Here you can find all our one-shot adventures and experimental game episodes.
Many of our special episodes appear to have a common theme – animals in bizarre situations. Here you can find our Champion of the Wild mini series as well as animal themed one shots.
Amy’s Birthday Animalia was recorded for our cast member’s birthday in 2019. The episode also used Rory’s Story Cubes
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Set on a land called Lumis, the Endless Realms area modern, original ttrpg setting and game system. There are innovative player races as well as a wide range of creatures and civilisations to discover.
We first entered the Endless Realms in May 2018, during the Kickstarter campaign, some of the team reached out to us to play a promo one shot adventure. This was DM’d by one of their team, Sherman. We enjoyed the game so much that several of us then backed the Kickstarter!
Upon a last minute change of schedule, Dragon ran 3 of the Plummet cast through a dungeon crawl on Lumis – using the setting and beings from the Creature Compendium.
There will soon be a mini series set in the Endless Realms beginning, where the player characters are all Fungloi….
Halls of Chaos
A chaotic and anarchic puzzle solving game, this debuted publicly at Dragonmeet 2019
Penance RPG have been at a number of UK conventions over the last few years, many of these trips have included recordings.
Penance RPG have been fortunate enough to be a part of the #PodcastZone at Dragonmeet for the last 3 years. This sees a group of podcasts offering games and recordings at the convention held in London each year. Our games recorded there include some amazing podcasts and lots of fab characters. Our Halls of Chaos series also debuted there in 2019
#PodcastZone 2019 saw 3 episodes of a new game, the Halls of Chaos, as well as a PodcastZone members game.
Scotland’s biggest tabletop gaming convention – which began in 2018 and has already grown impressively. Prior to the convention, Belry and Jon joined Nikoli and Dragon for some experimental D&D4e. In this they were aided by Greg, Dragon’s partner, who appears in several convention episodes and phtographs.
The entertaining, but ultimately butchered, version of Penance RPG playing D&D4e – this is not how to play, but it is hilarious.
A look back over the first year of Tabletop Scotland, which was impressively successful.