Oh, most definitely. That's a big influence on the tone of the show for me. There's a dryness to the way that Douglas Adams presents that universe that I love so much.
Absolutely. I knew I wanted the Aga'ra to be TRVE KVLT from the get-go, but yeah, the universe has this weird kludgy stolen-from-earth thing going on in a lot of places and I think we'll see more of that in different forms.
We'll have to discover most of that in play - Thuja Mayhem knows something of the history of her people. I will say this, the Aga'ra see themselves very differently than the rest of the cosmos does. Like much of the Nebula Jazz universe, we'll find that things aren't always as they seem.
I'm really curious about the Aga'ra's history with the Lizardmen, considering they both seem to be rooted in a long history of warfare. Is there any kind of mutual respect thing going on there, or do the Aga'ra just hate them all the same?
i mean, everyone hates a lizardman, right?
They're the devil's bargains of the fate and fate accelerated rulesets lol.
This episode in particular may have strayed a bit more into Red Dwarf territory.
Pleasure planet for slimes reminds so much of Slugs from FTL known for their good taste in wine and luxurious speceships.
Dear cast.. This is a really freaking cool show, and definitely one of my favorites in the roster, but can you at least try to dial back the whole Jacker Hacker Cracker Sacker Slacker stuff just a tiny bit, it was sort of amusing in the first episode, but the joke is getting a bit stale at this point. Regardless.. Keep on keeping on, and bonus points for Margaritaville too.
On the other hand, I still find it funny.
I respect the opinion, but if the cast still enjoy it they shouldn't quit it.
Mainly because if Snidge was going to keep making strange noises that made me feel nauseous or uncomfortable then a stale joke should be required to stick around as long as it does.
Not to mention it's part of Jesse's character now so it'll be around for a while.
I find it funny that Space Jackers, and the Jacker Hackers in particular, have become some weird Jedi analogue. Which is ironic, with Jesse being a pro-Imperial.
I just wanted to say that this has been the most fun Rollplay Show that I've listened to, and I hope that it goes on for a bit more. I so need to have a moment to breath, because I so wanna draw bad comics based on segments of the show.
You are all awesome
It did become sort of a mythical.
Just because someone is Imperial does not mean they can't be a Jedi. They are just Dark Jedi. Maybe we will find out that you can use the Jacker hackery for evil as well
Finally caught up on the whole episode. What a blast! Can't wait to see the chaos that will be unleashed in the next one
Now this is just me being a big metal dork, but I'm really hoping that Thuja at some point will insist that they have to go to Mega-Therion whatever that may be. Because if a black/death metal album with cover art by HR Giger released back in '85 isn't a perfect fit of anything Aga'ran I don't know what is.
You don't have to be a Dark Jedi to support the empire. You just have to be careful and avoid Sith.