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Role Charisma

By John, Kluge, Patrick and Spencer

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Description

Role Charisma is a strange amalgamation of storytelling and role-playing. Our improvisational style, constrained only by the rules of a system, provides the listener with unique comedies, dramas, and action. The above two sentences may give an air of professionalism but that couldn’t be further from the truth. We are crude, unpredictable, and by all accounts dumb but, above all, we are entertaining.

Customer Reviews

Fun storytelling and witty repartee!

So, I really was not sure what to expect when I started listening, but holy smokes that was fun! I listened to all of them in an afternoon and have even making my way through them again, to pick up the stuff I missed the first time through.

The characters are wildly over the top, in a true buddy-cop, Miami Vice, Lethal Weapon sort of fashion. Featuring all the subtlety of a sledge to the back of some stupid perps head, these guys deliver the wild repartee and high spirited hijinks.

Ah, the good old days.

Makes me want to go and trip some children.

Mild Addiction

I would give my firstborn for more episodes, finished these three in a day.

Totally not Spencer Kuhnsman

I was the man inside the inside man all along!

Role Charisma
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  • Free
  • Category: Other Games
  • Language: English

Customer Ratings