The girls wake up back in town with a rude awakening – actions have consequences! They’re sprung, have a lively conversation with Mimi, Doc, and Brominski, and then set out to remedy the bang of unruly hooligans who’ve holed up in the dilapidated church.
The girls made it – The Arcos. Greenthumb nearly at hand, their task almost complete. While their time in the Arcos starts innocently enough, events transpire which forever change both our adventurers…
After the calamity aboard the Silver Comet, Val and horsey Sylo make their way slowly, quietly, alertly into abandoned, burnt-out mega city of T Town. We have DJ Druids and Zombie plants, pole arms and professional courtesy.
All anybody ever really wants it just a little toot toot, is that so hard to ask for? Val and Sylo meet Doc, a veritable font of local knowledge and embark on a scenic train ride through the countryside on their way to T Town. From there it’s a completely uneventful ride to T Town. […]
Bank Job. Sylo and Val are given their task to prove themselves to the Boomtown locals for information about Greenthumb. Things start well as they wander the town and meet more of the locals…then slowly, decidedly, spectacularly go off the rails. Watch the team try to execute their simple task and break the GM’s brain […]
New beginnings abound. Our group finally returns to the Library and is greeted by Dewey, a chatty five year old librarian. Sylo, Pascal, and Val are fully brought up to speed about the organization they have been helping throughout their time in Locnar, and are tasked with a new mission – find Greenthumb in the […]
A Sneak Peak into Volume 2 of NxNQ — Change is on the Horizon The last 10 months have been a wild-ride, and the NxNQ team has enjoyed every minute of it. So before we share some exciting news, we simply want to take a moment and say THANK YOU! We would never have gotten this […]
With only 2 episodes left in the Volume 1 of the NxNQuest podcast, we are excited to announce that Volume 2 planning has begun. The gang sat down to discuss what the future of NxNQuest looks like and how we can continue to focus more on storytelling. But what exactly does that mean? David Alvord […]