A blue-collar crew just trying to scrape by are forced by bad luck, corporate intrigue, and their empty bank accounts to take control of their own destinies in this story of rags to riches, to ruin, to revenge.
Fantastic Worlds Productions is pleased to announce their first Starfinder actual play podcast: Far Beyond the Stars. Join Galactic Mistress Abbie Lammel as she runs the intrepid employees of the EJ Corp freighter ship Calamity through Paizo’s Fly Free or Die Adventure Path! Captain Friday Francisco, played by Dustin Alexander; mechanic Seren Casurus, played by Heidi Owens; crewman Ballad Serenade, played by Jess Negin; and ace pilot Miss Fanny, played by Angel Espinoza, are ready to kick butt, haul cargo, and run from the Golden League—and they sound good doing it.
As always, the quality and polish of Fantastic Worlds Productions is at play with Far Beyond the Stars. In the first episode, listeners are treated to a shoot 'em up as the crew tries to help a poor lashunta merchant who just wants to retire, while the background is laid for just how in over their heads these four do-gooders are about to be. Presented with crisp audio and carefully chosen background music, this show is easy on the ears. This cast is diverse, their characters are unique, and their adventures will be literally out of this world!
Building off of this momentum, Fantastic Worlds Production’s founding podcast, Fantastic Worlds Podcast, is celebrating its 100th episode with a special two-episode release! Game Dad Dustin holds the reins as GM while players Abbie, Angel, Jess, & Logan traverse Paizo’s Reign of Winter Adventure Path for Pathfinder 1E. This moment has been a long time coming—what climactic events will go down as the show nears the end of Book 3?
Along with their Patreon-exclusive Pathfinder 2E podcast The Greatest Show on Earth playing through the Extinction Curse, the members of Fantastic Worlds Productions are here to deliver quality, diverse entertainment through the magic of Paizo’s Pathfinder and Starfinder gaming systems.
If you’d like to keep up with Fantastic Worlds Production and its crew, check out their website fantasticworldspod.com.
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