Sidequesting is a fantasy podcast about avoiding the main plot! It follows Rion, an adventurer who's willing to help just about anyone out - as long as they don't have to deal with the scary wizard everyone's talking about.
TRANSCRIPT: Miller: Aren’t adventurers supposed to have a specific purpose? What are you doing on this quest, just meeting strangers? Rion: Yep! My purpose is to have no purpose. Though… I sort of find purpose as I go. Oliver: My basket! It’s missing! I’ve spent all morning gathering them and now they’re gone and I think someone took them! Jefferson: I have tried many means of defense but none have yet proven successful. A single man cannot defeat him! Willow: I just wish someone would succeed in getting that darn sword. Or that they would all decide it was impossible and give up and go home. Lord: I am under attack by this ruffian! Rowan: I want to be big and strong and fight evil! Iris: I fear I’ve ruined any chances of civil conversation. I have hope that if you show up at her door, she might listen. Clara: My dad wants to marry me off to another princess to join our kingdoms or some nonsense like that. Sam: Wanna help me yell at them? With your sword? In a… threatening manner? Tal: Sidequesting is a fantasy podcast about avoiding the main plot. It follows Rion, an adventurer who’s willing to help just about anyone out, as long as they’re not being asked to deal with that scary wizard everyone keeps talking about. Subscribe today on your favorite podcast app.
This bonus episode is the full version of the song I've picked as the Sidequesting theme music! You hear it at the beginning and end of each episode. It's by Monplasir who makes an incredible amount of public domain music. Check them out at Bandcamp, Twitter, and Free Music Archive!
Episode 9 will be here in two weeks! Thanks for listening! You can visit our website at sidequestingpod.com, and follow us on Twitter @sidquestingpod, Instagram @sidequesting, and Tumblr at sidquestingpod. Join the Patreon at patreon.com/sidequsting.
Transcript: It’ll be another two weeks before episode 9 is here, but in the meantime, I wanted to share the full theme music with you all. I love this song so much, and I get a little sad every time I have to cut it off at the end of the credits. It’s called Everyone is so alive, by Monplasir, who incidentally has created over 1000 public domain songs, which I’ve been steadily using for the other music in Sidequesting. This show wouldn’t be the same without them, and I highly recommend checking out the links to their music in the description. These next four minutes will just be the aforementioned song, and I’ll see you in two weeks for the penultimate episode of season 1.
I want to share an episode of a show I think you might like - Forgive Me! This episode is titled The Simple Joy Of It. The transcript can be found here.
Here's a little bit about the show: Father Ben left his congregation in Binghamton, New York, in the cover of night for the smaller, quieter pastures of St. Patrick’s. As our new, young, and at times progressive priest begins to acquiesce to his new surroundings, he finds himself butting heads with the eccentric parishioners who come to him seeking solace and advice. Whether he’s trying to understand Old Margaret’s “usual” confession; parsing out how Tom can better help care for his wife’s pet pig, David; or getting to the bottom of the Christmas Eve Mass Incident, Forgive Me! explores the intertwined lives in Ben’s new community and the funny, sad, and sometimes painful experiences that come out of confession and the Catholic experience.
And here's the credits:
Produced by Rogue Dialogue Productions https://roguedialogue.com/
Written and directed by Jack Marone and Bob Raymonda
Cast: Casey Callaghan as Father Ben Ann Sweet as Margaret
Sound design and score by Adam Raymonda Logo by Sam Twardy (www.samtwardy.com) Follow @ForgiveMeShow on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram
Transcript of Introductory Bit By Tal: Hi everyone! I’d like to introduce you to a show I think fans of Sidequesting will really like - Forgive Me! That’s the name of the show, Forgive Me, you don’t need to forgive me for recommending you a show… yeah you get it. Forgive Me! is a scripted audio sitcom following the lives of a Catholic priest and his parishioners in a small Upstate New York town. Each episode follows Ben into the confessional with another eccentric parishioner, exploring the intertwined lives of this new community. This show portrays a heartfelt and human story about modern faith that is at times funny, frank, engaging, sad, respectful, and critical of the community it takes place in. You can find Forgive Me anywhere you listen to podcasts! And now, I invite you to join me in listening to the first episode.
CONTENT WARNING: This episode includes adult language and depictions of physical violence.
I want to share an episode of a show I think you might like - Windfall! This episode is titled Bottom Feeder. The transcript can be found here.
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Brothers Cas, Argus, and Shaima hunt for dinner in the sewers. Helina pays a visit to her favorite bartender, Gert. Queen Wanda meets with Captain Root to discuss the upcoming Contact Day Festival. Meanwhile, Kendall runs into trouble with the Wolfpac.
Cast in order of appearance: Marcus Stewart…ARGUS Cornelius Mohr…CAS Mu-Shaka Benson…SHAIMA Bob Frame…VERNON Michael Larkin…TIN MAN Josh Rubino…ROOT Jess Clark…WANDA JUNE Katy Vaughn…NEWSCASTER Emily Battle…HELINA JP Miller…BENNY Mallory Roach…KENDALL Sheirel Mordaunt…GERT Casey Callaghan…GUARD #1
Produced by Rogue Dialogue Productions (https://roguedialogue.com) Written and directed by Bob Raymonda and Christie Donato Sound design and score by Adam Raymonda Additional instrumentation and vocals on “Windfall Theme” by Gabriela Evergreen and Pavlina Horakova Additional instrumentation on “Wolfpac Theme” by Jared Treanor. Logo by Sam Twardy (www.samtwardy.com)
Transcript of Introductory Bit By Tal: Hi everyone! I’d like to introduce you to a show I think fans of Sidequesting will really like - Windfall. In this sci-fi show, two low-level criminals have a choice: take down their dangerous employer and protect their family, or maintain the status quo. Windfalls tells an epic story on a small scale, focusing on the everyday lives of regular people in a fantastic world. You can find Windfall anywhere you listen to podcasts! While Sidequesting is made for all ages, Windfall is intended for a mature audience. I invite you to join me in listening to the first episode, but do check the show notes for the content warnings first!
I want to share an episode of a show I think you might like - The Ordinary Epic! This episode is titled The Group. Transcript: https://www.theordinaryepic.com/transcript-for-the…
The Ordinary Epic contains depictions of fantasy violence, including combat, mortal harm, and bodily injury as well as some cursing and adult themes. Listener and reader discretion is advised.
Our heroes welcome a new member… and chaos ensues.
The Ordinary Epic is created and written by Brandon M. Crose and executive produced by Jordan Stillman. Our crew includes Technical Producer Brad Smith, Composer Tiven Weinstock, Graphic Designer Hailey Thurrott, and Visual Designer Sangjun Lee, with additional music and music editing by Bradley Jordan, and audio by Matthew Lightbound. Each episode of season one was directed by Stephanie LeBolt and features the voice talents of Rachel Belleman, Caitlin Gjerdrum, Brandon Green, Michael Hisamoto, and Eliott Purcell. Extra special thanks to Tom Janes and Lois Paton for the live musical performances heard in this episode!
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Transcript of Introductory Bit By Tal: Hi everyone! I’d like to introduce you to a show I think fans of Sidequesting will really like - The Ordinary Epic. This show is a comedic audio drama about found families, role-playing games, dungeons, and (occasionally) dragons. Taking place both in the real world and the shared fantasy realm of the tabletop role-playing game they enjoy, The Ordinary Epic tells the story of a group of friends and their fictional counterparts. I listened to the first season in the span of a few days, and I adored it! It’s cute, funny, and really heartfelt. I loved seeing the characters bond and grow together - there are some really sweet moments, both between the players at the table and the characters they play. You can find and listen to The Ordinary Epic anywhere you listen to podcasts. And now, I invite you to join me in listening to the first episode.