Branson Reese and his jester's retinue, Christopher Hastings, Carly Monardo, Tim Platt, Joe Lepore, and Ali Fisher, buck and bumble through the magical backwater world of Cordelia. One hopes you enjoy both japes AND scrapes, because honestly, it would be impossible to disentangle one from the other, given their profound entwinement in this particular piece of entertainment. Produced by Taylor Moore @ Fortunate Horse.
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Branson was a guest on a show I like (best little horror house) and he was great, so i checked out his pod, and surprise surprise, that's great too. Heck yeah.
I absolutely love everything about Rude Tales of Magic. It is, seriously, the best!
This podcast had been pretty high up in my personal ranking, its fresh in regard to writing and chars, but i had to drop it after the pointless romance plots within the group started. It came totally out of the blue, theres no romantic or sexual connection between those chars and it feels shoehorned in for.. whatever reasons. I just dont care.
Every time I think they’ll zig they zag. Extremely delightful.
I can’t believe how entertaining this cast is. So funny and creative. More than that, their group chemistry just brings it all to life. I find myself wanting to hang out with these friends and not just because Stir Fry is such a KILF.
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Rude Tales of Magic launched 3 years ago and published 76 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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