Ab3 Rant #17: The Bad Rifts Project

My pallet desires pie but what kind of pie? The patriotic fervor of apple? The esoteric revelations of blueberry? Perhaps the October dream that is pumpkin? Or perhaps the culinary dichotomy known as rhubarb?

Ab3 tries playing Palladium’s darling rpg, Rifts, at a local Denny’s. Of course, between El Disgusto’s obsession with ninjas and Blobert’s Smith’s lurid descriptions of transexual singing post apocalyptic nurses, Ab3 is in more than he bargained for. Take a seat at the table for The Bad Rifts Project.The Bad Rifts Project was originally posted on RPG.net and used with permission of the author.

Written by AlBruno the 3rd

Performed by RPPR
Edited by Chris Farmer

Ab3 – Chris Farmer
Weasly Crusher – Aaron Carstein
Blobert Smith – Ross Payton
El Disgusto – Tom Church
Deviant Boy – Patrick Seth Williams
Police Officer – David Norman
Collateral Darren – Jason Ariciu
Sam the Waitress – Karee Kimple
Police Officer – David Norman

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  1. Author

    The song the centipedes sing at the end is done by Dr. Phlogiston, a talented individual whose myriad of talents can be observed at http://docphlogiston.tripod.com/

    We certainly did not sing or perform it ourselves, let alone ask for permission to use the song, but then again, we’re not worth the effort to sue.

  2. That was awesome…..I want to see the wrong room in Rylyeh next 🙂

  3. Utterly hilarious!

    It was a simple internet search for Cthulhu that first introduced me to RPPR. Now, after reading & listening to countless MP3 files I am completely hooked.
    I can’t imagine my life without your wonderful rpg-based comedy.

    Keep doin’ that voodoo that you do so well.

    Take care,


  4. That was pretty well done. The occasional random sound effect made me a laugh a bit. Ross, you need to find more times to use that voice.

  5. awesome radio play, i enjoyed every bit of it

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