Episode One Hundred And Forty Four – Your Vile Human Secretions

“But Secreted By What?” – How do you make Humans the terrifying monsters, make the game human-playable, and have there be any point in doing so?

Refined and elegant alien races aren’t actually interested in our culture; They’re just getting unimaginable highs off of our sweat.

Superheroes based on the ancient Hippocratic(?) humours battle to protect the Earth.

Humanity has been locked away at their own behest, and for their own protection. Everyone knows that.
Nobody, including the robotic systems keeping yo in, can remember why.

Why the Queen Owns All the Swans in England

DOC ( NZ Department Of Conservation )

Object Model Diagram



Terry Pratchett
Rick and Morty

Humans are Space Orks (tumblr)

Jeff Wayne’s Musical Version of The War of the Worlds
Prog Rock

The War of the Worlds, by H. G. Wells
The Massacre of Mankind, by Stephen Baxter


David Brin
The Uplift War

Torchwood – Children Of Earth

Celestial Matters, by Richard Garfinkle

Avatar: The Last Airbender

Chlorine Triflouride

Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure


Logan’s Run
Stargate: SG-1 – The Gamekeeper

The Shortest Story



Battered Sausage

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5 thoughts on “Episode One Hundred And Forty Four – Your Vile Human Secretions

  1. Tim Soholt says:

    The “super-Christian version of D&D” is called DragonRaid and is apparently still available. I never had a copy but I knew someone who did. The quoting scripture was basically how you cast spells (not called that, of course, but functionally that was what you were doing). You can apparently still buy the game new online, although the included cassette tape has been replaced with downloadable audio files.

    • Ben says:

      That was the hit that came when I searched, though i didn’t recognise the box art and could have sworn it had a badger in the image or as the publishing logo or something similar?

      I must be thinking of some sort of Orthodox Redwall adaptation…

  2. Tim Soholt says:

    Wow. That could have used more editing before I hit Post!

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