic. 

Be warned, we are going to tear Shakespeare's most famous play to shreds. 

"The Play's The Thing" is written by Mark Diaz Truman and published by Magpie Games

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Terrible Warriors: Justin Ecock, Bre Poisonne, Nug Nahrgang, Will Mitchell, Natalie Wallace, and Katy Ilona

The Play's The Thing (Part 1)

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“Life ... is a tale Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, Signifying nothing.”

The Play’s The Thing is a storytelling game about actors who want to rewrite the Shakespearean roles they’ve been given.

In our first hour the actors are presented, the troupe is formed, a play is chosen, and the roles are assigned. 

Be warned, we are going to tear Shakespeare's most famous play to shreds. 

"The Play's The Thing" is written by Mark Diaz Truman and published by Magpie Games

Consider supporting the Terrible Warriors today through Patreon: Patreon.com/terriblewarriors

Terrible Warriors: Justin Ecock, Bre Poisonne, Nug Nahrgang, Will Mitchell, Natalie Wallace, and Katy Ilona

Terrible Warrior Classics - Spirit of the Century

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 we've ever done.

When Big Mike runs a game you know it's going to be special but nobody was prepared for what happened when he gathered four other Terrible Warriors around the table to play Spirit of the Century. The following four hours were legendary... 

The year is 1923 and humanity is roaring forward into the new century rounding out the end of a millennium. From there come people, born on the first day of the century they are charged to protect humanity and lead it towards the future. They are Centurions and they embody the Spirit of the Century.

A new cavalcade of madness erupts on the podcast as Big Mike Game Masters the team of Derek the Bard, Tom Heisanevilgenius White, Conal Macbeth aka Dr. Holocaust and Cassie “Singing in the Rain” Chui take on the role of pulp adventure heroes. On the tails of their last great adventure they learn of a missing scientist in Venice and are tasked to find out what happened. And then it gets silly.

Were you expecting anything else?

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Big Mike Derek Burrow Cassie Chui Conal Macbeth Tom White