DWMD Podcast is a comedic, fun-filled, and sometimes vulgar podcast based on the legendary tabletop RPG Dungeons and Dragons. Join Clarke, Mitch, Gus, Thomas, and Sean on various adventures throughout many realms and laugh along the way as we try to overcome the many conflicts and obstacles ahead.
Episode 10: The Tour Aquatica
The Gang finally arrives at the mysterious Island that was said to appear from out of thin air, but they first have to navigate their way past the unforseen barrier that is keeping them from getting in... or possibly keeping something else from getting out.
Music by: Wilddog productions, Plate Mail Games, and Mitch Byrd.
Episode 9: Fish Sticks
A seemingly abandoned ship may hold more dangers for our heroes than initialy percieved. Hang out with our *#$&#! up imaginations as we play another session of Dungeons and Dragons.
Music credits to Mike Bridge, Wilddog Productions, Battlebards.com, and our very own Mitch Byrd
Episode 8: Whispers of Fate
The Story Continues, secrets are revealed, and our fierce little gang of heroes doesn't do too well on the open sea. Check out this episode and join four best friends in a twisted imaginary world.
Music contributed by: Alexander Nakarada, Wilddog Productions, Stuart Duffield, Robinton Hobbs and Jean-Baptiste.
Episode 7: Griggles is Dead
With the death of a comrade the gang tries to hunt down the killer, only to be setback by a series of unexpected moves. who will win this chessmatch?
BattleBards credits: Alexander Nakarada, Jean-Baptiste, Eduardo Lopez, Mike Bridge
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Episode 6 - An Enchantress, a Gnome, and a Pig Walk Into A Bar...
Now that our party has successfully survived their first adventure together, The pressure of priest Balfor's prophecy and the looming challenge ahead affects our heroes in different and unusual ways... will the responsibility be too great?
Episode 5 - The Prophecy
In this episode, the adventurers discover that, what they thought was a simple quest to retrieve an amulet, has much larger implications. They manage to find the High Priest, Balfor under the main altar and learn of an elaborate prophecy that has apocalyptic consequences.