Adventure a Dungeons and Dragons Podcast

Episode 52: The Runaways (S02 E12) | Adventure a Dungeons and Dragons Podcast

Episode Summary

In this season finale, our adventurers are faced with their largest foe yet — the mother of the dragon Comphius. Thrace, Julian and Redfield will have to use all their wits and tricks and tools to get out of this mess. Will they all survive? Will familiar voices appear? Will another goblin pub be flattened? The only way to know is to listen! 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

In this season finale, our adventurers are faced with their largest foe yet — the mother of the dragon Comphius. Thrace, Julian and Redfield will have to use all their wits and tricks and tools to get out of this mess. Will they all survive? Will familiar voices appear? Will another goblin pub be flattened? The only way to know is to listen!

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!