Secret of Mana RPGCast – Part 10: Tropical Paradise Vacation

Oh, boy! A free vacation? That's way better than going to some desert...right?

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Leaving Flammie with King Truffle, the crew heads back to the Cannon Travel Center to catch a flight to Kakkara Desert. But instead, they’re gifted with a free vacation in paradise! Though things don’t go quite as planned…

Alex Jedraszczak serves as dungeon master for a tapletop campaign based on the SNES classic Secret of Mana. James “Valor” Pelster, Anna “Harper” Bryniarski, and Joseph “Sprite” Martin venture off on this quest, which in today’s episode includes:

  • Aforementioned free tropical vacation!
  • … The flight doesn’t go quite as anticipated.
  • The party is extremely confused by the item shop
  • Looting and destroying Santa’s house
  • Rudolph needs heeelp!
  • Is this game actually fun?!
  • The party expositions their way through a long and tedious part of the game
  • Jeddy mixes up part of the map and adds a battle meant for next episode
  • Revenge of the Pineapple Face
  • Ah, finally, paradise!

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Since 2007

Alex "Jeddy" Jedraszczak is presiding Editor-in-Chief at GameCola, not only editing content but often writing it as well. On top of all this GameCola work, he also develops indie games.

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