The Unmarked

The Unmarked - Chapter 15

Welcome to The Unmarked, an episodic collaborative storytelling RPG made possible by our Patreon subscribers! Join Game Master Rob Daviau as he takes Sean Sands, Shawn Andrich, Karla Andrich, Cory Banks and Julian Murdoch into the small town of Coffeyville, Kansas. This week it's time to get to the root of things.

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Oh, thank you for this episode. I very much needed these laughs!

Has anyone else noticed the old blue bus parked just down the street from the group's home base? That's what I picture the luchadores driving around in.

To Everyone involved: This is an incredible podcast. I listen to a lot of Tabletop group podcasts, and I'd rather listen to this than any of them at this point, it's that good.

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RG Ninja wrote:

To Everyone involved: This is an incredible podcast. I listen to a lot of Tabletop group podcasts, and I'd rather listen to this than any of them at this point, it's that good.

High praise, man. Makes me think you don't listen to The Adventure Zone, though.

I listen to it immediately upon release every episode. Need the laughter nowadays especially. Actually had to consider my statement against TAZ before I made it, but while I may laugh more at them I've enjoyed y'all's storytelling and world building more. (Though dang the last arc of TAZ was amazing).

The highest of praise!

Wow Rob had his hands full this episode. Did everyone have three drinks before recording started?

Brennil wrote:
RG Ninja wrote:

To Everyone involved: This is an incredible podcast. I listen to a lot of Tabletop group podcasts, and I'd rather listen to this than any of them at this point, it's that good.

High praise, man. Makes me think you don't listen to The Adventure Zone, though.

I know this is old but just want to say thanks Karla for turning me on to the Adventure Zone. I had never heard of it and gave it a shot after your recommendation here. I'm about 20 episodes in and it is a good time that has at least a couple of laugh out loud moments every episode.