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9 Oct
2014

Monkeys Took My Jetpack #55: Snake Trail

Sounds like some kind of Western story, doesn’t it? Nope. It’s our next Dresden Files session. And about time, too! Whew! I thought this thing would *never* be ready for prime-time!

There’s probably something really important I was supposed to say here before giving you the download link and being on my way, but since I can’t think what it might have been … it’ll just have to remain one of life’s little mysteries.

Go forth…

Download

…and enjoy!

17 Aug
2014

Monkeys Took My Jetpack #I1: Josh de Lioncourt

The next Dresden is taking a bit longer than anticipated, so to tide you over, I have an MTMJ first: A guest interview. I sat down with Josh de Lioncourt, of Captive Souls fame, to discuss his new book, Haven Lost: The Dragon’s Brood Cycle, Vol. 1. We also discussed his writing process, GMing, and even a little Cartoon Action Hour. Not a lot of editing went into this one, since I want to devote my editing time to the next Dresden Files issue, so I hope that won’t prevent your enjoyment of this, our first interview show.

To download the interview, go here.

And to grab a copy of Josh’s book (highly recommended by Yours Truly), go here.

Until next time…

…enjoy.

25 Jul
2014

Monkeys Took My Jetpack #54: Store Front

Howdy, folks!

We’re back with another Dresden Files Session–#9, to be precise. Yeah, I thought about using the Beatles song, but … I’m just not in the mood for so much psychidelia.

In this issue, we introduce Thunderstep’s character into our little cadre of magically-minded meddlers. Let the hijinks ensue!

Special thanks to Bambi of the Porcelain Llama Theater podcast for assisting your intrepid editor in his dilligent duties.

Enough with the alliteration. Let’s get going!

Download

…and enjoy!

9 Jul
2014

Monkeys Took My Jetpack #53: Rolling Thunder

Howdy, folks!

Been readin’ Western RPG books again. Unfortunately, ain’t nothin’ Western about what we got fer ya in Issue 53. Instead, what we have is the introduction of a new player–Thunderstep. We start with his character generation for Dungeon World and the Dresden Files.

And we are experimenting with a new theme! No no, not that kind of theme. A musical theme. I figure with all the format changes we’ve been making, it might be time to try a different style. Let us know what you think of it, either on our Facebook page, or by shootin’ us an e-mail at Feedback@MTMJetpack.com. Love to hear from ya, partner.

Okay, enough typographical jibber-jabber. Go ahead and download yourself Issue #53…

…and enjoy!

1 Jul
2014

Monkeys Took My Jetpack #52: The Portal

DANCE, MONKEYS! DROP THOSE JETPACKS AND DANCE!!

The assembly line has just let drop another session of The Dresden Files, and we can’t wait to share it with you. I’m cutting these remarks short, because frankly, I’m about ready to drop from exhaustion, but I wanted to get this posted tonight. So I’ll dispense with the usual pithy commentary, and just say…

Go forth, download, and enjoy.

28 Jun
2014

Monkeys Took My Jetpack #51: Roguesphere Is Missing

Hello, you wonderful listeners!

Here we are again, with another exciting issue. This time, we give you our first session of Dungeon World. This game is a ton of fun, and given the fairly lengthy time-span between this first session and the second one, I only wish I’d remembered to give my character the badass voice he has in this session. Of course, I was slightly ill, so that may have contributed to the badassery. I’ll let you be the judge.

At any rate, we hope you enjoy this issue as much as we enjoyed playing the session which spawned it.

Go forth, download

…and enjoy.

23 Jun
2014

Monkeys Took My Jetpack: For Your Reference…

Hey, cats and kids,

Since it seems not all podcatchers are giving access to all of our past issues, I thought I’d do a redirect. Y’see, the next issue of MTMJ will be our first Dungeon World session, and the character generation for said session was done way back in MTMJ#36. Why I set it up that way is beyond my capacity, although I’m sure I had a great reason for it at the time. Anyway, since we pretty much pick up where that one left off, I thought I’d try an experiment and re-link to it here. Hopefully this won’t screw up any RSS feed info or anything. If you have any problems, let me know at Feedback@MTMJetpack.com.

So yes, this is a re-run, but I felt it was necessary, given what’s coming. Thank you for your indulgence.

Enjoy.

22 Jun
2014

Monkeys Took My Jetpack #50: The Incident at Ghila Flats

Hi, gang.

As promised, hot on the heels of MTMJ#49 comes this landmark 50th issue. It’s our 7th Dresden Files session. Most of what I wanted to say is said in my opening remarks, so all I will do here is make my apologies for some Skype issues which make some of our dialogue choppy, provide you with a handy-dandy download link, and tell you to…

…Enjoy!

17 Jun
2014

Monkeys Took My Jetpack #49: Mercury Rising

Howdy, folks!

I know this is very late in coming, but you *were* warned. Hope it won’t happen again. MTMJ Studios is in the process of re-locating, and that is the source of much of this delay. However, as I detail in my opening remarks, I’m going to do whatever I can to speed up the turn-around time for issues, for a couple very big reasons–one of which I’m particularly excited about, as I think you will be, especially as we get deeper into this campaign.

At any rate, here is the issue. Go forth, download, and let us know what you think on our Facebook page.

Enjoy.

17 May
2014

Monkeys Took My Jetpack #48: Interludes and Investigations

Hi, gang.

Sorry this one was so late in coming. Personal life is in a state of upheaval. I can’t promise there won’t be a similar length of time between this and the next issue, but after that, I expect things to go more smoothly. Now watch, because I said that, I’ll put out three issues in as many weeks. Hmmmm… Ya never know……

Anyway, here it is, our fifth Dresden Files session. The title pretty much says it all.

Don’t forget, to give us feedback, you can either send an email to Feedback@MTMJetpack.com, or go over to our Facebook page and leave a comment there. We love to hear from you!

Now, loyal listener, go forth … download …

… and enjoy.