Qwerpline Ep24 - Poet Laureate

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Derek interviews tabletop game creator Klaus D'Abrucio, Richter has strong opinions, and Edith interviews Nsburg's Poet Laureate.

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Ep. 24 Titlecard

Date: April 25, 2017

Category: Qwerpline

Appearing: Graham Stark, Alex Steacy, Kathleen De Vere, Brendan "Beej" Dery, Ian Horner

Edited by: Kathleen De Vere

Graphics: Graham Stark

Illustrations: Featherweight

Runtime: 15:59

Slogan: "Half a dozen of another"

  • Another example of fine Nsburg tourism clerical errors, where someone put a return on the spreadsheet rather than a comma.

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The Nsburg Society for Creative Anachronism has moved on to the 1950s and is holding a bottle fight. The Therpston County geyser has finally released its pressure.

Live on Location

Derek is at The Dragon's Landing Gaming and Comic store to interview with Klaus D'Abrucio. He has been working on a new game called "Friendship Island". It requires a secondary table to hold components while you play on the primary table. The rules are so extensive that they give Alex a headache.


Richter is still in Dubai. He stole a helicopter from the Burj Khalifa.


Edith is in studio B to interview Nsburg's new Poet Laureate, Torren Smithe Wimple-Smithe. He speciality is highlighting the inanimacy of object in Nsburg. Various poems are read, including one about the incomplete statue to Richard Therpston, another on raccoons, and a final piece on a truck crashing through the spite house.

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