The goblins are super happy to pay for the Grell beaks harvested by the party. It’s quite the surprise when they inform our heroes the two-headed king looks like Duri. And what are these interesting stones?
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Still favoring is recently singed bits, Durvar resists the urge to fight and instead strikes up a deal with some goblins. Confused, Duri isn’t sure what to think about this and hesitates during a fight with a legendary creature.
In this episode, the guys are joined by special guest, Jon, who plays the Warlock, Morlock in our actual play podcast. They also discuss the demi-plane of Ravenloft and some of the denizens that dwell there.
In this episode we welcome Cody back! We also talk a little bit about the game and how things went. We do not cover a plane or city, instead Cody takes the time to tell us about his experience at PAX Unplugged where he worked as part of the Enforcer team.
The team continues to move through Undermountain fighting goblins and bugbears all along the way. Things are going great until someone fires a gun a little too close to someone’s tender bits! Join us for episode 7 of Dungeon of the Mad Mage.
Show notes Introduction – No Cody again, explain why we are recording twice without Cody. Introduce special guest, Zac. Topics of discussion – Zac’s interest in RPGs. What games, favorite characters, etc. Why he got into RPGs. Talk about Belryr, Zac’s character in our current campaign. Belryr is a female Kobold bard.
The sounds of Goblins running away draw our heroes further into Undermountain. Along the way, Duri makes a discovery that brings a flood of memories roaring into his mind. Plus, a strange statue sends two of our friends through a portal where the come face-to-face with a very powerful person.
Show Notes: 12/1/18 Hosts – Patrick, Nolan, and Cody (absent) Guests – Sheree Topics of discussion – Adobe is teaming up with Wizards of the Coast to challenge fans to create the next official D&D monster, “The Terror of Undermountain”. Over the years, Dungeons & Dragons artists have used Adobe tools to help create monstrous