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Jul, 2018
Talking Crit

The Mighty Nein have arrived, survived, and thrived in Hupperdook.    What is it about gnomes that makes them hardcore partiers.  They learned some hard truths about drinking in a party town; number one being: Don't drink around pick pockets.  Also, try and avoid fighting

THe Nerds

As the new year rolls around, we get the second half of Star Trek Discovery.  Jon, Lindsay, and Miles talk about what they taught about the first half.  It's not your normal Star Trek, and that's probably a good thing.  It's time to change how

The D&D Podcast

"Welcome to Omu" When you arrive in a new city, you have to make a scene.  Group A excels at making the best scenes upon entering a new city.  Omu lies in waiting as the the adventuring group comes crashing in to find a cure to

Season 3, Episode 2 – The Vault of Wonders

Border Crossing

Tarek & The Head Smashers are on the road once more.  They’ve been recruited by Mackenzie Mormont to recover the soul stones of a lich.  As a test of their abilities, The Head Smashers are sent to the dwarves town of Granite Bend and investigate an ancient red dragon named Lord Fangorn.

After a luke warm reception at Waterdeep, and mediocre reviews, at best, of Tarek’s show, they met with the magic goods dealer and learned of these potent soul stones.  They are an unparalleled power that could threaten the Sword Coast, and it falls into the ball park of the Head Smashers.  Saving the Sword Coast is reference many times on their resumes.

What is going to wait for them in Granite Bend?  Is Dolus a trifling to be trusted?  Will Hakh ever find a new talking sword?

Let us know what you think of the adventure, leave a rating and review, or leave a comment in the section below.

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Thank you to everyone who has listened.  We were blown away by the response from the first episode.  From all of us on the cast and crew, thank you for your support.  We are dumbfounded by everyone who has tuned in to listen; thank you, a million times over, thank you.

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My name is Jonny, I’m a writer, photographer, podcaster, all around general nerd. If you love comics, video games, or anything else in the geek-o-sphere. Let's have some fun.

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