Justin, Travis and Griffin McElroy from My Brother, My Brother and Me have recruited their dad Clint for a campaign of high adventure. Join the McElroys as they find their fortune and slay an unconscionable number of ... you know, kobolds or whatever in ... The Adventure Zone.
The Adventure Zone is broken up into a series of Arcs, some of which are longer, and some of which are shorter and experimental. We also sometimes play one-shot games at our live shows. The first season of The Adventure Zone was the Balance Arc, which was followed by the experimental Arcs. Our second season featured the Amnesty Arc. Our third season featured the Graduation Arc, our fourth season featured the Ethersea Arc, and we are currently in the middle of season 5, which features the Steeplechase Arc.
Links & Such:
The Adventure Zone on Facebook
TAZ: Where to Start (A mini podcast episode where we give the 101 on the TAZ story arcs and recommendations on which to listen to first!)
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Adventure Zone Game:
The Adventure Zone Bureau of Balance Game is available commercially from Twogether Studios.
The Adventure Zone Graphic Novels:
Here There Be Gerblins: Available now!
Adventure On The Rockport Limited: Available now!
Petals to the Metal: Available now!
The Crystal Kingdom: Available Now!
- Amnesty (Season 2)
- Balance (Season 1)
- Commitment (Experimental)
- Dust Season 1 (Experimental)
- Dust Season 2 (Mini-arc)
- Ethersea (Season 4)
- Graduation (Season 3)
- Steeplechase (Season 5)
- Elementary (MaxFun Donor Bonus Content)
- Fur (MaxFun Donor Bonus Content)
- Hootenanny (Live one-shot)
- Inheritance (Live one-shot) (Dadlands game)
- Just-us (Live one-shot)
- Knights (MaxFun Donor Bonus Content)
Map of Refuge (Balance, Eleventh Hour)
The Bacon Map (Amnesty, Episode 30)
Imp Hospital Map (Graduation, Episode 8)
HOG Maps (Graduation, Episode 31)
Ethersea Prologue Maps (Ethersea)
Ustaben Map (Steeplechase)