Warp Lords Podcast

Warp Lords Podcast


Latest Episodes

The Fractured World 1-5: The League Emerges
January 22, 2020

After the crew defeated the unknown assailants, they interrogate the survivors and discover the likely location of Silver's sister, Rose. They race off, but not before bickering about unimportant things.

The Fractured World 1-4: The Bridge of Chuckery
January 15, 2020

The crew is faced with unseasonable weather and is confronted by unknown assailants. Also, some dumb stuff happens that had nothing to do with birdbon, at all.

The Fractured World 1-3: Bonsai and the Bois
January 08, 2020

The crew sets out with their new friend to a nearby city, learning about the customs and culture of this new world.

The Fractured World 1-2: Danger and Discovery
January 01, 2020

Bees, they're everywhere! Firearms are useless against them!

The Fractured World 1-1: Crash and Wake
December 25, 2019

The crew of the Shattered Sapphire are deserted on an unknown planet. They assess the damage and recuperate, planning their next move.

Alpha 00: Warp Lords Podcast - How we do it and where we're going.
December 18, 2019

It's episode double zero, the zero after zero! Here we talk about things to come: our troubles and triumphs podcasting, our rotating GM format, and other weirdness. This episode has no canonical implications.

Alpha 3: Heros?
December 18, 2019

With threats on all sides - and the planet falling apart at its seams - the crew reacts as any reasonable party would...

Alpha 2: So, that happened...
December 18, 2019

Everyone has their own story, but what happens when that falls apart?

Alpha 1: Bimbos and Bureaucracy
December 18, 2019

After the events of the Heist of Happenstance, Dennis, Mr. G, Jahnni, and Boots, settle in to their respective lives, but the ripple of past events unfold.

Alpha 0: Welcome to the Warp Lords Podcast!
December 18, 2019

Welcome! This is our zero episode: explaining what Warp Lords is, who we are, how we play it, who we're playing for this campaign, and other nonsense. It has almost no canonical implications. If you're looking for the story, start at episode 1.