In which the Sweet Butt Guys hit the big time and get vain, and the excitement of Danny’s mum joining the cast is relived. Our heroes also finally reach the burning mill, and the battle commences!
An inauspicious start as Mist encounters a setback. He quickly recovers and saves the team – saves them from getting any experience that is! Danny’s mum makes her debut appearance. An ambush awaits at the end of the tunnel! Will our heroes survive??
In which some of the team wear shirts, meet the governor and reluctantly accept their next mission, although some kerchiefs sweeten the deal. The Serious Squad heads to the Mill to capture a cultist, but first they have to get through a spooky sewer! Spooky indeed!
In which the battle to defend the keep ends. First aid is administered. Spring Fresh finally gets his shirt. Also a argument erupts, a dwarf chickens out, and a dragon is eventually dealt to.
The cliffhanger from last week is resolved! Lucky you! A withered warlock joins us after eating dinner with his warlock family. Our heroes grumble as they complete repairs for the Castellan. Social media plans are discussed. Fixing a door turns out to be harder than it looks, as the Serious Squad is attacked again!!
In which Danny chooses his family over us. Names are discussed and the best method of measurement is invented. Our heroes meet the Governor and discuss their demands in return for the defence of Frenum. A vicious and not at all silly battle ensues as maurauders breach the keep!
In which Tommens name is dragged through the mud, our heroes kill everyone, Springfresh makes his rage filled debut and the Serious Squad makes it into the beleaguered keep!
A NEW ADVENTURE!
We bid the world of the Papa Roaches farewell, as the Sweet Butt Guys tackle Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition, blasting your face with excitement! Describing their characters! Talking to each other! Looking up rules! We also meet our new narrator, Thaddeus U. Betcha, enter the town of Frenum, besieged by cultists and a dragon, do battle, and Yanis arrives late.