Episode 035: Repple Depple, pt1 (Fiasco)


EPISODE 035

Repple Depple, part 1

Fiasco – Lucky Strike

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“By now we’d come to look at all replacements as dead men who temporarily had the use of the arms and legs. The came and went so fast and so regularly that sometimes we didn’t even learn their names. Truth is, after a while, we sort of avoided gettin’ to know them.”
― The Big Red One

Boredom and the nearness of death lead to all sorts of mischief at this army encampment near the front.

fiasco

To learn more about how Fiasco is played check out our primer episode.


The characters for this game:

Private “Coop” Kincaid (Chris Littler) – A mechanic, truck driver and smuggler.

Private Benny “Three Boots” McFae (John Holt) – A nervous soldier looking for a quick buck and a way out.

Corporal Jimmy “Bear” Hagen (Ken Breese) – A truck driver and smuggler with ties to a stateside organization of do-gooders.

Betsy Green, AKA ‘Green’ (Tiffany Cook) – Former hero turned henchman to Dr. Yes, a leading member of the evil GLOVE organization.

 


The grid for this game:

Between Ken and Chris: Black Market – Truck Drivers PLUS a Need – to get ready to take what you deserve.

Between Chris and John: Replacement Increments a pair of gung-ho patriots PLUS a Need – to get rich smuggling valuables.

Between John and Tiffany: Replacement Increments poker buddies PLUS a Location of Rest and Recreation “Java Junction” the Red Cross coffee tent  PLUS an Object – intelligence.

Between Tiffany and Ken: Brothers in arms PLUS an Object – an SS Dagger.


Find Chris on twitter @ctlittler and check out his band Chamber Band.

Find Tiffany Cook on twitter @TiffanyECook, tumblr and instagram

Find John on twitter @LordJoho

Find Ken on twitter @Berlingsbeard

Follow us on twitter @boredghostworld

Our Bored Ghost theme song is by the amazing Pat Cupples, see his band website Hotels and Highways.

Bored Ghosts we hope you found some distraction from your eternity in the void this week!


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