Agents of M.U.M – Ep99

Agents of M.U.M   Ep99
Agents of M.U.M   Ep99

If Cissy Birmingham says we can, then we can!

Sometimes we get what we wanna.

Forever we have been bugging Mike to run a World War II era superhero campaign. He promised us that he would run it as one of his New Year’s resolutions and lo and behold, he did it.

This entire episode is about the aspects of our campaign. Everything from inspirations, themes, NPCs and the PCs themselves.

If you have some input on this, leave a comment here, via email or on our Facebook page.

Cast – Eric, Mike, Shannon, Dan, Mark, Jayson and Shawn

Intro: Shannon
Outro: Eric

Listen on Stitcher:

Agents of M.U.M   Ep99

Items Mentioned: Mutants and Masterminds, Captain America, Kelly’s Heroes, Superman, Fawlty Towers, The Justice Society, XMen

Editor’s Note:
Huge thanks to Brian Scott for the awesome intro debuting the theme for The Tower of the Ape, the upcoming roleplay drama from our very own Openly Gamer Theatre.

Agents of M.U.M   Ep99

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3 Responses to Agents of M.U.M – Ep99

  1. hopeless says:

    So have they come up with some interesting background stories?

    So far they have a speedster who replace the fae Dum Dum Duggan, the telepath whose being chased by the atomic powered patriot hero, the brain in a jar with a body that literally consumes any metal he touches have I missed anyone?

    So any notable nemesises?

    How would you have handled a premise such as that shown in the Young Justice tv series?

    • Shannon! says:

      You missed the Cardinal and Serafin.

      My (Cissy the telepath) nemesis throughout this campaign was Totenkampf. He was a member of the Ubsersoldaten with transparent skin, with a deadly touch, even when you were the one hitting him.

      I would say Lord Cabbot is another one. He was not the highest authority for our little group, but he was the one running the show. He usually had ulterior motives and may have had Nazi connections. After the war (and this campaign) was over, his law firm defended the Nazis at the Nuremberg Trials.

  2. hopeless says:

    Oh thats the picture she said was because someone was tugging on her hair!

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