for those who want to whack kobolds with acquisitions, incorporated …

Well, you can't exactly play with Acquisitions, Incorporated, but you can go on one of our adventures, because Wizards has put Storm Tower, the adventure that Chris Perkins wrote for the D&D/Penny Arcade/PvP/me podcast online.

I can't wait to read this, find out about the stuff we missed, and see how the adventure was designed.

NB: You have to be a D&D Insider subscriber to get this, and speaking as someone who is a DDI subscriber, I can tell you that I think the membership is entirely worth having.

24 thoughts on “for those who want to whack kobolds with acquisitions, incorporated …”

  1. Wil, you tease. You got me all excited about a new podcast and it’s what I’ve already heard.
    For shame, Doc. *shakes finger*

  2. The main question I’d like to have answered is “whatever happened to Sorek Orvash?” Is he still hanging out in the rain outside the tower entrance?

  3. Really cool, not a D&D Insider subscriber (also since I don’t play (yet)) but loved the podcasts!
    Any idea when Acquisition, Inc. will be having their new adventure?

  4. It’s days like this I’m glad I subscribe. I might just run my party through this next, It has arrived at an exceptionally opportune time.

  5. This is awesome news – can’t wait to read it!
    This podcast actually got me back into D&D after I shelved my books almost 10 years ago, so many thanks to you and everyone else for putting on one hell of a show! It was really one of the most entertaining audio shows I’ve listened to in a while, and did a great job of conveying just how fun the game can be.
    Here’s to hoping that Acquisitions, Incorporated can find the time in their busy, acquisition-filled schedule to give us another adventure soon!

  6. Sorek ran off immediately before, or immediately after the first fight with the Yellow Skull guys, if I recall correctly.

  7. Ok, so I have been reading this blog for years and never commented before, but I just loved the podcasts, and I think that you guys should totally hold a contest for a fourth character for the next one (yes, I am assuming that there will be a next one, call it wishful thinking). Have people submit resumes for their characters to Acquisitions, Inc. or something like that and give some lucky winner the opportunity to play with you.

  8. The adventure is pretty awesome, gotta say, though made especially so by the Acquisitions touch. The podcasts were fantastic.
    In all honesty, I’d give a kidney to charity to play with you guys. Way to spread the D&D love!

  9. A little disappointed… they referred to you as “actor” Wil Wheaton with no acknowledgements to your writing career and they call your character and elf… he’s an Eladrin! I’m a dork, I know…

  10. I’m very excited to see this posted. My DM and I both listened to this as it all unfolded, and had a blast discussing it each week. Now, I just have to convinced him to run it. :)

  11. I wish I still had cassette recordings (recorded on condenser mic portable) from sessions played at a local parent-teacher supply store (PTS in the The Commons at Woodlake Square) in Houston back in 1978-79.
    Classic AD&D and grease pencil-filled D12 action!

  12. Hey Wil,
    I know this is a sort of old entry, but I just wanted to send you a quick note to say how much I appreciate your recent talk about D&D. I was a gamer in my Younger Days ™ but stopped 10 years or so ago, mostly because I moved out of the area where my gaming friends lived. Since then, I’ve been too busy going to college, graduate school, medical school, raising a kid, so on.
    Well, my daughter is 12 and recently – because of reading your entries – I started to reengage with the world of D&D in hopes of starting a campaign for her. I don’t have the same prejudices that some of my old friends do about 4e, and reading your reviews I decided to check it out. Let it suffice to say that I’m totally immersed again, at the ripe old age of 32, and that my daughter is excited to start her first RPG campaign ever. If we can find more players, that is. :)
    So, thanks for doing what you do (as usual) and keep writing!
    Eric
    Portland, OR

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