Would you look at this beautiful thing? Force Majeure Pod and Coruscant Nights came to together to put together the Star Wars Actual Play Podcast timeline. It would be lovely to think that PCs from one podcast could be working in the same area around the same time as another.

And yes, we know we are missing a few podcasts – but it’s important that we don’t include them without their permission;  so if you’re on a podcast we’re missing – get in touch as we’ll add you to the page!

Podcasts Timeline

Handy Dandy Links

Flash Fantasy: Skeleton Crew

Flight Risk Podcast

8bit Saga: Shadow of the Old Republic

Redemption Podcast

Coruscant Nights

Force Majeure: Shadows of the Jedi

Fandible Soloshot

Tabletop Squadron

Dicey Cantina

Tabletop Galaxy: Broken Space Arc

Heroes of the Hydian Way

Force Majeure: The Coldfire Chronicles

Misfits of Space

As well as being full of hillarious outtakes from the show, the Patreon also includes fantastic special features.

We don’t have a rewards system for tiers – so for as little as $1 you can listen to these all of these goodies.

For example – in response to Fraawl’s Monograph – “Captain Jason” has recorded his an advert for his own scholastic works.

And because I’m feeling saucy – I thought I’d share it with you today.

Come and join us on the Patreon. I heartily recommend that you join us and listen to “The Highs and Lows of Heights and Depths” – it was originally supposed to be an advert for early Season 3 – but turned into a 13 minute documentary for the popular day-time holonet show.

The moon of Daxos orbits the Mid Rim planet of Ankus. An inhospitable and frozen wasteland, Daxos has recently been taken over by the Empire and mined for ice needed to keep the Imperial machine turning. As well as a prison encampment being set up on Daxos, there are a few hardy individuals who choose to work alongside the prisoners or otherwise settle in the few regions which can support life.

So this weekend we recorded the table chat for the end of Chapter 2 of the Coldfire Chronicles.We had loads of brilliant questions,  so much so that we could probably make the table chat run for several episodes.

And because we don’t necessarily want do that; here’s my answer to the question from PlotOtter.

Which advert is your favourite?

It still makes me sad, even now.