Actual Play – Red Markerts 10K – S2 E3 – Inherit

 

The Meek shall inherit the Earth? Not on Freelance’s watch. As a means to prove their loyalty to the 10K region, Freelance accepts a job that begin the effort to eliminate the Meek presence in the region.

Aaron – Munchkin – Child soldier archetype.  Don’t get too attached.

Chris – Iditarod –  A dog trainer burned by the last movie they worked on and trying to buy their way back into the industry.

Ethan C. –   Taxey –  A street tough hustler rapper with a new dependent.

Ethan  F. – Hard Luck – A gambler who never knew when to hold or fold’em scrapping by in the Loss.

Nick – Pulse – Reluctant steward ISO NSA immunes in the Loss.

Catch all of the epic Red Markets 10K campaign here.

Actual Play – Red Markets 10K – S2 E2 – Cure for Money

A new taker joins Freelance as a group of sick people need escorted to Mayo in the second episode of season 2!

Chris – Iditarod – A dog trainer burned by the last movie they worked on and trying to buy their way back into the industry.

Ethan – Taxey – A street tough hustler/rapper with a new baby and a new purpose.

Ian – Poet – Firefighter, Physicist, Poet. Now if only he could be a good parent.

Matt – Angus – The Scottish woodsman just trying to make his way through the Loss.

This episode of the 10K Lakes Campaign can be found here at the Technical Difficulties Gaming Podcast.

Actual Play – Red Markets 10k – S2 EP 1 – Leaving the Nest

Simple job.  All that had to do was swing by a few enclaves, pick up supplies, and deliver them to the site of establishing enclave.  What could go wrong?

Aaron – Munchkin – Child soldier archetype.  Don’t get too attached.

Ian – Poet –  Firefighter, Physicist, Poet. Now if only he could be a good parent .

Greg – NRG – A hustling mechanic with a husband, adopted son, and crippling debt.

Jared – Factotum – An overprotective dad with issues.

Nick – Toss-Up – Canadian demolitions expert caught on the wrong side of the fence but the right side of the nukes.

How to Run a Successful Living Campaign: Red Markets 10K Lakes

The casts of Technical Difficulties, the Role Playing Exchange, and more are involved in a long running living campaign for Hebanon Games’ Red Markets. Join the cast as they talk about the ups and downs of running a living campaign for large groups, and how it can help you do the same!

Actual Play – Red Markets 10K – Episode 30 – WEED4CATS

It’s the season finale! Iditarod has come up with a Score as Freelance seeks to get cats… to trade weed… for cats.

Chris – Iditarod – A dog trainer burned by the last movie they worked on and trying to buy their way back into the industry.

Ethan – Taxey – A street tough hustler rapper with a new baby and a new purpose.

Ian – Tora – A samurai wannabe who may be more than she appears.

Laura – Woodsman – A former high school science teacher, wandering the Loss with a bow and dog.

Nick – Toss-Up – Canadian demolitions expert caught on the wrong side of the fence but the right side of the nukes.

This episode of the 10K Lakes Campaign can be found here at the Technical Difficulties Gaming Podcast.

Actual Play – Red Markets 10K – Episode 29 – Suuuuper Lad

A few guests join Freelance, along with some old friends, for a job grabbing a rare comic book at a convention…

Greg – NRG – A hustling mechanic with a husband, adopted son, and crippling debt.

Laura – Woodsman – A former high school science teacher, wandering the Loss with a bow and dog. Somehow not dead yet.

Ray – Colt – Combat medic who can gun two ways.

Bryan – Absentee

Ben – McStuffins

This episode of the 10K Lakes Campaign can be found here at the Technical Difficulties Gaming Podcast.

Actual Play – Red Markets 10K – Episode 27 – Operator Chases Mr. JOLS

Operator is ready to make her way out of the Loss. Can she make it out alive? Should she? Will Freelance survive this?

Aaron – Munchkin – Child soldier archetype.  Don’t get too attached.

Chris H. – 0perator –  … OK, fine. She’s totally a Steward.

Ian – Vapor – No sacrifice is too great for this taker to achieve their goals – but they don’t want to lose their soul.

This episode of the 10K Lakes Campaign can be found here at the Technical Difficulties Gaming Podcast.

Actual Play – Red Markets 10K – Episode 28 – Boat Party

During the crash a group of rich elites escaped to the center of Lake Superior in their yachts to wait things out.  No one has heard from them since.  Few people know of the existence of the flotilla and even have been there.  Looking to retire in style, Vapor leads Freelance across the great lake for just one last score.  However, Lake Superior goes not give up her dead so easily…

Disclaimer:  This episode features depictions of violence to children.  Be advised.

Adam T. – Shears – Latent beautician tired of your mansplaining.

Ethan – Taxey –  A street tough hustler rapper with a new dependent.

Ian – Vapor – No sacrifice is too great for this taker to achieve their goals – but they don’t want to lose their soul.

Ray – Colt – Combat medic who can gun two ways.

Actual Play – Red Markets 10K – Episode 26 -Blood Money

Mundane problems, such as diseases, don’t simply stop just because the dead now walk the Earth. Fearing a potential West Nile Virus outbreak, a client contracts Freelance to visit a former research facility and retrieve any information that could be used to combat the predicted outbreak.

Aaron – Munchkin – Child soldier archetype.  Don’t get too attached

Ethan – Taxey – A street tough hustler rapper with a new dependent on the way.

Ian – Tora –  A samurai wannabe who may be more than she appears

Vince – Bonez – Actual Doctor. Wannabe Cowboy. Full-time Taker.

Actual Play – Red Markets 10K – Episode 25 – Family Recipe PT 2

So much has been lost, and for what?  Memories?  Still reeling from the loss of one of their own, Freelance soldiers on to their payday.

Laura – Woodsman – A former high school science teacher, wandering the Loss with a bow and dog. Somehow not dead yet.

Vince – Bonez – Actual Doctor. Wannabe Cowboy. Full-time Taker.

Adam T. – Shears –   Latent beautician tired of your mansplaining.