This week, Mikey and Tim discuss the powerful celestial demigod; the empyrean.
Dan, Mikey, and Tim continue the investigation of the enigmatic Drow.
Another Creature Club episode spearheaded by the brilliant Dan and the blindingly-bright Mikey. This episode is brought to your in stereo surround and involves these travelling troubadours discussing the often misunderstood, but always mightily entertaining Elves of the underdark, the Drow!
This week Dan and Mikey traverse 3 letters of the alphabet in just one episode. If only they could be this expedient with monsters.
Dan and Mikey discuss campaign pitches, primers and adventures they’d like to run.
The lads are back at their old devious games, concocting virtueless villains to halt your party in their tracks. This time, Dan, Mikey, and Tim utilise the table of monster features from the Dungeon Master’s guide to pick to random feats to create 4 distinct monsters/villains and use their collective imaginations to work them into a variety of possible campaign ideas. From simple exploding traps to extraplanar deity-like creatures of eternally burning light, the guys really have fun with this one.
In part 2 of our explorers’ endeavour to examine these creatures of pure elemental energy, Dad, Mikey, and Tim get up close and personal with the water and fire elementals.
Our heroes embark on another extra-planar exploration into the world of the Elemantals! Excellent examples of ephemeral spirit creatures that can be easily summoned for some exciting encounters!
You can find Dan’s supplement here: Hidal’s Tome of the Esoteric
Today, Dan and Mikey hop down into the vault to find some interesting items, instruments, and implements in this incredible episode of Teasure Trove!
The chaotic inaugural episode of a less refined, casual show where Dan, Mikey, and Tim start out with the intention of recording the first 3-person Cunning Action, but the episode blossoms into its own beautiful flower. Tim gets some thoughts off his chest about his own setting, and Mikey and Dan try, desperately, to keep the episode on track before accepting the chaotic, un-harnessable nature of this episode.