Adventure a Dungeons and Dragons Podcast

Episode 50: I Want To Talk to Sam Smorkle (S02 E10) | Adventure a Dungeons and Dragons Podcast

Episode Summary

The crew, newly liberated from their purgatory prison, literally stumble upon a dead goblin and all goes according to plan. Just kidding! Things get wildly off the rails as Redfield thinks outside the box and Julian, Thrace and he are thrown into a wacky web of deception as they inch nearer to our finale. Adventure! Dungeons and Dragons actual play podcast hosted by Bobby Shortle, Jacqui Turner, Brian Verderosa and Bob Reyer from Talking Comics. Go on thrilling and ridiculous adventurers with first time D & D players. A big thanks to Justin Reilly for his sound effects work. It’s awesome! If you like his work check out his SoundCloud (https://soundcloud.com/jdereilly) or follow him on Twitter (https://twitter.com/jdereilly). Another big thanks to Battlebards (https://www.battlebards.com) & Tabletop Audio (https://www.tabletopaudio.com) who both have amazing libraries of music and sound fx for your tabletop needs. It’s not just for us podcasting fools you can use them to enhance your offline games as well!

Episode Notes

The crew, newly liberated from their purgatory prison, literally stumble upon a dead goblin and all goes according to plan. Just kidding! Things get wildly off the rails as Redfield thinks outside the box and Julian, Thrace and he are thrown into a wacky web of deception as they inch nearer to our finale.

Adventure! Dungeons and Dragons actual play podcast hosted by Bobby Shortle, Jacqui Turner, Brian Verderosa and Bob Reyer from Talking Comics. Go on thrilling and ridiculous adventurers with first time D & D players.

A big thanks to Justin Reilly for his sound effects work. It’s awesome! If you like his work check out his SoundCloud (https://soundcloud.com/jdereilly) or follow him on Twitter (https://twitter.com/jdereilly).

Another big thanks to Battlebards (https://www.battlebards.com) & Tabletop Audio (https://www.tabletopaudio.com) who both have amazing libraries of music and sound fx for your tabletop needs. It’s not just for us podcasting fools you can use them to enhance your offline games as well!