The Bard finally does something helpful and heroic…and then promptly blows it. What dungeon crawl is complete without spiders of unusual size? The party explores subterranean fungal gardens, battle through webs and monsters and–gulp–is the end of Season 1 finally in sight? Oh, and if you want to be the first to read some of […]
As the party explores the ancient Dwarven ruins, they discover Golem Construct whose stood guard for centuries. He’s as bored as you can imagine. Voiced by Indie Editor Legend David Gatewood, listen as the party tries to navigate around a dry, deadpan, mountain of a sentry. Listen to high adventure at its most hilarious […]
The first wave of ogres was no sweat. The second wave? Not so much. But hey, a race of Goat People are arrived to save the day… aaaand, we’re captives. Captured by a race of goat-people, Barabosa the Barbarian must defeat the goat-champion in order for the party to continue its quest to die horribly […]
An ancient Lizard Man sent the party on a road trip to find the God Bridge! This adventure features an excruciating climb, epic rope fails, a Bard foaming with early onset lycanthropy, and a chance for our Barbarian to test his muscle against some monsters of unusual size — what could possibly go wrong?
Our adventurers awake from the darkness, bound in captivity before murderous dark elves. Things only get worse from there as a lost race of death worshipers seek to destroy… well, pretty much the world, which is where we keep all our stuff!
We’re back and adventuring in the sandy terrains of the Eastern Wastes!
The party has reached the wandering city! Now, to figure out how to infiltrate the wicked Drow and rescue the captive Fay’zuz.
Welcome to Episode 2 of SciFi Writers Playing Old School D&D. This episode includes a dramatic reading of the characters’ bios, some lovely musical numbers (including a piece by MMO Wildstar composer Jeff Kurtenacker), and an interview with author Forbes West (our annoying yet necessary bard, Farson Windhoek)–first time D&D player–by author Jason Anspach (aka […]
A group of Science Fiction authors build a fantasy world through Dungeons and Dragons.
I’m playing Dungeons and Dragons now. I play it like a champ- with a lot of whining, inability to pay attention to the plot, and constantly asking for assistance. I am that kind of player. You know, the kind of player on Saturday night that spills red wine all over the monopoly money and then […]