Friday, December 17, 2010

Crimson Mystical Mages Was Awesome

I have posted several times in the past about SModcast. When it comes to podcasting, they pretty much have it down. Kevin Smith, Scott Mosier, and the rest of the View Askew crew not only have about 5 podcasts that have gone to #1 on iTunes, but they also have the world's only podcasting theater - "The SModcastle". If you aren't listening to their podcasts, you are missing out on some seriously demented and hilarious good times.

But, that is not what I am going to talk about today! Today, I had to write to say that last night I finally had the chance to listen to - Live from SModcastle #8 - Crimson Mystical Mages Chapter 1: The Adventures Of SMiddle Earth. This post will be pretty short, in all honesty, because I can't post up even 1% of the podcast summary here or my site will need an age checker. It is pretty much the most sexually explicit dialogue I have ever heard from these guys (or any other people on the planet for that matter).

If you are not offended by horrible sexually explicit language than you will absolutely love this podcast. Actually, by now, you are probably either of fan of Jay and Silent Bob or you aren't. With this podcast, nothing has really changed so much, other than the fact that they are now getting together to play a very strange (and actually somewhat old school) version of D&D where Kevin Smith takes on the role of the "Cellar Fella" (their version of the DM) and leads his players, Jason Mewes, Scott Mosier, and Malcom Ingram, on a quest through SMiddle earth.

I don't want to, and don't think I can give away much more than that. I highly encourage you to listen to this, the first part, in their adventure to save a poor, helpless virgin from the clutches of an evil dragon, and in the process liberate one village from am evil high priest and dark lord.

Again, here is a link to the page where you can find this podcast. You can also download it on iTUnes, but it is easy enough to either download directly from their site (or just stream it).

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