This week, Dan & Mikey discuss the hot-headed Flameskull. Do you remember in the Ghost Rider movie when the other Ghost Rider has a horse instead of car? Does that mean he also sold his horse’s soul to the devil? Answers below please.
A glass crashes to the floor behind you as you admire your fresh baked apple pie, you turn to see it in smithereens. “Well, that’s a shame. At least I have my pie” you think as you turn in horror to see your pie missing! Our hosts, Dan, Mikey, and Tim, trepidatiously trek into the territory of the trickster dragon, the tiny Faerie Dragon!
This week, Dan & Mikey return to the Dungeon Master’s Guide to discuss a number of magic items and end up side-tracked discussing the nature of D&D as well as a way cooler mundane interpretation of a magic mirror.
Oh my god it’s episode 80, look at that nice round figure. In this episode Dan and Mikey discuss the big two-headed ettin.
Another exciting episode including all three of our delightful hosts! Dan, Mikey, and Tim examine the arachnid-shepherding humanoid creature, the Ettercap. The lads discuss traps, garrotes, and lariats and consider some exciting expansions to the meagre pickings presented before us. In other words, this is another collaborative effort to make stuff more interesting with the magic of collaboration! Also, if anyone has any good suggestions on where to get a good sorbet, we’d appreciate it. Cheers!
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.