Matrix Awakening – Episode 2 – These Warriors Are Terrible

| August 11, 2014

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Take the Blue pill, the story ends and you believe what you want to believe.  Take the red pill and see just how deep this rabbit hole goes.

It’s time to see the world for what it truly is, an illusion. In the sequel to our first Matrix Campaign “Matrix Deletion” our crew Justin Ecock, Cassie Chui and Erika Szabo are joined with newly awakened redpill Orie Falconer as they jack into the illusion that is The Matrix.

The crew of the Athens are on the run after The Agents and The Merovingian all want what they have.  What happened to Tetra when the Agent attacked her?  What happened to that clock after Skyper erased it with one of his Silver Bullets?  Is Alister going to get stuck with the bill?  All will be cryptically revealed in episode 2.  Here, have a cookie.

Also, are there any settings or RPG systems you’d like the Terrible Warriors to visit? Do you have your own shameful, awesome or just plain silly RPG adventures? Tell us with a comment below or e-mail us at feedback@thesewarriorsareterrible.com. With your permission we’ll share these stories and play your suggested settings for upcoming games for the Terrible Warriors.

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Terrible Warriors:

Steve Saylor
Justin Ecock
Cassie Chui
Erika Szabo
Orie Falconer

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