Dan and Tim dive, once again, head-first into the huge hoard that is the handy list of hocus-pocus items in the DM’s Handbook.
Dan, Mikey, and Tim fall further down the ridiculous, raving rabbit hole that is the Dragon series, and find themselves in good company with the fun-loving, evil-hating, self-appointed-quest-going Gold Dragon!
This dragon’s bizarre abilities send the lads into a confused spiral, and many laughs and good times ensue. Join us as we continue our journey through the world of dragons.
In this week’s thrilling episode in the crushing depths of the Draconic series, Dan, Mikey, and Tim find themselves face to face with the acidic, trickster: the Copper Dragon.
This week, Dan, Mikey, and Tim set sail to face the great behemoth that is the Bronze Dragon! The lads are excited to finally be able to record an entire episode together, and so shenanigans inevitably ensue!
A few unique ideas about how to treat this dragon rear their head in this instalment of the Dragon Omnibus, so this fun, factual, informative episode is not one to miss.
This week, Dan and Mikey take their first tentative steps into the mythical, mysterious, metallic dragons!
This week all three of the lads muster to discuss the arctic predator, the white dragon. Then Dan gets sent to the Shadow Realm for ‘Word Crimes’ and Tim and Mikey have to finish the episode without which they manage with aplomb cos they’re dang professionals. Enjoy and stay safe!
This week, Dan and Mikey look into the arrogant Red Dragon.
This week, Dan and Tim trek their way through the dangerous, thorny forest that is the Green Dragon entry of the Monster Manual. With technical difficulties galore, the lads have a grand old laugh at some of the bizarrely specific details in the entry, and wrestle with potential incongruities.
A grand time was had, and some interesting points were made.
This week Dan and Mikey discuss the second of the chromatic dragons; the blue desert drake.
The boys are back in the studio and are wrestling with Ancient Black dragons, Tim’s insatiable hunger for ridiculous editing idiocy, and ridiculously specific in-game descriptions.
We swear it’s mostly about dragons, but honestly, it’s about 50/50.